Five reasons to attend the last User Group of 2014
December has nearly arrived, and this means we’re all looking forward to enjoying some festive celebrations, and maybe even a little bit of snow. But before we all head out of our offices to enjoy the holidays, we’ve got a Public-i User Group for you to attend on the 17th of December.
So why should you attend?
Here are five reasons why you should make sure you come to Public-i’s final User Group of 2014!
1. We’re going to tell you all about what’s new with us!
Public-i has seen a lot of changes since our last User Group, and we want to tell you face to face about all of the exciting things happening. We’re seeing our products change and evolve, and we’ve taken on a number of new starters in brand new roles. Our Programmes team has doubled in size and we’ll have insights into data and viewing trends that we want to share with you.
2. We want to hear more about you.
We love meeting our clients and hearing your ideas. This is the time for you to discuss with us as well as others what matters to you when it comes to our products and services. We’re working to produce what you want and need in order to make your job easier.
3. You’ll get the chance to network.
We don’t have a set agenda for the afternoon – you get to decide how you want to spend this time. Not only can you talk to different people from Public-i, but also other clients from across the United Kingdom.
4. Learning more about HD.
We’ve finished building our HD hardware, and now will be your chance to learn more about our new technology and ask any of your burning questions.
5. You’ll have fun.
Last but certainly not least, it’s going to be a fun day out in a different environment with some great people. We’ll be kicking the day off with pastries, tea and coffee, then winding down in the afternoon with delicious and festive drinks.
Before the User Group, make sure you take part in our user research by visiting this link. We would love to have your help, and remember, we never share information.
We hope to see you on the 17th!