Efficiency and Automation for Small Businesses: Mastering No-Code and AI - 2
Date: Thursday, 21st March 2024
Time: 13:00 - 16:00
Location: The Catalyst
PLEASE NOTE THAT ELIGIBILITY CHECKS WILL BE CONDUCTED BEFORE ATTENDANCE IS CONFIRMED (SEE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR CRITERIA)
In an increasingly digital world, small businesses must adapt and evolve to remain competitive. Our workshop is designed to empower small business owners and employees by introducing them to the transformative power of no-code platforms, AI tools, and SaaS solutions.
This 3-hour workshop offers practical insights into automating manual processes, improving efficiency, and driving business growth.
Key Features of the Workshop:
Introduction to Modern Tools:
Understand the basics of no-code, AI, and SaaS solutions. Learn how these tools can revolutionise your business operations.
Identifying Opportunities for Automation:
Discover how to pinpoint manual, time-consuming tasks within your business that are ripe for automation.
Choosing the Right Tools for Your Business:
Gain knowledge on selecting the most suitable and cost-effective tools to meet your unique business needs.
Building a Business Case for Automation:
Learn the steps to create a compelling argument for adopting new technologies, focusing on ROI, efficiency gains, and stakeholder buy-in.
Understand how to set metrics and evaluate the success of your automation initiatives.
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is ideal for small business owners, managers, and employees who are looking to reduce manual work, improve efficiency, and embrace digital transformation.
Stay Ahead of the Curve:
In a fast-paced business world, staying ahead means understanding and leveraging the latest technologies.
Hands-on Learning Experience:
This isn't just theory. Get real-life examples and interactive segments for a practical learning experience.
Connect with other small business professionals facing similar challenges and opportunities.
The workshop is delivered by Jon Leighton and Lucy Batley.
Jon brings over 15 years of extensive experience in the digital sector, having collaborated with an array of global brands such as Honda, HiPP Organic, and the World Health Organisation. His expertise lies in facilitating their digital transformation journeys. With a robust background in diverse technical projects, Jon has contributed significantly to organisations of various scales, ranging from local startups to large-scale infrastructure initiatives.
Lucy’s tech experience spans 30 years designing for the digital world, her talent recognised at the outset of her career by winning EMAP’s Best Young Designer. Lucy built a strong foundation at the dawn of the digital era to bring products to the then-burgeoning online marketplace, working with renowned brands and artists including Audi, MaxMara, Samsonite, Vespa, Fila Sport and The Manic Street Preachers.
You must meet the following eligibilty criteria to attend this event.
Businesses of any stage or size which can demonstrate significant revenue growth or growth potential of at least 10%
Newcastle upon Tyne
The following sectors are not eligible for support:
Fishery and aquaculture