What's on this year
A number of workshops run as part of unbound London. Please apply to the workshop(s) you would like to attend below.
unbound’s corporate partners are running a series of workshops this year throughout the festival, providing a content rich experience for all attendees. If you’d like to register your interest in attending one or more, please apply through the links below or contact email@example.com.
CBW and Taylor Vinters, award winning accountancy and law firms, are hosting a workshop on: Start-up c*ck ups – avoiding potential pitfalls on your journey from starting and scaling to exit.
The journey from start-up through scaling and expanding, to exiting with a valuable set of shares can be a bumpy one. There are always many potential snags and snares to navigate; from sleepwalking into a large tax bill or hidden property costs, coping with SEIS/EIS investment pitfalls and EMI headaches, to partners piggybacking on your IP so you lose out on valuable investment or returns. Friends can often become foes and key staff your competitors.
Drawing on real experiences in advising and investing in businesses from many sectors, our expert panel featuring legal and tax experts and chaired by Tom Hoppe – ex MD of JP Morgan, now active angel investor in the tech space – will highlight hidden pitfalls and common oversights made by start-up companies on their journeys to attracting investment and beyond.
So sign up here, submit your questions in advance and find out how you need to start right, to finish right and avoid those c*ck ups along the way. The workshop will be held on 19th July from 11am – 12pm.
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Neuro-Insight, world leaders in market research and delivering high quality projects in brand communication and market strategy, are hosting a workshop on: The Brands vs Brains Championship
Are you a brand advertiser, publisher or media agency looking to learn what really makes your customers tick? We mean literally, biologically, neurologically what excites them, what engages them and what turns them off your content?
Join the team from Neuro-Insight for a fun and interactive quiz-style session looking at brands vs brains, and exploring how to achieve ROI from your content. Compete to take part in the grand finale and the chance to win a free a slot in an advertising research study, worth £16k for participating brands.
Neuro-Insight specialise in consumer neuroscience, and will demo their technology live during the session. Lunch will also be served during the session. The workshop will be held on 19th July from 12.15pm – 1.45pm.
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Your Competitor is Hungry – do you look tasty? Insights-Driven Businesses are EATING the competition.
So come and snack on some insights at this hands on co-creative workshop with GLOBAL MEDIA and VISION CRITICAL.
Become an Insight Ninja and proactively grow your business at this collaborative lunch-and-learn research experience where you will actively create Insight driven solutions to a real world business problem.
Every company wants to become more customer-led, obsessed, centric. But why?
Forrester forecasts that insight-driven businesses will grow from $333 billion in revenue in 2015, to $1.2 trillion in 2020 — making up an astonishing compound annual growth rate between 27% and 40% in a world where global growth averages at less than 4%. That’s growth at least eight times faster than global GDP. So, where will it come from?
If you’re not growing in double digits, then your competitor’s growth is coming from you.
Global Media and Entertainment Limited operates radio stations under the Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X, and Gold brands.
At Global, they have two main goals for Customer Insights: to drive audience growth and to drive revenue growth.
Come and find out how Insight driven businesses like Global are using real time customer intelligence at every stage of their innovation cycle to find, accelerate and deliver winning ideas, ahead of the competition. You can do the same!
The workshop will be held on 20th July, 13.00 – 14:30
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