Smile London 2016
BrightStarr is a Platinum sponsor for Smile London Conference 2016.
Smile London is the leading conference for social intranets and collaboration platforms. For the 8th year, Smile will be offering attendees a line-up of industry coveted speakers, recent industry case studies, latest technology and the opportunity to network with 300 like-minded individuals.
Key themes for social intranet conference
- As a Platinum sponsor we’ll be speaking in the Keynote with our client Amec Foster Wheeler at 10:10am, who will be giving an insight into their digital workplace journey with BrightStarr.Mastering the platforms – Whether Yammer, SharePoint, Jive, Facebook@Work or mobile apps.
- Building adoption – Driving Active users from 16% to 60% and encouraging profitable collaboration.
- Communicating changing – how digital tools can accelerate engagement and make your organisation more agile.
We’ll also be hosting a breakfast roundtable with attendee’s highlighting key industry issues and advancements.
Join BrightStarr at the conference and receive a VIP discount as our guest by registering here or get in touch for the contact form on this page for more details.
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