Creating great products, services and experiences

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Join Manifesto at Searcys at The Gherkin for breakfast on Wednesday 22nd May, to learn some of the tools, techniques and ways of working we use with clients to create great products, services and experiences.

Jim Bowes, CEO of Manifesto, leading experience and technology agency, will be hosting this breakfast event in the Gherkin, providing you with access to our talented experts who will be sharing their knowledge through a series of lightning talks.

This event will help you discover the possibilities, and the collaborations across technology and coaching, that can support the next steps in your organisations' digital transformation.




What to expect:


Clive Gardiner, Head of Digital, NSPCC - Exploring voice technology with the NSPCC

How can we build confidence in new technologies within our organisations?


Kjell Eldor-Evans, Product and Innovation Lead, Manifesto: How to accelerate your transformation

How can you deliver better quality products in less time?

In this talk, Kjell will share case studies to show best practice examples of how organisations are accelerating their transformation, using techniques such as Design Sprints.


Ema O’Donovan, Strategist, Researcher and Product Manager, Manifesto: Unrestricted video

How can I can implement video in my organisation?

Video is still content king with 5 billion views on YouTube per day, aiding the eye watering statistic that 80% of global internet content is consumed via the medium. But what about how video can engage staff within your organisation and boost productivity? We often think about content strategy from an ' end user' perspective but forget our colleagues and peers are also video content consumers. We can show you how to harness the medium for internal processes, learning development, transformation and more.


Ciara MacCooey, Chief Operating Officer, Human+ : Robotic Process Automation - What it is and why it matters to your organisation.

What are the benefits of Robotic Process Automation and how do you put your people at the centre of its adoption?

Through a very practical and example led talk, Ciara will take you through a whistle stop tour of the technology, give you examples of how organisations are benefiting from it and give you practical steps on how to engage people through the experience.


Neil Clark, Service Design Lead, Manifesto: What on earth is Service Design and why is it important?

Bad services cost money, both directly and indirectly. But what distinguishes a good service from a bad service, and how can we implement more of the former and less of the latter? In this talk, Neil will share common patterns and approaches used in service design, and how ultimately, service design is about human-centric problem solving.


Vicky Stewart, Client Partner, Manifesto and Hugh James, Business Director, Manifesto: How to work with your agency to get the best, and most effective results.

How can I make sure I get the best out of my agency?

With over 25,000 agencies in the UK, there's a lot to choose from, so how do you make sure you've chosen the right one? This talk lifts the agency lid to give you insight from the very start of your partnership, from the information an agency requires to provide a comprehensive response to your brief, to suggested approaches that will help you get the best out of your chosen agency.




These 10 minute lightning talks will be followed by an opportunity for welcomed questions.


Our team enjoys sharing and furthering their expertise; to understand new ways our products and services can interlink to create positive change for our clients. We look forward to extending this knowledge to you, over a quality breakfast and stunning views.

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