Bloor organises regular events for our end-user and vendor communities including:
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We have found that CIOs and other senior executives are keen to engage in discussion and debate with technology partners. Bloor brings relevant service and technology partners together with our CIO and leadership communities, in ways that maximise the value to both, making them mutually beneficial conversations. Bloor events enable CIOs and other senior executives to come together with technology vendors and service providers in a non-sales environment for the mutual benefit of both the vendor and the business. What sets Bloor apart from other providers are three key points:
  • We have close relationships with many of the most successful CIOs around the world
  • The calibre of our facilitator, often an ex-CIO, will create a frank, honest, and constructive atmosphere where you can gain the insight into what your target audience thinks.
  • Being vendor, media & research agnostic, we are recognised by the CIO community as an independent voice, able to create mutually-beneficial conversations between CIOs and vendors
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Managing Your Brand as a Leader

28th October, 2015
8:30 am - 11:30 am
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Developing a strong personal brand is becoming essential for the advancement of your career and development as a leader. Finding the right voice across the broad range of platforms on offer both internally and externally can be a significant challenge – and the consequences of getting it wrong can be severe. This session will explore strategies to define your identity and distinctiveness as a leader.

Tim Hughes is a Business Development Director at Oracle UK where he owns the Go-To-Market for Oracle’s SaaS Accounting suite of applications.  He was, and still is involved in the roll out of Social Selling across a sales organisation of 2,000 in Western Europe.  Most recently, Tim is the co-founder of Social Selling Lounge, a company that helps organisations with their Social Selling strategy to increase revenue and gain competitive advantage.