Wednesday, May 10th from 08:30 AM to 10:00 AM BST
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The Black Penny
34 Great Queen Street
London WC2B 5AA
United Kingdom

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f:Entrepreneur presents: 

Breakfast round table with Emma Robertson

f:Entrepreneur is hosting a free breakfast round table with the inspiring female entrepreneur Emma Robertson of Transform. Come along to the Black Penny in London for some delicious breakfast goodies and the chance to hear all about Emma's entrepreneurial journey and get tips on heading up a business in a digital world. This event will be a round table so come prepared with any questions you would like Emma to help with.

The event is free for small businesses to attend. It will be live streamed on Periscope and Facebook Live so even if you are not in the room you can still get involved.  

The schedule for the workshop is as follows:

08.30 Arrival, breakfast and networking
09.00 Round table with Emma Robertson 
10.00 Event ends

We look forward to seeing you on 10th May for an informative event and small business networking!

**Please note that you do not need to reserve a ticket to watch the event live through our digital channels. Event registration is for attendees only**
Transform brings digital transformation to life through consulting, service design and development. They work with clients to make sense of digital disruption, providing the insights needed to design and deliver new solutions.

About Emma Robertson

Emma is the CEO of Transform, a digital transformation consultancy with expertise across strategy, service design & technology, taking a customer-centred approach in order to deliver the best customer and commercial result for clients. 

She has worked with some of the UK's biggest organisations, helping blue chip and emerging companies to re-orientate their businesses around the ever-changing customer. With extensive experience of the multi-channel market Emma has a strong track record in high profile, results-driven projects for market leading companies including Argos, Hammerson, Maplin, Cycle Republic, Sky, Tesco and Debenhams.

Emma is regularly invited to comment in the press and has chaired streams at Internet Retailing's annual conference for the past 4  years.