Do you want to know the most important digital trends for your business?
Using the latest insights from global market researchers Mintel, our trends expert presenter, will save you precious time and get straight to the key conclusions for how technology is shaping - and will continue to influence - consumer-facing businesses.
We can help you get a competitive edge on the digital behaviours you can capitalise on:
- How consumers are embracing technology in their daily lives, from smartphones and wearables, to virtual reality and augmented reality
- How the demographics of tech ownership is changing and what this means for businesses seeking to reach new customers and retain existing ones
- How consumers feel about digital innovation and future changes
- The emerging tech trends across sustainability, health and wellbeing, gaming and the emergence of digital words
- How gaming has grown and offers a more natural way of interacting with consumers online.
After a fact-packed presentation, there’s further time to stay online to ask your questions.
You can access Mintel data for free in Business & IP Centres in libraries across the country. Expert staff in your closest BIPC are there to help you identify the information you need to inform key decisions as you build your business.
About your speakerPresented by Thomas Slide, Category Director for Media and Technology at Mintel
Thomas has worked for Mintel since 2015, and he now leads Mintel’s Technology and Media Reports, overseeing the creation of more than 30 Reports a year. As well as technology and media, he has written extensively about both the retail and financial services sectors, giving him a unique view of how media and technology are shaping the strategies of a wide range of consumer-facing businesses.
Thomas has appeared in the media numerous times, including the BBC News Channel, the Economist, the Telegraph and the Guardian. Before joining Mintel, Thomas worked for John Lewis and Kantar.
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