BIMA Dinner with Sandro Petterle, Technology Director, Rufus Leonard | Liverpool

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Join us on 10th March for an evening of fine dining and animated debate at Hope Street Hotel.  We are delighted to welcome Sandro Petterle, Technology Director, Rufus Leonard and the BIMA Ai Council’s new co-Chair.


Sandro will share his story, from making partner at 21 in Portugal’s largest digital agency, running his own .com business through to moving to the UK and landing at Rufus Leonard where he is now.

He will also spend some time unpacking Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.  This will be a particularly thought provoking dinner for anyone that’s interested to know more about how it’s going to impact the digital world, our lives, and most importantly, our businesses.

Who is this for?

BIMA members in senior roles within their organisations and any non-members who have not been to a BIMA dinner before but are interested to know more about the community.  If you are at all interested or curious about Ai and it’s impact on digital and tech, or if you are working in the Ai space currently, then this dinner if for you.

Dinner includes: welcome drink; three course dinner; wine and soft drinks.


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Tue, 10 Mar 2020
19:00 - 22:30


Hope Street Hotel,

40 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9DA




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