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Phil Crowshaw cuts through the noise at Business Insight event

Business Insight open day 2016

This week’s Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) Tile & KBB Business Insight event proved a big hit with guests, who gained valuable insight into how to prosper in today’s digital age. Speakers included Phil Crowshaw from The Geeky Group; Tileflair’s Matthew Johnson and Kay Porter, from The Tile Association (TTA). Mike Beech and Paula Hayter from KCS also kicked-off and concluded the agenda, before a lively QA session that continued into lunch.

Phil Crowshaw’s presentation included essential advice on how to be found on the web, with a focus on good content marketing that “cuts through the noise.” Matthew Johnson also shared his own experiences and his plans on how to stay ahead - with help from KCS.

Guests commented that the content was “really valuable and insightful” and that “it allowed me to stop in my tracks and focus on some really important issues which are shaping our industry, right now.”

“We’re delighted with the feedback received from those that attended – and thank our guests and speakers for joining us in Leamington Spa.  We’re hoping to schedule further free Business Insight events later this year and would love to receive feedback on what guests would like to hear – and from those who’d like to share their own digital experiences,” commented Mike Beech, KCS product marketing director.

KCS is a key IT supplier to the tile and KBB industries. For more information, please contact marketing@kerridgecs.com or visit www.kerridgecs.com

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