FLOvate pleased to support region’s key economic influencers

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FLOvate, business process management (BPM) experts and creators of the LEAP digitisation platform, was pleased to sponsor the Suffolk Top 100 Influencer event, hosted at Milsoms Hangar on Friday, 18th March. 

The event, co-hosted by the East Anglian Daily Times (EADT) and the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, brought together the region’s Top 100 economic influencers and featured ‘a broad church’ of sectors including members from Suffolk’s financial, manufacturing, facilities and charitable communities.

FLOvate, the only IT company to be represented at the event, was one of a sponsor line-up that included Scrutton Bland, JM Finn & Co, Norse, Prettys and Spring. FLOvate’s Sales Director, Sean Brownell (above, far left) and Rosie O’Neill attended on behalf of the company.

Keynote by group director for Anglian Water and chairman of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Mark Pendlington took the opportunity to welcome the Chancellor’s announcement of a multi-million pound devolution agreement for the East.

He reiterated that building on the success of the digital sector was a key priority for Suffolk, something that will be boosted by the much-anticipated Wet Dock Crossing which will link Ipswich’s ‘IT Hub’ (and where FLOvate is based) with the rest of the town.

At the event, eye-catching banners encouraged attendees to ‘Be The Hero.’ This is part of FLOvate’s campaign to empower business users to move away from restrictive code-based systems and towards the next generation of low-code software development. To learn more, check out our video: The Zero Code Revolution.

More from the Suffolk Top 100 Influencer project:

Key Business Challenges: How Can Business Harness Digital Trends?