All guests arrive and register. There will be a selection of canapes and soft drinks served, whilst guests will have the chance to talk to partners and Quinyx employees.
We have recently launched our advanced analytics toolset. Here we will have a deep dive into how they can help you to improve workforce management
Happy, engaged, and motivated store associates, working hand-in-hand with a slick, smooth, seamless retail operation, are less likely to want to leave their jobs and are far more likely to deliver the kind of experience a customer expects when they walk into a store
Listen to Concrete platforms founder and CEO, Tristan Rogers, talking about how to dramatically improve two of today’s most pressing issues in retail, staff retention, and customer expectations.
Erik Fjellborg is the Founder and CEO of Quinyx. The company was founded in 2005, after working at McDonald’s and discovering that no system could smartly handle scheduling staff. Over the years, Quinyx has grown to become the market leader within AI-driven Workforce Management. Today Quinyx has over one million active users globally, and offices in nine countries. Clients include well-known brands such as; McDonald’s, Domino’s, Oatly, Sysco, Rituals, and DHL.
Renowned expert on empathy, effective leadership, inclusion, and diversity campaigner
Belinda Parmar is a diversity campaigner and the CEO of The Empathy Business. Belinda uses the science of empathy to change the way companies transform their organisations focusing on leadership, communications and
operations. She is the creator of the Global Empathy Index which was published in the Harvard Business Review- the first index to measure empathy and inclusion at scale.
Record breaking freediver and voted #1 Motivational Speaker outside of the US in the 2021 Global Guru rankings, Jim Lawless has inspired over a million people on five continents through his presentations and playbook for change ‘Taming Tigers’.
As CEO of transformation architects Symmetry, Jim and his team have been instrumental in the adaptations of international organisations, fast-growth companies and Olympic Teams.
In 2003 Tristan founded Concrete, taking on Vodafone and Marks & Spencer as early customers. In 2009 Concrete gained Gap as the first US customer, and over the following 5 years grew to become the de facto standard in franchise communications for retail brands in Europe and the US. Concrete has continued to evolve, and in 2017 launched it's new retail platform. Today Concrete counts many of the world's leading brands as customers, allowing communication to easily reach store teams to improve operational consistency, increase conversion and improve customer satisfaction.