Intelligently Rebellious Stellar Launch

 

On 27th September, Big Radical’s Intelligently Rebellious series launched with - approaching digital in radical new ways.

It was an overwhelming success, but don’t fret, due to popular demand, we are already organising our second in the series. This event promises to go deeper, pushing the digital community to work harder; exploring how we can approach digital in radical new ways that drives more value to businesses, people end society. Watch this space and follow us @bigradical to hear more.

Here’s what you missed:

"Give rebels space to fail...but being a rebel, you still need to apply yourself"

Ben Holt, Lead Innovation Manager at Cancer Research UK.

“Some risks are worth taking and you need to dare to try new things to reap the rewards”

Harri Evans, Head of Digital at Barclays Private Bank.

“The new working collaborative and communities is the way forward to create future-facing innovation and value”

Holly Hall, Managing Director at BIMA.

"Innovation is relative… but innovative people, with conviction, are needed both agency and client side"

Adam Street & Jack Marshall, Enterprise Sales Directors at Bazaarvoice.

Full speaker films to follow.

 
 
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Also, a massive thank you to our community of Radical Thinkers, the BRVR team, Ultrahaptics and Smilepass, who gave the opportunity to experience their astounding leading tech and knowledge on the lively panel debate.
 
Being part of the Intelligently Rebellious movement, we believe community is important, so much so, we would like to offer you and your team a free Breakthrough Lunchbox workshop to help continue you on this journey.

Breakthrough Lunchbox is a one-hour rapid breakthrough workshop where we apply our methodologies, insight-driven business strategies, leading technology, with human centred design, to start help make sense of your most pressing problems and opportunities, to create more value to your business, people and society.

Judge for yourself. 

Please email Katie Street for more details.

 
 
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