Theatre 10 - Tech Hub
Wednesday 15th May
Thursday 16th May
11.45 - 12.15
When you start your business you are going to be good at what you do. However, there are so many things that you need to know and understand and it can be overwhelming. In this seminar, Ted & Mia will discuss the key areas where businesses have problems and suggest ways to plan for them and prepare for unexpected events.
12.30 - 13.00
A window display is a great canvas for Digital Signage. With a big window looking out to those passing by your shop or restaurant you have a direct line to potential customers. However, until relatively recently the Digital Signage industry was not taking full advantage of this space. Viewers are becoming more and more comfortable with modern technology devices. Smartphones and tablets have got whole generations of users accustomed to Touch Screens. Digital signage is the future
13.15 - 13.45
A Finance Director, who we call Bob, was at a leading commercial consumables company. The Finance Team struggled to sustain the trust of their peers when reporting due to consistent inaccuracies. This was due to multiple manual factors, leading to severe bottlenecks in the business. So, come and find out what might be holding your finance team back…
14.00 - 14.30
Halkin will explore the life-span of new businesses, from Start Up to SME and beyond. We will reveal how the right space for your company can be one of it’s greatest assets for success. An insider’s look into the Flex-Space World, we will cover a range of topics to help set up any young business with a brighter future.
14.45 - 15.15
Change is one of the hardest things we face – in fact, we are hard-wired to avoid change in case it impacts on our very survival. And building your business, growing it from start-up to employing others, certainly involves change. But change is also a time of great opportunity, if we can learn to embrace it, to seize opportunities when they come our way, we can move beyond coping into thriving.
15.30 - 16.00
Whilst innovation is a positive aspect in any business, the expectations for new and improved ways to manage your teams seems never ending and often overwhelming. Are you expected to keep up with what is ‘on-trend’ and how do you know if it’s even right for your business?