Bridgethorne announces second Insights workshop with all proceeds to GroceryAid

By |2018-04-03T09:30:25+00:00April 3rd, 2018|News, Training Academy|

To book your place at our ‘Unlocking Actionable Insights’ workshop in aid of GroceryAid in London on May 17th, click here: https://www.groceryaid.org.uk/get-involved/events/bridgethorne-training/

Training provider Bridgethorne Training Academy has announced it is to run another open workshop entitled ‘Unlocking Actionable Insights’ with all proceeds going GroceryAid, the charity that helps people across the whole of the UK grocery industry.

The one-day course will take place in London on May 17th.

Delegates attending the workshops will leave with a clearer understanding of how they can more effectively engage with retailers. This will include recognising what great insight is, how to get to it and how they can apply it to their everyday operations. Delegates will be shown how insight helps define strategy and lead to better decisions; how to frame questions at the right level to get the right scope of insight, and how to turn insights into implications and prioritised actions for greatest impact.

Comments from previous attendees at the workshop have included:

  • “A thought provoking workshop that focused on delivering the learning in practice not just in theory.”
  • “Thoroughly enjoyed this session. It challenges how I sleep walk into many category projects.”
  • “Really useful workshop with techniques and tools that can actually be used in practice rather than just in theory.”

“Suppliers who really understand the end consumer and shopper and help develop new solutions to meet their needs, are the ones who will win,” explains Paul Weiss, Director of Bridgethorne’s Training Academy. “Our Unlocking Insights workshop in aid of GroceryAid is perfect if you have just one or two members of staff you would like to attend or a whole team. It’s the only open workshop we will be doing and will also provide a great networking opportunity.”

Steve Barnes, Chief Executive of GroceryAid says: “These training workshops offer fantastic learning opportunities for the consumer goods community and we are delighted that Bridgethorne will donate all fees to GroceryAid. Last year we helped over 14,000 grocery colleagues – the funds generated from these courses will help make a real difference to the lives of industry colleagues.”

To book your place, visit: https://www.groceryaid.org.uk/get-involved/events/bridgethorne-training/

 

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