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Speaker: Joseph Cooksey - Digital Engagement Manager – Barclays Joseph is a founder member of Barclay’s Digital Eagles formed to help engage colleagues with new technology which has now grown to include over 18000 colleagues and customers. He supports relationship managers across East Anglia, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire training staff and presenting on areas such as Big Data and Cyber Security.
The session will cover:
Protecting Your Business Online
A fraud takes place every 7 seconds. 95% of losses from fraud can be attributed to human error. This presentation explores they key threats to businesses and how to mitigate against these threats.
Using Data to Grow Your Business
With advancements in technology SME access to data is easier and cheaper than ever before.This presentation looks at how you can use data to better service your customers, improve your operations and stay in touch with your business information.
Sean O’Neil, Cyber Security Advisor for Bedfordshire Police, will talk about his altered ego ‘dodgy Sean’ and explain how he is going to steal or defraud you and your company; and inform you of recent losses in the area. This will show you how with some small changes you can help prevent your company or yourself from being a victim.
Customs Special Procedures: Focusing on Inward Processing and Outward Processing at the Chamber office, PeterboroughTuesday 27th March 2018 / 09:15AM
Customs Special Procedures: Focusing on Inward Processing and Outward Processing
This course looks at the roles of processing in order to identify if you could trade more competitively.
This course will explain the complex subject of origin which is essential to understand as it can affect the import duty that is applicable.
This course equips managers of research technology organisations (RTOs), innovation agencies and related institutions with innovation concepts and visual tools to better align their missions and services. Led by the Policy Links team and experts from the Centre for Technology Management (CTM) and the Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy (CSTI), this course is based on taught sessions as well as practical workshop-based exercises. The open course offers an opportunity to share experiences with colleagues with a common interest in RTOs, technology & innovation management, and national innovation systems.
Are you confident in your reply when asked 'what do you do in business?' Our networking masterclass will offer some top tips for helping you do a better job of describing what you do when meeting new people and networking.
Avitus Group will present 12 trends to consider when bringing your business to the united states, plus there will be a panel of experts offering advice on route to market, intellectual property, finance, visa and immigration.
Come and hear how small or micro rural business can apply for up to 40% of project costs to undertake activity in areas such as:-
• Increasing farm productivity • Supporting micro/small businesses • Providing rural services
• Increasing forestry productivity • Boosting rural tourism • Providing cultural & heritage activity • Farm diversification
Our first activity for 2018 will be partnering with the 6th China (Shanghai) international technology fair To showcase UK & Europe cutting-edge innovations and technologies. It is a national level professional fair especially for international trade.
This one-day course provides an in-depth exploration into the procedures and documentation you will need to be aware of if you if your business is to make a success of exporting.