Most small and medium companies dream of becoming a global business.
The question is how to get there. Conditions underpinning current business environment have changed dramatically since the onset of digital. Technology has provided the means to reduce distances dramatically. Communication has never been so easy. The world is literally at our fingertips. This means that companies are now competing not just regionally or nationally but globally too.
Sage recognises the rapidly changing business environment and the challenges that many companies and entrepreneurs face today. Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) need opportunities and tools to help them along the path towards growth. For many, innovation is key to enable growth. This is the thinking behind Sage Summit taking place in London on the 5th and 6th of April.
What makes Sage Summit such a great opportunity for businesses? What really sets Sage Summit apart from other similar events is the human element. Sage Summit in London offers more than just the opportunity to hear the success stories of carefully selected guest speakers. It is an opportunity to meet and network with other like-minded entrepreneurs and explore business opportunities.
In addition to that, Sage Summit is a showcase for the latest innovations and systems that are key for any business to maintain their edge. Here, entrepreneurs can get a first look at innovative systems and software designed to meet the challenges of business on an international scale.
The list of guest speakers includes dotcom entrepreneur Martha Lane Fox CBE, founder of pioneering travelling website lastminute.com and Kelly Hoppen MBE, designer, style icon, former Dragon and entrepreneur. There’s also Dragon’s Den Deborah Meaden and Jamal Edwards MBE, CEO of music platform SBTV who grew his business to become a renowned brand with global reach. Sage experts will also be at hand to showcase the latest developments and innovative solutions and explain how these can generate benefits.
Sharing experiences is an essential part of creating opportunity. Part of our mission as a forward-looking company is to promote and enable business. This is why we strive to create networking opportunities so much. It also feeds back into our work as we get to hear from entrepreneurs and businesses about the challenges they face. This gives us precious clues about how we can address these challenges. A face-to-face meeting always beats a thousand emails.
Meet us at Sage Summit in London on the 5th and 6th of April to find out more.
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