Novicell Seminar - How to be a succesful online manager

Effective methods for prioritising work and generating progress

As the company's online manager, you'll naturally want to ensure that your digital measures support and develop your company's business as best as possible. 

Join this seminar for ideas on how to analyse, plan and visualise the results from your digital channel. The right approach will bring optimum results from your online efforts - both internally and externally. 

This seminar will not cover new trends and ideas on which marketing measures you should be using - instead it will focus on how you prioritise and streamline your way of working and optimise your results. 

What you get from the seminar 

Digital Strategy Manager, Heidi Collin, will inspire you to: 

  • Compare different online channels' performance
  • Create a more structured approach to KPIs
  • Prioritise your efforts so that you focus on your customers' needs
  • Visualise how much value your online marketing brings your business, so that you get support for your web projects
  • Generate focus and commitment towards online marketing from the management and the rest of the organisation 

The seminar is very hands-on and delivers specific models and tools you can use to work purposefully with digital marketing. 

Who is the seminar for? 

This seminar is for those who are responsible for generating results in the online channel, such as sales and marketing managers. 

* Note! This event is not a DUCC event, but one we have kindly offered to publish on behalf of our network. DUCC cannot be held liable for anything related to this. Thus any comments, questions or reclamation please contact the organiser directly.


Novicell is a highly-valued member of the chamber. Feel free to check out their member profile. 

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Novicell Seminar - Customer Journeys

How to improve customer experiences by using customer journey maps 

Company success and growth now more than ever hinges around how a company deals with its customers. Customers today make other demands than before. They expect a coherent customer experience - from start to finish. 

But how do you investigate and document your customers' journeys and experiences with your brand, service, and products? And how do you use the insights to design customer journeys that hit the spot?

Join this seminar for tips and tricks on how to work with customer journeys, and what you as a company can get from mapping your customers journeys.  

What you get from the seminar   

Digital Strategy Manager, Heidi Collin, will inspire you to:  

  • Map each step your customer’s go through in engaging with your company from initial contact, through purchasing, after sales support, and onto renewal/repurchase
  • Chose the right strategy, steps and focus when mapping your customer's journey
  • Gather data and use this data in creating a good customer experience
  • Detect gaps between the desired customer experience and the one actually received (knowing where the actions need to be focused)

The seminar is very hands-on and gives you specific models and tools you can use to work with customer journeys.

Who is the seminar for? 

The seminar is for CMOs, CEM and CRM managers and other marketing professionals who wish to increase the impact of their marketing activities.

* Note! This event is not a DUCC event, but one we have kindly offered to publish on behalf of our network. DUCC cannot be held liable for anything related to this. Thus any comments, questions or reclamation please contact the organiser directly.


Novicell is a highly-valued member of the chamber. Feel free to check out their member profile. 

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Santa Lucia service at Birmingham Cathedral

The annual Santa Lucia service at Birmingham Cathedral is a traditional Swedish service of carols and readings with a candlelight procession, during which ‘Santa Lucia’ wears a crown of candles.

The service will be led jointly by staff from the Swedish church and the Cathedral, and Jeffrey Skidmore will direct the Ex Cathedra Choir.

All are welcome, but please arrive in plenty of time, doors open at 5 pm , and the service starts at 6 pm.

 

This event is free to attend and on first come first serve basis ( the church holds around 700 people) - so you don't have to register.

 

* Note! This event is not a DUCC event, but one we have kindly offered to publish on behalf of our network. DUCC cannot be held liable for anything related to this. Thus any comments, questions or reclamation please contact the organiser directly.


Highly-valued members of the chamber: Gowling WLGEuropean Business Solutions are sponsoring this event.  Please feel free to check out their member Profiles. 

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Amongst other sponsors are also Sandvik & Handelsbanken.

 

Quiver - Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring for Leaders and for Professionals

European Quality Awarded programme

The Certificate course is a 2-month programme accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, the leading professional body for coaching and mentoring in Europe. The programme has been awarded the prestigious European Quality Award, so participants will receive an internationally recognised qualification upon successful completion.

Course Content

The 2-month programme consists of:

2 day intensive skills training workshop
Coaching practice in your workplace
Two 1:1 learning/supervision sessions
Assessment

Costs

The fee for the 2-month programme is £2,390 plus vat.

The fee covers the non-residential 2-day workshop, lunches, refreshments, all material and individual support, assessment and certificate. A 10% deposit is required to secure your place on a programme. Upon receipt of deposit we will email enrolment form and invoice for the remaining fee.

We recommend booking early as our courses fill quickly.

