The challenges of digital transformation (small and large) can be paralyzing.
We’ve worked with businesses across all sectors and sizes and we can quickly assess how digital they need to be to keep up with change and stay fit for the future.
Most look at digital in the context of communications and marketing. The problems and potential that impact business growth are much broader.
We are different. We assist businesses in understanding what digital means for them. We focus on your business and audiences not campaigns.
Come and join us to discuss, debate or even solve how digital can enhance your business. Or how to help your clients make sense of digital.
Digitisation? Digital transformation? What can it do for my business? Where do I start?
How do I meet short term goals whilst developing a longer term vision?
How do you find the specialist skills you need?
How is digital impacting the way we work (beyond marketing and social media)?
How do you join up digital and the real worlds?
by Blick Rothenberg, Melissa Thomas and Nilesh Shah
How the UK structure fits in with the structure of the parent and the UK commercial activities. Plus, learn how other overseas companies manage their UK business on a day to day basis.
by Julie Simpkin and Jeremy Hare
Join Jeremy O’Hare and Julie Simpkin, Information Specialists from the British Library Business & IP Centre, to find out what about what free information is out there to help you make the right business decisions. From consumer trends to e-commerce statistics and competitor analysis, there’s a wealth of research you can tap into to add weight to your business plan. You can also find out about the Library’s new Innovating for Growth programme.
Discussing how to structure your business from a legal perspective and focussing on key legal issues that all emerging growth companies need to consider and looking at how overseas businesses have managed their UK businesses and risk. We will also discuss how this impacts on investment opportunities.
21st May to 1st June 2012