Are Companies Truly Ready to Grasp Digital?

Chris Averill, CEO, wae

Come and join us on the 17th September in London for our seminar, ‘Digital Transformation — Is your Company Ready?’ and learn from some of the most innovative, high profile digital projects that public sector organisations have implemented.

On the day we will put the spotlight on organisations and independent strategic consultant Tracey Barr, to showcase how they have implemented ‘real world’ digital projects that have not only moved their organisation forward, but advanced the industry as a whole.

Tracey Barr, Programme Lead, Better Health for All will be talking about the work the Mayor’s London Health Commission is undertaking to gain a better understanding of the attitudes of Londoners towards their health and the health service. Tracey will also talk about the use of digital technology to enable real time sharing of personalised information about their health and wellbeing to encourage healthier choices and enable the delivery of better health care.

Adrian Hutchinson, Police Lead for Mobile Technology from Metropolitan Police will be talking about how the Met Police has implemented a digital strategy, piloted with the Hammersmith and Fulham force, resulting in 87% of crimes now being reported electronically. Hear about the challenges that Adrian and his team overcame and how this is expected to advance the Met Police Service going forward.

London Legacy Development Corporation will talk about how it has developed an interactive app to help visitors to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park better navigate around. LLDC will talk about how this is expected to increase visitors to the Park and why this is the first of a number of digital innovations LLDC has planned.

Interactive panel session led by industry thought leader, Mark Bainbridge, CEO and Founder, BCA Associates. Participants include, Chris Averill, CEO, wae, Paul Swaddle, CEO, Pocket App, Tracey Barr, Programme Lead, Better Health for All, Adrian Hutchinson, Police Lead for Mobile Technology for the Metropolitan Police. This session provides a forum to direct questions, to dig further into digital transformation and leave with a clear view on the ten best practice principles when approaching your digital project.

And finally the unique opportunity to network with other digital marketers, innovation directors and c-suite professionals. Places are on a first come, first serve basis, so register your interest now and avoid disappointment.

When: 17th September 2015

Time: 14.00 to 16:00pm (with coffee and registration from 1.30 onwards).

Where: London Transport Museum

RSVP: Sonia Navarrete, C8 Consulting, or telephone 0118 949 7737

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