Our next Chester event

Thursday 25th April

The Chester Grosvenor 12pm - 2pm- Chester

Seminar

Time - 10am registration, tea and coffee for a 10.30am start

Presenter - Lou Crane from Overbyte Interactive

Topic - From spreadsheet and multiple system hell to bespoke system heaven.

About our seminar presenter


Lou Crane from Overbyte interactive has been passionately helping businesses migrate from 
generic systems that just aren't good enough, to bespoke software;  saving time, costs, errors, duplication and inaccuracies.


Brief Synopsis 


A workshop to illustrate how we take a business from spread sheets and chaotic systems to centralised, clever software that ultimately gives you the freedom to focus on the exciting bits of your business.  


How will members benefit?


Attendees will learn about how to organise themselves and their teams and their Business, so that 
they?ll go away with a clear approach that will empower them to talk with developers.

What will they learn?


Attendees will understand software?s place in their company ? the why, what, how, when and who and be able to assess how that is - or is not - working effectively for them.


How can they apply it to their Business?


Through the analogy of ?how to make a cup of tea? attendees will learn how to put together a vision plan for the software they need.

Cost

Members - £42.00 - Book Here

Non Members - £47.00 - Book Here

Watch our video of our event and member testimonials here

Come and join us at

OUR NEXT EVENT

Thursday 25th April

The Chester Grosvenor 12pm - 2pm

What members and guests say

"What a warm welcome! Your event was purposeful, focussed and of a high calibre, whilst being very enjoyable! It was a delight to cry a welcome for everyone at the event!"

David Mitchell
Chester Town Crier Service

"As a founder member of the Chester Business Network, Fox Graphics have enjoyed being involved with the first year of this exciting network; where we have developed business contacts with professional quality decision makers from companies of a high calibre. We had no hesitation renewing and wish Tracy and Hayley all the best and good wishes in the future development of this venture and look forward to an exciting second year. Like a fine wine, it just gets better and better with time!"

Kate Fox
Fox Graphics