Contact

For more information please contact Jan Bowen-Nielsen on 07732 786 456

General Course Info
The workshop starts at 9.00 and finished at 16.30 both days.
More detailed instructions will be provided approximately 4 weeks prior to the course date.
We recommend booking early as our courses fill quickly
For more information, please contact Jan Bowen-Nielsen on 07732 786 456.

  

* Note! This event is not a DUCC event, but one we have kindly offered to publish on behalf of our network. DUCC cannot be held liable for anything related to this. Thus any comments, questions or reclamation please contact the organiser directly.


Quiver Management Ltd is a highly-valued member of the chamber. Please feel free to check out their member profile >>

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Nadine Redzepi Pop-Up at SNAPS + RYE

Due to exceptional demand, contemporary Danish restaurant, SNAPS + RYE are delighted to welcome back Nadine Levy Redzepi to cook with Head Chef Tania Steytler for one more night

Noma chef René’s wife and business partner will be cooking with SNAPS + RYE'S Head Chef Tania Steytler to celebrate the launch of her cookbook Downtime: Deliciousness at Home.

The dinner will feature a Nordic menu of dishes from Downtime, including homemade potato crisps with anchovy hummus and salmon tartare; cold prawns in horseradish cream; and a pasta dish with braised pork cheek ragù.

Arrival at 7.30pm for smørrebrød canapés & Nordic G&T.
Sitdown at 8pm with introduction from SNAPS + RYE and Nadine.
£55 including smørrebrød & Nordic G&T, 3 course meal (not including drinks, service or booking fee).

Signed copies of the book willl be available to purchase on the night.
Because of the nature of Nadine’s book and good old Danish hygge, tables will be sharing!

  

* Note! This event is not a DUCC event, but one we have kindly offered to publish on behalf of our network. DUCC cannot be held liable for anything related to this. Thus any comments, questions or reclamation please contact the organiser directly.


Snaps + Rye is a highly-valued member of the chamber. Please feel free to check out their member profile >>

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ICC Global Debate

This year’s ICC Global Debate will focus on the World Trade Organisation (WTO) trade in services and ecommerce agendas. The UK is the second largest exporter of services and third largest ecommerce market - this is a perfect opportunity to come and engage with some of the world’s leading experts from Geneva including Minister Mora, the WTO lead on ecommerce. It’s also an excellent chance to learn how the WTO operates and how the UK private sector can help. The event is aimed at senior decision makers from the private sector and government.

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Danish Christmas Market

Over the last year more than a dozen books have been published about HYGGE but you don’t have to buy the books or travel to Denmark to experience traditional DANISH CHRISTMAS HYGGE!

For two days a big Victorian villa in Hampstead will be turned into a ‘smorgasbord’ of all the best Denmark can offer. The perfect chance for curious Londoners to add lots of Danish flavours to their Christmas celebrations by stocking up on Danish Christmas goodies and decorations – there will even be an authentic Danish hot-dog stall. Danish Carol singers will perform, in the restaurant you can buy original Danish open sandwiches and there will ofcourse also be Æbleskiver and Gløgg to keep you warm.
Also, at the gift stall you can treat yourself or a loved one with a Danish design classic.

A great day out with the Danes and lots of HYGGE GUARANTEED! Sponsored by NORDEA, TULIP, ARLA & LIDL.

 

Saturday, 25th November from 11am till 5pm
Sunday, 26th November from 11am til 4pm
Entrance: £2

 

* Note! This event is not a DUCC event, but one we have kindly offered to publish on behalf of our network. DUCC cannot be held liable for anything related to this. Thus any comments, questions or reclamation please contact the organiser directly.

DIGITAL SHIP MARITIME CIO FORUM AT MARINTEC CHINA 2017

The Maritime CIO Forum at Marintec has been developed to address the issues and trends that technology leaders face in an increasingly changing and continuously developing business environment.

Staying ahead of the innovation curve, and with the digitalisation of the maritime sector at the core of this changing landscape, Digital Ship is pleased to be heading to China this year with our Maritime CIO Forum, where the focus is on how to harness opportunities, and how to address the challenges and questions which advances in technology are posing to our industry.

Through four key sessions and interactive panel discussions, we will ask how the industry is responding to change and investigate what technology and digital transformation can do for us.

Session 1:

The Maritime Satcom Summit 
Investigating the evolution of maritime mobility and connectivity

 

Session 2:

Harnessing Maritime Cyber Resilience
A look at maritime cyber security, safety and risk

Session 3:

Blockchain and its Impact on the Maritime Industry
Addressing the long-term advantages and opportunities, and how Blockchain will streamline trade and transport

Session 4:

The iShipping Revolution

Reviewing smart shipping

Speakers and Panellists will be announced soon.

The event will include an interactive Workshop, networking opportunities and a Post-Conference Reception on 7 December.

