Directions EMEA 2022
Women in Dynamics Series: How to build an inclusive company
Date: 11-11-2022 | From: 11:15 to 12:00 | Room: Hall Y4
In this session we will explore how important it is to create an inclusive culture to hire and keep the very best talent in your organisation.
If talent acquisition, rising salary demands and recruiters are a problem for your business then this session is for you! We will learn about best practice from some of the Dynamics community with practical tips that you can use immediately.
• Why is creating a inclusive culture important to your business
• Top 5 tips
• Panel questions
• Q&A with the audience
• Close and CTA – sign up to the Pledge and attend the Mentoring launch
Bio: Johan Adenmark is CEO of NAB Solutions and SmartApps. He has been in this guild since Navision Financials 1.1 and had most roles himself. He has not been allowed to write code for many years but is having fun anyway spreading the gospel of Business Central.
Bio: Peter joined LS Retail in 2018. He has been working with partner management and channel development for over 25 years at companies such as Microsoft, Navision and started his career at Baan Company in 1997. Peter holds a M. Sc for International Business from Sheffield Hallam University. Prior to joining LS Retail, Peter worked as ISV lead for Microsoft EMEA looking after the largest Global Microsoft Dynamics ISV’s
Bio: Ursula Koller has been Corporate Marketing Lead at Companial (previously QBS Group) since 2020. Her experience in Marketing with well-known companies in the IT industry (A-Brands), such as Oracle, SAP, IBM, and Microsoft, includes a strong focus on the B2B partner business. As a result, she has extensive expertise in the field of business software.
Bio: Vicky has been in the Dynamics community for 16 years. Her organization Bam Boom Cloud has won Business Central Partner of the Year twice. Bam Boom Cloud is a pure SaaS high volume business -laser focused on making Dynamics easy for SMBs. They have operations in UK, USA, Canada and Germany. Vicky is a strongly believes in creating a more equitable community where who you are, where you come from and who you love should not matter.