In the next Digital Dinners to coincide with the Leeds Digital Festival, host Rachel Mcelroy will be joined by a stellar cross-sector panel as we take a deep dive into building high-performing technology teams to create the ultimate customer-centric experience which is outcome oriented and delivers adaptable services.
Opening with an intro on optimising flow, Founder and Director Ben Davison will deliver a glimpse of a blueprint for a better society – how to build high-performing tech teams, followed by a panel discussion, live Q&A, tasty menu, and networking.
This networking event is sure to summarise how to build high performance teams, drawing on experiences and challenges from across sectors.
So why not join us for dinner as we transform our Leeds HQ into a restaurant for an evening of sharing insight?
Ben Davison – Director & Founder
Ben specialises in helping clients deliver large portfolios of digital change with a particular focus on bringing together modern ways of working around user-centred design, product management and fast flow engineering practices.
Rachel Mcelroy – Head of Marketing
Rachel is responsible for our overarching marketing, brand, and communication strategy.
Highly focused on customer and commercial marketing, with a strategic vision, Rachel plays a pivotal role in helping customers understand how Axiologik can support solving their problems and helping them deliver brilliant digital services that positively impact all of society.
Liam Cadd – Digital Director at Sky
Liam is the Digital Director at Sky where he is accountable for driving the digital strategy, customer experience design and delivery across Sky & MySky App, resulting in significant transformational change to Sky and their customers.
Liam’s career and achievements have been accelerated through shifting the internal mindset to “think and be digital” and delivering step change digital CX. Through stretching strategies that have tangible execution plans, he’s led teams that have made significant impact to customers across UK & Ireland.
He’s recognised to have open conversations around not only the opportunities he sees for leaders in today’s world but also fronting into the challenges we face and having the tough debates when needed.
For a number of years he’s been an advocate for women in digital/tech, previously working in partnership with events such as empowering women with tech, and is passionate about ‘inclusivity’ to truly mean what it says on the tin; showing younger generations the different routes you can take for a successful career in digital.