Thu, Jun 20, 2019 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM BST
We thought this webinar, hosted by Esri UK, might be interesting to many of you involved with analysing data.
Are you harnessing the best of geospatial data for your business and clients? Do you understand the impact it could have on decisions, operations and strategy?
Join us for a free seminar that promises to look at advances in geospatial data and how it can be used in location intelligence, analytics, operations and logistics.
To register and for more information visit the Geodata Minds seminar web page here
This area is password protected. Only members of the Society for Location Analysis can access presentations.
This event was our second free one-day, invitation only event in Oxford focusing on the Challenges and Opportunities facing retail location analysis and customer insight professionals. The first event in 2018 was well attended and extremely well received. Contributors to the workshop will be drawn from analysts and managers amongst retail, finance and other consumer services, property and retail professional service firms, as well as leading academics and commentators but the day will also rely heavily on the views and contributions of attendees. The workshop comprised of a mixture of presentations and panel discussions amongst practitioners.Read more
The UK’s premier GIS event is fast approaching.
Bringing together over 2,500 GIS enthusiasts, from a wide range of industries, to share knowledge and expertise at a sensational event you won’t want to miss!
To find out more and register, please visit the Esri website here.
Date: March 19, 2019
Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Business success requires precise knowledge about who and where your customers are.
With location intelligence, companies bring different data into one place, using location as a common reference to unlock insights.
Join Esri and our partners to learn how to apply location intelligence and how advanced spatial analysis empowers retailers to make informed decisions, enrich customer experiences, select profitable sites, and increase incremental sales.
Discover the tech trends that are driving growth, predictive analytics, digital transformation, and smarter business strategy.
Date: Thursday 7th February
Time: 6 for 6.30pm start
Venue: Hotel Novotel London West, Hammersmith International Centre 1, Shortlands, London W6 8DR.
Nearest tube: Hammersmith
With the intensive focus on the prospects for UK bricks and mortar retailing in the press over the past few months, our recent – sold out – Manchester event focused on the changing role of retail space and place in the UK. For our February event we’re deliberately focusing on markets outside the UK – looking at success stories of UK firms overseas, and considering the lessons for UK retailing and retail location planning of innovation elsewhere. We’ll follow our speaker sessions, as ever, with an opportunity for networking.
Date: 29th November, 5-9pm
Registration: 5pm. we will start presentations at 5.25pm prompt to ensure we stick to timings.
Venue: Savills, 12 Booth Street Manchester, M2 4AW
Finish: We should wrap up around 7.15 to allow those who need to catch trains plenty of time.
Drinks: Please join us for networking, drinks and refreshments after the event at the Anthologist Bar on St Peter’s Square if you have time.
Self-Guided Study Tour: Download Manchester Desinations
When: 28th November 2018, 9.30 am – 5:00 pm
Where: University of Liverpool, The Foresight Centre 1 Brownlow Street, Liverpool, L69 3GL United Kingdom + Google Map
Who: Dr Dani Arribas-Bel
This is a training and capacity building event organised by the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC), an ESRC funded research project of which Jonathan Reynolds is Deputy Director and Co-Investigator.
When: 16th November 2018, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Where: University of Liverpool (London Campus), 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG United Kingdom – + Google Map
Who: Dr Nick Bearman, FRGS, CGeog (GIS), AFHEA
This is a training and capacity building event organised by the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC), an ESRC funded research project of which Jonathan Reynolds is Deputy Director and Co-Investigator.Read more