Wouldn't it be great if you had the opportunity to meet face-to-face with a company that could tell you all the wonderful things you could do with data?
Well, luckily for you, members of the Peak team will be appearing at this year's 'Smarter Business Tech Live' event in Manchester on Wednesday 15/Thursday 16 November. We'll be on hand to explain how we can empower all kinds of businesses, both large and small, to do great things with data through the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
The event is taking place at Manchester Central (previously known as the G-Mex) and you'll be able to find our friendly faces over at Stand C23 in The Innovation Hub (you can download the floor plan here) across both days.
We're also very excited to announce that our CEO and co-founder, Richard Potter, will be giving an exclusive talk on Thursday at 11:30am on Stage 4:
He'll be hosting "Do Great Things with Data", and will be explaining in further detail how you can increase sales and marketing performance by using machine learning and AI. He'll also be running through some of our existing Peak customer success stories and how we've helped to grow their businesses using the power of data - so be sure to check it out if you get chance!
If you needed even more of an incentive to come and pay us a visit, we'll be running an exciting giveaway - simply leave your details with one of our team and you'll be in with a shot of winning a FREE, no-obligation data cleanse for your business. We'll clean, work and optimise your data to show you how you can be making more of the information you already have right under your nose.
If that's got you interested, be sure to download our FREE Business Bible ebook 'Got Data? Grow Business' ahead of the event to learn a bit more about what we do and why we do it. You can also head over to our brand new Peak.ai website to view some of our solutions and see what we could do for your business specifically.
See you soon!
Peak will be appearing at Smarter Business Tech Live 2017.
Dates: Wednesday 15 - Thursday 16 November
Venue: Manchester Central