Creating with the Community is the focus of our July event
Creating with the Community is the focus of our June event
Understanding the Impact of Good Customer Communication
ThinkingCX has been selected to the shortlist for the category of Supply Chain Champion Award - Best B2B Business.
The Small Awards, in association with Facebook, will recognise the achievements of small businesses. The Small Awards will take place on 25th May 2017 at Christ Church Spitalfields Commercial Street, London E1 and are hosted by Sue Perkins. The judges for this year’s awards include Former Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable, Emma Jones founder of Enterprise Nation, Dawn Whiteley Chief Executive of National Enterprise Network and former digital and culture Minister Ed Vaizey.
Sandra Dartnell from ThinkingCX went to the Society of Local Council Clerks (SLCC) Practitioners Conference with Viven Cannon Head of Cultural and Economic Services, Leighton-Linslade Town Council to share good practice with council peers.
Taking Your Vision Forward is the focus of our December event
Sales and Marketing is the focus of our November event.
Creating Relationships is the focus of our October event.
Starting Out and Moving Forward is the focus of our July event.
Sandra Dartnell from ThinkingCX went to The University of Bedfordshire to host the Creative Bedfordshire 'Grow Your Creative Business' Conference 2016 which she produced for Bedford Creative Arts.
On Friday 4th March 2016, 80 creative people and businesses gathered at the University of Bedfordshire, Bedford Campus for the 2016 instalment of our annual creative business conference. There was networking, local inspiration and advice around the subject of Growth
GROW YOUR CREATIVE BUSINESS - Creative Bedfordshire Conference 2016. Join us at the University of Bedfordshire for a day of inspiration, peer-led business support and networking.
Self-employed design consultant and strategist Sandra Dartnell talks about the value of provoking people to take a fresh look at the assets they already have.
Watch her 6 minute Pecha Kucha story The Value of Reimagining Something presented at Pecha Kucha St Neots, Vol 4.
Connecting With Your Audience is the focus of our January event.
Planning to Succeed is the focus of our December event.
ThinkingCX went to Bedford to talk about creative thinking and to let secondary school students have a go. We explored audience.
The Your Future Careers Fairs are exciting and engaging events for young people aged 14-24 to get directly involved in shaping their future career. Thinking CX was invited to attend by the Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce.
The Your Future Careers Fairs are exciting and engaging events for young people aged 14-24 to get directly involved in shaping their future career! There are 250 Your Future Careers Fairs being delivered by Chambers of Commerce across England, with St Helens Chamber co-ordinating the project. St Helens Chamber secured funding for the Your Future Careers Fairs from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and are working with the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) to deliver this project.
ThinkingCX has been invited to attend by the Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce.
Business Adventures is the focus of our November event.
Enhancing your business by offering workshops is the focus of our October event.
We are having a Creative Show Off (open mic) at our September event.
Enhancing your business by running events is the focus of our July event.
Self-employed design consultant and strategist Sandra Dartnell talks about humans being used as public billboards and why the practice can be socially and emotionally degrading. Watch her 6 minute Pecha Kucha story Shame On You presented at Pecha Kucha St Neots, Vol 1.
Sandra Dartnell took part in Creative Bedfordshire Conference 2015, giving a workshop called Making Design Work For You as part of the day of practical peer-led support. People left the session with a practical understanding of how design could help them communicate better, test their ideas faster, and operate as a brand in spite of being a small business with a small budget.
Creative Bedfordshire Conference 2015 was produced by Kayte Pippett for Bedford Creative Arts at The University of Bedfordshire.