Events: Innovation Dinners

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challenger brands

Wednesday 10th July in Central London.

Meet with senior figures from both early stage and more established challenger brands to discuss the role of the challenger brand. It’s become a popular term in recent years, but we’ll question why they actually matter and determine the role of the CMO in creating one.

What's Your Purpose

Wednesday 22nd May in Central London.

How do you navigate business values in an era of disruption? It’s vital that companies build clear standards for their business that staff, consumers and business decision makers can align themselves with. We’ll be hosting a discussion on the approaches to building and maintaining these values.

strategic automation

17th June 2019 in Central London.

Not all automation is created equal. Strategic automation represents a holistic approach, using AI to automate processes across operations. This allows organisations to unify individual technologies in different parts of the business, looking beyond quick wins to long term advantages. Considering automation in this way will be integral for all businesses, regardless of sector.

data driven business

DINNER: Data Driven Business

Being data-driven is about giving the business decision makers the power to explore data and make predictions. As a concept, this sounds simple; collect data related to your challenges, analyse it in ways that answer your questions and then take action based on insights made available through the analysis.

So, if data-driven decision making has so much to offer then why aren’t we using it more?

The future of work & the workplace

The nature of work is changing radically driven by emerging technologies including AI, IoT and Big Data. This brave new world is full of promise, but in order to realise the full potential of the digital revolution organisations face significant challenges. 


Corporate Innovation Dinner

In a world characterised by rapid change and an unrelenting demand for faster, better ways to operate, innovation is widely regarded as vital to corporate success. But why does innovation matter? Do we all need to be innovators? and can corporates ever innovate like a start up?

Corporate Innovation

Wednesday 2nd October in Central London.

For a corporate innovation strategy to succeed, businesses must identify the specific problems they are aiming to resolve, and the appropriate type of corporate innovation needed to do so.

We’ll meet with business leaders to discuss corporate innovation: what this means, the different types and the risks associated with corporate innovation strategies.

In this month’s session Jeremy Basset, founder of Unilever Foundry and now CEO of CO:CUBED will share insights into how corporate-startup partnerships can evolve to give birth to a new organisational models and unlock a new growth era.