If you want to learn about the latest office technology, network with other local businesses and take away some key learnings on personal and business health and wellbeing then come along to the Sharples Technology Day on Friday 8th November 2019. See the latest innovations in action, listen to guest speakers and enjoy informal networking over lunch.
Marriott Hotel Liverpool City Centre
One Queen Square
Intelligent automated scanning for business.
Save energy & reduce waste with inkjet printing.
Cutting-edge, simple to use audio visual.
Retail & Hospitality in-house point of sale print solutions.
IT support & cyber security solutions
Tech and software to speed up your business processes and workflow.
This session explores health and wellbeing at work, looks at the Active Travel initiative and its benefits, as well as discussing home-working and its impact on the climate emergency.
We will examine business and the environmental challenge, and the types of initiative that businesses might consider as they look to play their part in creating a healthier, sustainable environment.
This session looks at the Cyber Security threats that face the average SME, who is behind them, what motivates them and what you can do to defend yourself and your business from today’s cyber threats.
Revolutionise your scanning with fast, efficient and interruption-free document capture from Alaris. Simplify and streamline workflows with one button document capture. Onboard huge batches of information with no hassles. Anticipate workflow issues and power past them. Protect against damaged documents and lost data.
Take the Epson Inkjet Power Challenge with this energy saving and environmentally friendly printing. Epson’s revolutionary inkjet technology cuts power consumption, reduces electricity bills and minimises waste. Making it the greenest print solution. Ever. Plus large format technical printer, perfect for CAD drawings, GIS, architectural and engineering technical drawings.
IDNS bring you the latest Audio Visual Solutions. Whether you’re interested in Projectors or you want to deploy a large-scale Touchscreen project to make real time collaboration a reality, our experts are here to share best practice and advice. IDNS will also be demonstrating their sign in and badging solutions when you arrive!
Bring your high quality visuals, point of sale and signage print in-house. No need to outsource as you can now print everything from small price tags and labels to 1.2m hanging and floor banners. Print vivid, artwork-true colour on a range of media, including waterproof and UV resistant. Fast, flexible, no minimum print runs.
Ask Pro-Networks experts any question on IT and security. Including the IT services required to keep your business running securely. Network monitoring, data back up and recovery, cloud services, disaster recovery and IT support.
Toshiba bring the latest in workflow software solutions that will transform your efficiency. See how you can streamline your business processes, administration, filing and handling systems. And reduce storage space and bolster your GDPR compliance.
09:00 Registration, Refreshments & Networking
Exhibitor stands, equipment demonstrations and product displays throughout the day
10:00-10:20 Seminar 1. Paul Nolan, Director, The Mersey Forest
Business and the Environmental Challenge.
11:00-11:20 Seminar 2. Steve Densley, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Active Cheshire
Health and wellbeing at work.
12:00-12:20 Seminar 3. Dave McKay, Data Protection Officer, Pro-Networks
Cyber security – defend your business.
12:30-13:30 Lunch & Networking
Exhibitor stands, equipment demonstrations and product displays throughout the afternoon
13:30-16:00 Technology demonstrations
Exhibitor stands and demonstrations with experts on hand for advice.
16:00 Event Closes
Paul Nolan, Director, The Mersey Forest – A long term programme of environmental regeneration delivering economic, community and environmental benefits across Merseyside and North Cheshire. To date, the project has seen an incredible 9 million+ new trees planted.
Read more about Paul’s seminar:
In 2018, the government launched a 25-year Plan for the Environment with an aim of handing over a better-quality environment to our children, a laudable aim, supported by all political parties. It is hard to see many people arguing against this ambition. In Oct 2019, the Environment Bill was announced, putting into law some aspects of the Environment Plan and allowing for binding targets to be set.
But the scale of the challenge we all face is enormous.
The recent report on wildlife in the UK showed rapid loss of species and habitats. It is likely that we are deforesting in England, at a time when more woodland is needed.
To keep global temperature below 2 degrees, we will need rapid decarbonisation of our economy and that will make business as usual almost impossible.
And the next generation are the ones arguing that we need to do better, to provide them with an environment – and by that we really mean a place to live – that is at least as healthy as that which we enjoy today.
Many of the issues we face need national, government led action. But we can all act locally. There is a route through these challenges that perhaps can secure business, jobs and prosperity for our and future generations – if we act smartly and quickly.
Many businesses are already making changes to how they do business to reduce their carbon impact and their reliance on non-renewable materials. In many cases businesses have “done well from doing good” saving money or gaining competitive advantage.
The Mersey Forest is an initiative celebrating 25 years of environmental action this year. We have planted more than 9 million trees and helped to adapt towns and cities to projected climate change. But, we still have lots to do and like businesses we also need to rethink how we achieve our goals to reduce carbon and maximise the positive impact we can make.
The presentation will look at what business might consider as it looks to play its part in creating a healthier, sustainable environment.
Steve Densley, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Active Cheshire – Engaging, educating, enabling, inspiring and influencing the local community as well as a wide range of organisations, stakeholders and partners to move more. Active Cheshire’s mission is to embed physical activity into all aspects of everyday life by 2040.
Dave McKay, Data Protection Officer, Pro-Networks – Cybercrime and cyber security is a complex topic, but a very real threat to business. Stay informed on maintaining your cyber health with the very latest hardware, software, training and compliance options.