AND Breakfast: The Need for Advanced Analytics Competency Centres with Paul Coby
Location: Ivy Market Grill, 1A Henrietta Street, London, WC2E 8PS
If you are a CIO or CTO and would like to join the discussion, please fill in the form below to register your interest in the event - further details to follow soon.
Paul Coby is currently the CIO of Johnson Matthey - a FTSE 100 multinational chemicals and sustainable technologies company - and a member of AND Digital's Advisory Board. Previously, Paul was IT Director at John Lewis, before becoming the first CIO at the John Lewis Partnership. Paul was also the first CIO at British Airways and has been a non-executive Director at P&O Ferries and Pets at Home; Chair of SITA, the airline cooperative, and is currently on the Board of CYBG.
Passionate about applying IT to the challenges of modern business in a practical way, as a CIO, Paul sees his job as enabling and equipping business to change in line with the way we, and the wider world, continue to change.
The breakfast will run in London (venue TBC) on Thursday 29th of November from 8.15 - 10.30am.
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