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15th November 2019 Amy Firth

Making Streamlining Sexy – using digital tools to free up your time

What is it about?

Time-saving / Internal Communications / Data interrogation

‘Streamlining your internal processes’ doesn’t sound sexy — but what if you could create cross-team processes that save you hours every week, so you could do more of the creative ‘stuff’ that made you apply for your job in the first place?

Paul has a passion for making our lives easier through simple digital tools. In this interactive session, he will: — walk you through simple ways to understand your data a little better — explore how to improve your internal comms — discuss ways increase your productivity — allowing you to have more time to do the things you really love about your job.

View more information on Digital Marketing Day 2019 and book your place.

What will I gain?

— How technology can simplify your processes

— How you can get the most from your data

— How you can increase internal collaboration and understanding

Who is it for?

Time-poor digital marketers


Paul Blundell| RBA Creative

After a short stint as a disastrous ballet dancer, followed by a degree in environmental information systems and an early career as an arts fundraiser, Paul set up Rupert Blundell Associates Ltd with the aim to merge his interests in digital technology and the arts. The company has flourished for twenty years working with hundreds of organisations in the cultural and not-for-profit sector. Specialising in fundraising, membership and ticketing technologies, some of the organisations he has worked with include the NHS, Historic Scotland, Regional Dance Agencies, Arts Council, MLA, Imperial War Museum, Sadlers Wells, The Vegetarian Society, The Twins Society and The Comedy Store. 

The most important thing he has discovered is that digital is not primarily about the technology itself, but the people who use it. Paul helps individuals and organisations to embrace their potential by learning skills that he believes are no longer the domain of programmers, consultants and data analysts. In particular, his focus is helping cultural organisations to use digital integrations, machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve their productivity and communication skills.