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Could you run your business from your mobile phone?

28th September 2015

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Could you run your business from your mobile phone?

Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, runs the world’s largest CRM company from his mobile phone.

Join the Eat, Drink, Network breakfast debate on Friday 2 October focusing on the smart use of technology in business. Understand and listen to the debate regarding the security and efficiency measures between traditional IT systems and Cloud based systems.

Vantage Point Business Centre in Paignton hosts the debate between local businesses that utilise technology to increase efficiencies and ROI to compete globally and help advance their businesses.

Vince McConville is delivering the ‘Get up to Speed’ programme for Cosmic and Peninsula Enterprise. He will present the benefits and advantages of using Cloud based technology in business. The project is designed to provide a support service to help businesses and communities across Devon and Somerset improve their technology skills and knowledge. His expertise in employing technology alongside innovation helps support individuals, strengthen communities and grow businesses.

Nigel Field is the managing director of Alchemy Systems, a Microsoft accredited Managing Successful Programmes and systems integrator. He also has interests in a web services and software development house. Nigel is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Consulting, a Member of the Institute of directors and a founding member of the Western Consultants Group. His IT industry experience spans 35 years. His business influence extends outside of the southwest through his equity in the Alchemy Group with a national presence supporting business in many different markets in both on-premise and hosted environments.

Adrian Sheen, Business Centres Manager for South West Business Centres, said: “Technology can be a difficult area to understand and the knowledge that the speakers will bring will help organisations grasp how technology can be used to benefit them and their business.”

 “As a business grows its use of technology often develops and the decisions that need to be made during this transition can be crucial. The development of Cloud based systems is fascinating and learning the advantages of using this technology compared with traditional methods could prove invaluable.”

Vince McConville said: “We are in exciting times for small businesses with regards to technology especially in the rise of cloud solutions. By using cloud solutions SME's now have access to systems that previously were only available to larger businesses. The cloud can potentially revolutionise how small businesses work and grow.”

For just £8.00 networkers can enjoy a light breakfast with refreshments while building relationships with other businesses across Torbay and South Devon, receiving practical business advice and listening to motivational speakers.

The new event has a clear purpose, serving a specific market sector with a less formal atmosphere and structure. Local businesses have the opportunity to network over breakfast before the debate begins.

Join the debate on Friday 2 October by registering your place at www.torbaydevelopmentagency.co.uk/networking-and-events

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