It’s all about finishing the month on a high, so we have four dinners next week just for you:
Data Science: use data to drive your business.
Understanding your company’s data can be the key ingredient for success. Join us for dinner with Kim Nilsson, CEO of Pivigo, who will be giving an after-dinner talk, and informal Q&A on data science.
If you’re new to “data science“, it is the extraction of knowledge from large volumes of data – and there is more data out there than ever before, which calls for new ways of analysing and processing.
If you understand your company’s audience, you can better target them with products and services; you can tailor offers specific to their tastes. If you understand their behaviour, you can use this information to secure loyalty and create a more valuable offering.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Monday 27 July at Piccolino, Broadgate
Parent & family startups: Dine with the Founder of Baby2Body
Our latest ‘Tech Stories’ dinner sees Melinda Nicci, Founder of Baby2Body give an after-dinner talk, and an informal Q&A session on starting and maintaining a thriving business. This dinner is perfect for people with businesses that focus on providing products or services to parents and/or families.
Melinda will share her story of building Baby 2 Body from the ground up into a thriving business that has secured coverage in magazines and broadsheets, as well as raising funding from top London fund, Forward Partners.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Tuesday 28 July at Tom’s Kitchen, St Katharine Docks
Dine with the Founder of PROPERCORN: Getting stocked and selling 2 million units a month
How do relatively new brands manage to get stocked in major stores and supermarkets across the UK? Let alone sell millions of their products each month!
Dine with Ryan Kohn, co-founder of PROPERCORN, who will be speaking after dinner about how he launched a super-brand in under four years, as well as sharing his top tips for start-up success in the food sector. Launching his business at the height of the recession and against some huge competition, PROPERCORN’s story is really inspiring. And they’re now taking their next steps into exporting to other countries in Europe too.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Wednesday 29 July at Tom’s Kitchen, St Katharine Docks
Growing an eCommerce business: From your first user to an international business
Meeting people that have ‘been there‘ is immensely important when working on your business. Will Wynne, founder at Arena Flowers, one of the leading online florists in the UK with operations globally (both b2b and b2c), will be providing an after-dinner talk, followed by an informal Q&A at our latest eCommerce dinner. He will be sharing tips and insights for growing your eCommerce business from the ground up as well as learnings from mistakes he made along the way.
Before starting Arena Flowers, Will worked at a private equity firm in the City and before then he was one of the marketing guys at eBay UK. Will is also co-founder and MD of Smart Pension for auto enrolment into workplace pensions. He has a wealth of experiences to share over a glass or two of wine. Take this chance to meet him and ask all those burning questions, informally over dinner.Dinner is at 6:45pm on Wednesday 29 July at Jamie’s Italian, London Bridge
Take a look at the full list of upcoming TableCrowd dinners.
For those of you who are new to TableCrowd – have a look at our video to see what it’s like when you join us for dinner: