BIMA Manchester Breakfast Briefing | Partnerships

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BIMA Breakfast Briefing | Strategic Partnerships Within the Digital and Technology Sector

Back by popular demand, our latest BIMA breakfast briefing will focus on the importance of strategic partnerships within the digital and technology sector and why more businesses should embrace these opportunties to stay competitive and agile in their approach to winning new opportunities. We will explore both the pros and cons of supplier partnerships as well as how to utilise them effectively.

Hosted by Josh Bolland of J B Cole who has extensive first-hand experience in working with great – and not so great – partnerships, he will be joined by a panel of industry experts who will share war-stories and answer your questions about what makes a good partnership and why they are important.

Speakers

The Panel

Sandy Lindsay MBE, Tangerine

Sandy Lindsay MBE is the founder and chair of Tangerine, one of the UK’s leading communications consultancies that employs over sixty people, working with some of the world’s leading brands. In 2015, Sandy was given an MBE for services to business and young people and in the same year was named North West Director of the Year (SME) and was Highly Commended in the same category, nationally, by the IoD. Sandy also chairs The Juice Academy – a social media apprenticeship and is Non-exec Director of Northcoders.

Karl Barker, Cube3

Karl Barker is the founder and CEO of Cube3, a Manchester-based agency that helps clients to ignite growth through transformational marketing and technology services. Karl has been in the digital and marketing space for nearly two decades and has a deep passion for driving innovation through creativity and technology.

Rosie Moth, The Red Seven Group

Rosie is CMO of The Red Seven Group, a group of British telecomms and cloud software companies serving wholesale, direct and distribution sales channels. Raised by serial entrepreneurs in the town that Disney built, Rosie has worked with the likes of Disney, London 2012 and Coca Cola. Her super power is discovering what people want and finding the most profitable way to give it to them. Rosie is an investor in and advisor to Manchester based Shout App and US based Red Meters, a non-nuclear density meter system.

Louis Georgiou, Code Computerlove

Louis is Managing Director of Code Computerlove, a digital agency with a product mindset. Louis has worked in the digital industry for 20 years and co-founded Code Computerlove in 1999. His background in creative technology immediately positioned the agency as a digital leader in the North. Now nearly 100-strong, Code develops award-winning digital products for major brands and is nationally recognised for its digital excellence.

Date

Tue, 06 Mar 2018
08:30 - 10:00

Location

WeWork, No. 1 Spinningfields,
North West

WeWork No.1 Spinningfields Quay Street Manchester M3 3JE

Price

Free

Louise Finch

Community Lead - North West, BIMA

Lou started her career in event management 20 years ago and went on to set up her own business running exhibitions, fashion shows and conferences across the UK.  After this she went on to be Ops Director for an international Charity before running marketing and sales for an outdoor pursuits firm and finally marketing and development projects for an ecommerce company.  Highly organised and passionate about digital, Lou joined BIMA in 2016 to support and grow the Liverpool BIMA community, co-ordinating the yearly events calendar and grass-roots initiatives.

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