Category, Events

Breaking Barriers – Embracing AI and Automation for Business Transformation 4

At the 4th of our round table series co-hosted with Emerge Digital, it was notable how the conversation had evolved over the last year. Business owners are starting to ask questions like: what have other businesses done with AI? what sort of ROI have they had? what has been the impact of AI on people, really? and how can I use AI to develop and improve my business. All too often, though, they are still asking where do I start? We still believe that the adoption of AI is not just about the technology. It is about your business, and where there is opportunity to transform performance and disrupt your industry sector. And that means starting with clear business needs and goals, focusing on leadership and culture, and aligning technology implementation with these objectives. People are the key.

Bridging the Gap Conference 2023

As advisors we invest in our own learning so that we address current themes and trends and ensure we support our clients when they are taking steps to adapt and change in their organisations. Bridging the Gap Conference was an opportunity for me to find out more from an academic, expert and practitioner community working in the areas of equality, diversity and inclusion, explore current thinking, challenges and the innovative practices, policies and tools being developed towards creating a fairer society.

Market Analysis For Start Up And Existing Businesses

On the 11th of April at Square Works in Bristol, hgkc held a roundtable focusing on the importance of market analysis, the process of gathering information about a particular market to understand the industry, competition, customers, and business environment. The event was facilitated by hgkc Associate Joe Constant, who pointed out that when considering market analysis, it was also important to consider AI as not only does it have a huge impact on businesses, but people are relying more on automation and not what was used before.

How To Thrive In A Recession

On the 29th November, hgkc held their first roundtable in person since the pandemic. Located at Square Works Bristol the discussion focused on the upcoming recession and how the attendees could overcome the challenges they faced due to the crisis in Ukraine, Brexit and COVID-19.

hgkc Director and co-founder Peter Quintana facilitated the event and was joined by guest speakers Paul Netto, founder of visionary accountancy practice Equifino, Sam Talby, insolvency practitioner from Undebt, and Kim Jones, hgkc Director, co-founder, and innovation expert.

hgkc was born from the realisation that together our combined practical experience and knowledge can offer our clients a broader, deeper and richer experience that will deliver better results faster.