I guess you could say this Hives song fits the bill of The Evening Standard’s recent article both phonetically and metaphorically. The article outlines the recent boom in the tech industry and the scope it is giving oversees companies; with the big smoke seeing a record number of foreign firms (270) starting, setting up and expanding over here in the last year.
As part of this article ParkJockey, got a lovely featured mention with UK General Manager Kamal Rajput giving his view on London as a market it’s welcoming business environment along with it being extremely beneficial to the growth of ParkJockey…
Our Global Head of Marketing, Igal Aciman, took the stage as one of guest speakers at Nimbus Ninety’s annual IGNITE conference at The Worx, London.
As a technology-focused business association, Nimbus Ninety brings together over 400 business leaders over two days of keynote speeches, breakout sessions, networking events and an awards ceremony. The great line-up of speakers besides Igal included business leaders from Tesla Motors, Virgin, BBC Worldwide, and many others.
Igal’s breakout session talk was titled “Customer-centric digital disruption in a traditional industry,” in which he elaborated on the lessons from ParkJockey’s experience with digital disruption that are applicable to large companies. Check out the full recording below!
In addition to the talk, you can also review the case study on ParkJockey that Nimbus Ninety published on October 10, featuring an interview with Igal Aciman and our Head of Operations – UK, Kamal Rajput.
ParkJockey UK are proud to be featured in the NimbusNinety blog, prior to their semi-annual conference and inaugural Ignite awards, which will take place on the 4-5th of November, in London.
Igal Aciman, our Global Head of Sales & Marketing, has been invited to speak at the conference, to give an insight into ParkJockey in relation to ‘Customer-centric Digital Disruption in a Traditional Industry’.
The Nimbus Ninety article outlines ParkJockey’s initial steps of disrupting a traditional industry, along with the most important fact that makes any customer-centric app successful – putting the customers first, give to them what they want and cateting for them that will ensure a more seamless experience
Read the full article here, featuring an interview with Kamal Rajput (Head of Operations, UK) and Igal Aciman.