Wednesday 15th May
Thursday 16th May
11.00 - 11.30
Recurring revenue is the holy grail of business. Software businesses that demonstrate recurring revenue have on average double the valuation of those that sell perpetual licenses. But recurring revenue can be created in any industry if you know where to look. In this session, Rachel, head of Partnerships at recurring payments specialists GoCardless, reveals how to spot recurring revenue opportunities in your business – and how to implement them in practice.
11.45 - 12.15
Using artificial intelligence and technology to help optimise marketing campaigns. Also using technology to track attribution of leads across your online marketing sources. What’s the customer journey?
13.15 - 13.45
This seminar will look at the importance of creating a VISION for Growth. Through utilising the Growth Scale from D52 - Business Toolkit ™ you will start to identify business objectives and develop a strategy based on a viable long term plan. This seminar will challenge your vision for success, plus provide tools focused on realistic, measurable and ambitious goals that your business can achieve on a sustainable basis.
14.45 - 15.15
The business leaders’ guide to less stress and more fun and done at work! Do you feel stress in your everyday work as a business leader? Then this is for you! Stress is today the most common cause for sick leave. Nobody does anything when it comes to action, the problem is seemingly so large. Until you know how! And that is what Dr Annika will show you today.
15.30 - 16.00
Digital transformation is one of the industry’s biggest buzzwords at the moment. In the digital economy People, Business, and “Things” are becoming more and more connected in worldwide operating companies as well as in small, regional companies and in all our daily lives. Your existing business models are changing and you need to become an intelligent, digital business. Digital business is built on new computing infrastructure – the enablers are Analytics, Big Data, Cloud & Mobile Technologies accelerated by Internet of Things (IoT), advances in Machine Learning and Innovations like Blockchain. These technologies give your company the ability to change your business models, and create new products and services in the digital economy. ERP implementation, on the other hand, is a term that is becoming a bit dated and has lost a bit of its luster. Digital transformations are more focused on delivering breakthrough business value via innovative new technologies. In reality, core ERP systems simply replace traditional back-office functions, while true digital transformations leverage a variety of technologies – including ERP. Transforming the way employees work and adding value to the organisation working towards evolving organisational culture.
16.15 - 16.45
This session will address why it is imperative for corporate companies to act and not just talk about diversity and inclusion. Raphael will discuss practical ways in which companies can implement strategies for D&I and will discuss how we can tackle discrimination from recruitment to board level.