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13 June 2018

Capita at the LGA Conference 2018

Birmingham International Convention Centre, 3-5 July

Come and meet Capita at this year’s LGA, where we will be hosting two sessions:

Wednesday 4 July, 11.45 – 12.45, Hall 6 ‒ workshop session:

The Digital Place: exploring the art of the possible

The workshop will look at the art of the possible for the Digital Place and how to innovatively and effectively bring your digital infrastructure together. We will explore the connected citizen, the connected city and connected communities and how you can integrate all these aspects to create one unified and successful Digital Place.

Panellists include:

  • Helen Milner, chief executive, Good Things Foundation
  • Kana Butkovic, chief customer experience officer, Capita One
  • Stuart Higgins, head of smart cities and internet of things, Cisco
  • Debbie Brown, director of service reform, Salford City Council.

Book your place for this event at the Eventbrite website.

Wednesday 4 July, 8.15 - 9.15, Hall 6 ‒ fringe session:

Cities’ industrial strategies: ensuring today’s built environment meets the needs of tomorrow’s local community

At this fringe breakfast, we will explore how we can help further accelerate innovation and deliver fresh investment to drive economic growth, create jobs and deliver prosperity for the public sector across the UK.

Using the Centre for Cities report that examines the growth of sectors and the importance these have on cities and regions, we will consider how existing assets can be re-purposed and re-defined to create and release value for landlords, providing much needed revenue streams, capital receipts and above all else, better places to live, work and play. 

We will explore best practice and new approaches that adopt new strategies to combine economic development with spatial development, infrastructure and digital development, improved sustainability and other services to increase prosperity and inclusion for our local communities.

Panellists include:

  • Andrew Carter, chief executive, Centre for Cities
  • Jim Taylor, chief executive, Salford City Council
  • Edna Robinson, chairman, People’s Powerhouse
  • Deborah McLaughlin, managing director, Capita Real Estate Projects
  • Joanne Roney, chief executive, Manchester City Council
  • Katie Judge, executive manager for business & innovation, Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership.

Book your place for this event at the Eventbrite website.

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