Join The Leaders Club South West at the Hotel du Vin, Exeter to hear keynote speaker Patrick Furse, Digital Director at Bray Leino discussing the challenges and lessons learnt whilst embarking on their Artificial Intelligence adventure.
“As with many businesses across many different sectors, Bray Leino have been trying to make sense of how artificial intelligence might affect our industry, our business and most importantly how our clients do business. We have asked ourselves should we be engaging with AI and if so how could we usefully apply this technology? From working on a couple of AI projects, making a few mistakes and learning along the way, there are a few simple lessons which we think might be helpful to share.”
Patrick is an expert in planning and executing effective, creative and innovative digital experiences – from websites and apps to marketing campaigns, social media and interactive content. Patrick has spent 20 years as a leader in digital and integrated marketing agencies – delivering digital excellence at senior level for brands like British Airways, Castrol, Visa, BP, News International, Sky, Intel, Orange, Vodafone, BT, Post Office & the BBC. In his role as Digital Director at Bray Leino, Patrick is responsible for the digital offer and specialism within the integrated marketing agency.
18:30 – 19:00 Networking & Drinks
19:00 – 20:00 Speaker
20:00 – close Questions and Networking
Date: Thursday 12th September
Time: 18:30 – 20:30
Location: Hotel du Vin & Bistro Exeter, EX2 4HY
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