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Breakfast briefings

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Intimate meetings that allow open discussion on a focused subject area, with an emphasis on shared experiences and practical takeaways.

Focus areas to be discussed at these breakfasts vary, but topics include the cloud, customer experience, fraud, information security, outsourcing, the public sector and retail among others.


How to prevent data breaches and safeguard vital data – fully booked
Thursday 26th January

Understanding how to drive retail customer loyalty in the digital age – fully booked
Tuesday 31st January

GDPR – meeting the insider threat – 3 places remaining
Tuesday 7th February

Maximising the sale price of your business – 6 places remaining
Wednesday 1st March

Rethinking the product lifecycle for the digital age – 5 places remaining
Tuesday 7th March

How to bring IT and business operations closer together – 7 places remaining
Wednesday 8th March

Security strategies for transforming into a cloud-first enterprise – 4 places remaining
Wednesday 22nd March

Why marketers are the business leaders of tomorrow – just launched
Tuesday 28th March

How the cloud accelerates digital transformation – 5 places remaining
Thursday 30th March

Protecting the connected enterprise
Tuesday 18th April


Pencil in our upcoming breakfasts

Oil and gas
May 2017

IT Procurement
May 2017

Cyber Security
June 2017

More information to come, but you can already register your interest below.

For more information or to register, contact Lace on 020 8349 6458 or email lace.b@business-reporter.co.uk.


Testimonials

“Very good, honest discussion and points discussed and raised on different sectors, challenges and processes.”
IDREES RASOULI – RAVENSBOURNE, head of programme, IDEA/Dep of Architecture

“It was very interesting. I gained a very good understanding of the issues that affect similar organisations. I will definitely recommend it.”
MARIA FIGUEIRA – ISLINGTON COUNCIL, project manager

“Interesting overview and comparison of experiences and practical solutions.”
STEVE CLARK – THE OPEN UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL, director, business improvement

“Very useful discussion and key learnings of what others are doing, what works and doesn’t and where best practice is at.”
KEITH GAIT – CONDOR FERRIES, executive director of customer experience

“Beneficial. I have taken away four or five ideas to apply to my businesses.”
GEORGE WARREN – JACADA TRAVEL, sales director