Industry experts join Murray Uniforms to reveal how design can transform business
Business leaders looking to gain a competitor advantage are being encouraged to book the last few remaining spaces at Murray Uniform’s forthcoming design and innovation conference.
Taking place on Tuesday 5th September at Breadsall Priory, industry experts including speakers from Microsoft and Siemens will be revealing insights on how a design-led strategy can elevate and transform business. Delegates spanning CEOs and C-Suite executives will be able gain actionable insights on gaining a competitive advantage through design, where work uniform is far more than hardwearing.
Established in 1918, Murray Uniforms is one of the UK’s leading uniform and workwear businesses, combining industry knowledge with design knowhow, using research and alternative approaches to deliver a bespoke design solution. This includes working with those wearing a uniform to gain feedback and insights, conducting industry research, and tapping into new and emerging design trends. The creation of bespoke clothing concepts, which aim to be sustainable today and, in the future, have been adopted by a raft of leading brands across a range of sectors. These include BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, City Electrical Factors and Card Factory.
Murry’s conference, which is titled ‘Think Design for Competitive Advantage’ will feature its own expert team who will share industry design solutions and several external speakers. These are Ray Stenning from Best Impressions, Prof Alan Norbury from Siemens, Jag Sihra and Microsoft’s Richard Potter. Spanning a variety of backgrounds, the speakers will offer powerful insights into how design led thinking can help businesses gain a march on competitors, elevating and transforming business.
From AI to clothing psychology, the range of topics will have broad appeal:
Ray Stenning from Best Impressions will explain the psychological impact of design and its impact on decision making
Prof Alan Norbury, Chief Technologist from Siemens will look at how design is used to enable the pace of innovation in a competitive world
Jag Sihra, the ex-BA and Virgin Atlantic designer will take delegates through the best of design and how it impacts everyone
Richard Potter, Board Legal Advisor on digital transformation at Microsoft focuses on Generative AI vs human creativity, asking will the Metaverse be the new home to showcase design output
Following the session, delegates are invited to a networking afternoon where they can connect with CEOs and C-Suite executive across a diverse range of sectors. Activities include golf on the Priory course, a spa session and one to one updates with the Murray team. Guests can further extend the networking opportunity by staying for a special dinner.
To secure a place at the September conference and find out more details go to https://murray2023.weebly.com/