News: Flexibility Sponsors

Posted on 13th March 2019

We are pleased to announce that Flexibility Matters will be sponsoring the Gatwick Diamond Skills Summit on Thursday the 21st of March.

This is a fantastic event which aims to discover how digital technology is transforming the way we work.  The continued and rapid development of technology tools has had a significant impact on the way we do business and the growth of digital technology won’t be slowing down. ​

Automation, cloud-based technologies, machine learning and augmented reality are the next generation of tools being adopted – do we have the knowledge and skills to embrace them?

Created for ‘non-techies’, this event will provide valuable insight and inspiration for entrepreneurs, business leaders,  managers and policy-makers from companies and organisations of all sizes. Why not come along and find out more!

For more information please look at the following links;

www.gatwickdiamondskills.co.uk
#GatwickDiamondSkills and #Talent&Tech.

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