The Norfolk Chamber Business to Business event was held last week and, as always, Naked Element was there.
Ever thought that technology could help your business but weren’t sure how? Have you wanted to talk to experts about the advantages of business software but were afraid of being given a hard sell? Do you have questions about software and technology but were unsure who to ask?
At great opportunity to publicise your own SDK / APIs / Products to be used at the event, and put them to the test and get direct feedback.
On Thursday 11th October Naked Element will be making its yearly pilgrimage to the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s annual B2B event at Norwich City Football Club. We’re looking forward to seeing clients old and new, meeting new people and most of all YOU!
Naked Element are proud to be the main sponsors of Inspired Women’s Big Conversation Conference. Women are under-represented in business, often especially in tech, which is a fact that needs to change. As well as talking and promoting change, Naked Element decided to offer practical support as a sponsor of the Big Conversation. As a [...]
Welcome to our Youth in Tech issue – just in time for the new term! It was no coincidence that our August issue is all about younger developers, but we’ve also included articles about how it is important to never stop learning, even when we might think we know everything! The world of tech is [...]
You’ve seen the adverts from agents seeking rock star and ninja developers, but what does that even mean? In this session, we’ll look at what it takes to be a true rock star developer and we’ll also venture into the space of rock star data scientists. Like true rock stars, we’ll eschew software development and instead focus on attitude, volume, tone and to a lesser extent skills.
Join the best Norfolk and Norwich tech companies for dinner and hear about the new nor(DEV):biz subscription model. Hear from Barclays Eagle Labs Norwich and about the amazing work carried out by the Anchorage Trust while enjoying good food and great company. To round off the evening we’ll be hearing from Jon Bradford.
Breakwater takes the approach that by identifying a ‘platform’ of technologies that work together, standardising networks and procedures, real efficiencies and increased productivity can be created. Of course, staff are the most important element and Breakwater really believe that investing in staff and culture are key to performance.
Anthony will cover topics like tax efficient profit extraction, research and development tax credits, budgeting and forecasting techniques, key performance indicators etc. The aim of the session would be for attendees to be able to take some knowledge away that they can actually use themselves in their business.