Last week the team from enable.services exhibited at the Digital Government Conference. This was the first in-person event we have attended since the pandemic – it was great to see people in person again!
The event took place in the very heart of Westminster, at The Queen Elizabeth II Centre. The conference location was ideally placed to take advantage of everything London has to offer, uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and the London Eye.
The event looked at the progress made on the journey to a digitally enabled state, as well as the challenges which still need to be overcome. It provided an opportunity for the public sector to establish the right skills needed to improve and design services that are both user-centric and easily accessible. The day provided a space for central and local government, the NHS, and the private sector to come together as a community to debate and define the opportunities for digital transformation in the public sector.
Why did we attend?
We attended the event to highlight how our services and solutions can benefit Government organisations. Our industry experts were on hand to speak to delegates about our products and services;
David Bushnell (Managing Director)
Joseph Bushnell (Sales and Marketing Director)
Oliver Stedman (Business Development Manager)
My highlights of the event were having the opportunity to understand more about the public sector, including some of the problems faced by those in the public sector when it comes to digitalisation. There was an amazing array of seminars/talks on some interesting subjects throughout the day so there was plenty of chances to gain some further knowledge on pertinent topics in the public sector.
Aaron Ripper, Head of monday.com sales
The day’s events
Our day at the event was a success. We had many opportunities to engage with delegates to speak to them about their business and how we could help. We demonstrated monday.com and SugarCRM in real-time to allow people to see first-hand how the products could benefit them.
Of course, we had the monday.com llama farm on the screen, which many people loved. The whole idea of the llama farm widget is to allow you to have a fun way to view the status distribution of your tasks. We handed out many of our enable.services goody bags which included merchandise such as wireless chargers and stress balls. People also had the chance to spin the wheel of fortune. There were many prizes up for grabs, including an Amazon Echo Show.
Our team was pleased to be able to get back to physical events, and we started off with an exceptional one. We’re looking forward to our next event on the 15th of June – the Software in Construction Show.
To learn more about how our products and services can help your business please get in touch.
I’ve been doing webinars and virtual conferences for the past two years and I forgot how valuable physical events are and with the ease and enjoyment of building new relationships with customers, partners, and prospects. The event gave me an understanding of the needs for digital transformation within the UK Government and its partners.Joseph Bushnell, Sales and Marketing Director
I thoroughly enjoyed my day exhibiting at the event, it was a great atmosphere. The event was a huge success when it comes to both brand exposure to new potential government clients. I valued the chance to engage with people, especially whilst they span the wheel of fortune.Symone Slater, Marketing Trainee