Archive for the ‘Forthcoming events’ Category

Bax to run a segmentation workshop at the isbi schools conference for Prep Schools

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

As a school’s marketer, what’s your greatest challenge?

The isbi schools Marketing and Admissions Conference for Prep Schools 2013 is to be held at St. George’s, Ascot on the 20th September 2013.

The focus for this year’s conference is – Differentiate Innovate Influence Engage

The theme

“Successful organisations are realising that the traditional ways of differentiating from the competition no longer propel growth, but will simply allow parity with the competition. The demand on schools to be seen to stand out from the crowd, identify their unique selling point and develop a competitive positioning has never been greater.

This year’s conference will tackle three specific areas of differentiation, with a focus on practical solutions and transportable knowledge. We know that schools are struggling to articulate what makes them the ideal choice for their target market….”  isbi schools

Steve Bax, MD of Bax Interaction. will deliver a workshop entitled

How to segment your target market for the best results

For more details on the workshop click here

 

BIL MD to talk at Very Early Lunch Club on 17th May

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007

BIL MD to talk at Very Early Lunch Club on 17th May

 Steve

Bax, the MD of BIL, will give a talk entitled “Marketing Planning that works!” at the Very Early Lunch Club in Bury St

Edmunds later this month.

 The venue is the Angel Hotel and the start time is 7.45am.

Steve will present

some tips on marketing planning that attendees can take away and apply within their own organisation immediately.

To

find out more and to book your place please visit http://www.memltd.com/?pageid=event&eventid=525

Bax Interaction is appointed by Europa Science to ensure the success of its first conference

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

Bax Interaction is appointed by Europa Science to ensure the success

of its first conference

Bax Interaction Limited (BIL), has been appointed by Europa Science, a young publishing

company specialising in European scientific, technical and medical markets, to provide sales and marketing support to

ensure the success of its first conference.

The conference, entitled Machine Vision in European Manufacturing, is

the first of its kind and is aimed at all those involved in the purchase and specification of vision systems for use in

manufacturing industries across Europe. The conference is being staged by one of Europa Science’s publications, Imaging

and Machine Vision Europe, and is seen as a natural development of the high profile that this title has in the

sector.

This conference is endorsed by the UK Industrial Vision Association, supported by the European Machine

Vision Association and is targeted at a select audience of directors and senior managers from the manufacturing sector. An

all-inclusive package is offered to delegates to provide a first-class conference experience in a UK centre of

innovation.

The conference will be staged at St John’s College in Cambridge on the 13th and 14th September

2007.

World-class speakers on the subject of machine vision applications have already been secured from Daimler

Chrysler AG Group Research and the European Machine Vision Association with more to be added in the very near

future.

Commenting on the appointment, Steve Bax, the MD of BIL, said “ We are delighted to have been appointed to

assist in the successful delivery of this exciting new conference. This new event on the calendar is taking a refreshing

approach to adding value for the delegates by focusing on presenting real life experiences from those who have applied

vision systems to their manufacturing processes. This is very different from the more traditional trade conference approach

where the supply side speaks! The BIL team will provide the specialised sales and marketing support that Europa Science

needs to ensure that their first conference is a measurable success for the delegates and their companies, the speakers and

Europa Science itself.”
For more information on the Machine Vision in European Manufacturing Conference and Europa

Science please contact Warren Clark at warren.clark@europascience.com

alternatively visit www.imveurope.com/mvem

For more information on Bax

Interaction and how it can make marketing work for your organisation please contact Steve Bax at

href="mailto:steve@baxinteraction.co.uk">steve@baxinteraction.co.uk or call him on 01223 864011 alternatively visit the

site at www.baxinteraction.co.uk

ENDS

Machine Vision in European Manufacturing Conference

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

Machine Vision in European Manufacturing Conference – 13th and 14th

September 2007 – St John’s College Cambridge

A NEW one and a half day conference for all those involved in the

purchasing and specification of vision systems for use in manufacturing across Europe.

  • A full

    programme of application studies from blue-chip manufacturers

  • Learn from their experience how to make

    significant improvements to the bottom line through quality control and improvement

  • Meet suppliers and

    network with other vision users

  • Fully inclusive package consisting of:- 2 nights accomodation in

    historic St John’s College including a conference dinner and refreshments during the days, a welcome drinks reception with

    excursions on the River Cam on traditional punts, parking and transfers (available at certain times from Cambridge Station

    and Stansted Airport)

  • Bring your partner packages also available

For further information and

to book online visit www.imveurope.com/mvem

BOOK EARLY – THIS EXCLUSIVE

CONFERENCE IS LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 100 PLACES

PEM sponsors the 8th Cambridge Enterprise Conference

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

PEM sponsors the 8th Cambridge Enterprise Conference

The PEM

Group is sponsoring the Cambridge Enterprise Conference for the first time.

This new marketing approach for the firm

clearly positions PEM as a major provider of integrated accountancy and business services to the Cambridge� techology

sector.�

The� conference will take place at Churchill College, Cambridge, UK on Wednesday 5th September

2007.

� The theme for this year is “Growing Big Gorillas”
Why do so few European technology

businesses grow into large, world-beating ones? Is it because of differences in the business environment? Is it because

European and US entrepreneurs have different ambitions? Is Europe capable of producing the next Microsoft, Oracle or

Google? How do companies achieve substantial growth anyway, and how do they decide whether to sell to a big company or to

try to grow their own Big Gorilla?

The 8th Cambridge Enterprise Conference aims to discuss these questions and

others relating to the issue of growing large knowledge-based companies.

For more information on the conference

please visit

href="http://www.cambridgeenterpriseconference.co.uk/">www.cambridgeenterpriseconference.co.uk

For more

information on the services provided by PEM please visit www.pem.co.uk