Intelligently Grow Your Business

Last evenings event held at the IoD, Pall Mall, was well attended.   The focus of the event was ‘Using Data to Intelligently Grow Your Business’.  This was organised in a panel format consisting of members such as: John Burn-Murdoch – Data Journalist and News Reporter, the Guardian (Chair), Rob McManus – Head of Visual Analytics, SAS UK & Ireland and Rosco Paterson – CEO, Verologik LLP.

This discussion was around technology advancement, big data and analytics.  The key message conveyed was that complicated data could quickly and easily be understood through visual displays without the need to be data technician! Trends could be looked at and sophisticated forecasts developed to meet customer needs based on their habits, preferences and desires…

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About Mark Sperring MBA | FIoD | FRICS | FAPM | FCIOB

I am a Senior Director with over 25 years’ experience within the ‘Built Environment’ and a specialist in the planning, procuring and delivery of capital investment through Portfolio/Programme/Project Directorship in the public and private sectors. I additionally provide strategic advisory services to support Client’s needs such as PPP/PFI consultancy and business turnaround, from a pure management perspective regardless of either industry or sector. My sector experience includes: Health, Education, Regeneration, Housing, Infrastructure, Public Realm, Theatres, Rail, Aviation, Hotels, Financial Services, Sports Stadia, Commercial, Retail, Offices, Defence, Restaurants & Public Houses/bars.
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