Date: Venue: Website: Enquiries:

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Jumeirah Hotel, Shanghai

https://www.marintec.thedigitalship.com/cathy@thedigitalship.com

 

ABOUT DIGITAL SHIP

For 17 years Digital Ship magazine has provided the digital community of the world's maritime industry with the latest news and developments, including satellite communications, software, navigation, vessel efficiency, cyber security, big data and analytics, to help keep shipping operating with maximum safety, efficiency and crew comfort.

CONTACT: 

Cathy Hodge, Event Director, Digital Ship

+ 44 7956 965 857 |email: cathy@thedigitalship.com |  www.thedigitalship.com


 Digital ship is a valued member of the Chamber. Visit their member profile for more information. 

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VPO Copenhagen

First speakers announced for Vessel Performance Optimisation Forum Copenhagen on 15 November.

From the producers of Digital Ship comes an exciting new platform for ship operators, owners and managers to meet and discuss how the industry can improve operational efficiency.

​Increased pressure on industry to both reduce costs and evaluate performance, has resulted in greater focus on improving the technical and operational efficiency of vessels. Rising bunker fuel costs and environmental concerns have elevated this drive towards efficient fleet optimisation even further. The VPO Copenhagen Forum will focus on a tactical approach to vessel performance – with practical discussion, and an overall holistic approach to ship operations. We will look at the future of integrated whole ship operations, and consider the impact of ship efficiency on ship shore operations.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Jakob Buus Petersen, Co-Founder and Director, Vessel Performance Solutions
  • Jenny Braat, Managing Director, Danish Maritime
  • Jesper S. Jensen, Head of Technical Division, TORM
  • Dr. Ando Hideyuki, Senior General Manager, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line
  • Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Senior Marine Technical Officer, BIMCO
  • Mogens Schrøder Bech, Director, Maritime R&D, Danish Maritime Authority
  • Kjartan Ross, Head of Retrofit & Upgrade, Propeller & Aft Ship, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Chairman Steering Committee, BlueINNOship, Chairman Steering Committee Green Ship of the Future
  • Helge Bartels, Managing Director, E.R. Schiffahrt
  • Sverre Patursson Vange, Head of Performance Management, J. Lauritzen A/S
  • Ben van Scherpenzeel, Director Nautical Developments, Policy and Plans, Port of Rotterdam, project leader International Harbour Masters’ Association, European Harbour Masters’ Committee.
  • Tom Erling Hansen, VP Sales North Europe, Marlink – Maritime
  • Erik van Ballegooijen, Technical Consultant Hydrodynamics, R&D Team Coordinator, VAF Instruments
  • Jörn Springer, Senior Director Fleet Support Center, Hapag-Lloyd

Through 2 clearly defined plenary sessions, interactive roundtable discussion groups, and informative question and answer panel sessions, we will focus on practical methods and will bring together representatives to discuss the barriers in the industry that are hindering operational excellence.

Please see https://www.copenhagen.vpoglobal.com for more details

ABOUT DIGITAL SHIP

For 17 years, Digital Ship magazine has provided the digital community of the world's maritime industry with the latest news and developments, including satellite communications, software, navigation, vessel efficiency, cyber security, big data and analytics, to help keep shipping operating with maximum safety, efficiency and crew comfort.

CONTACT:

Cathy Hodge, Event Director, Digital Ship

+ 44 7956 965 857 |email: cathy@thedigitalship.com | www.thedigitalship.com

 

The Møller Centre: New Leadership Development Programme

25% off published fees for Danish-Chamber members with an Explorer Mindset.

Møller Executive Education, Churchill College, University of Cambridge have offered a generous 25% fee reduction to members on it’s new senior leadership development programme: The Explorer Mindset –www.explorermindset.com

The programme will be a transformational, full-board residential experience at the Danish-designed Møller Centre which will inspire and renew participants; equipping senior leaders to take on many of the tough challenges we face in our work and in this way to have a real impact on future-proofing their organisations and also contributing to improved business performance. The senior leadership development programme is called The Explorer Mindset. In our world of complexity, rapid change and disruptive challenges, an ability to remain resilient, resourceful and positive will create the kind of leadership needed for organisations not only to survive but to be equipped to thrive in this new world of possibility and adventure.

The first cohort has attracted some excellent senior leaders representing a diverse range of sectors including technology, pharma, healthcare, defence, food manufacturing, education and consultancy and others.

The modular programme is specifically designed to fit around executives’ work-commitments. Module 1 :November 26-30 and Module 2: April 29 – May 2.

For full details see www.explorermindset.com and contact Cathy Butler, Director of Programmes, Executive Education cathy.butler@chu.cam.ac.uk


The Møller Centre is part of The Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce's Premier Membership - The Advisory Board

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