Intechnica Confirm Mark Eastham for Winter Chairpersons’ Dinner

Penelope Sowden Associate Consultant

Intechnica has added Avantia Group CEO Mark Eastham as a guest speaker at their second Chairpersons’ Dinner of 2018. Mark will join Intechnica CEO Jeremy Gidlow at the Savoy Hotel in London to speak on driving EBITDA multiple through excellent use of technology.

Mark Eastham joined Avantia Group in 2015 as CEO to accelerate their next stage of growth, unifying the business and technology function and transforming the company into a customer focused, technology and data-driven organisation. Mark will share his insights to help Chairpersons and Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) learn from his experience both good and bad.

Event: Driving EBITDA Multiple with Technology

Date: 1 November 2018

Time: 6:00pm – 11:00pm

Venue: Savoy Hotel, Strand, London WC2R 0EZ

This is an invite only event.

The Winter Chairpersons’ Dinner is set to focus on the lessons businesses can learn from data-driven, award winning financial services organisations, like Avantia Group and other Intechnica clients. It will enable invited guests to apply similar approaches and methods within their own companies to increase business performance and value through technology.

This private evening of dining and networking follows on from the success of the Summer 2018 Chairpersons’ Dinner, which had 24 business leaders in attendance. The event, entitled ‘Increasing Enterprise Value Through Technology: Lessons Businesses Can Learn from a Tech Unicorn’, boasted talks from Intechnica CEO Jeremy Gidlow and N Brown CIO Adam Warne. Guest speaker, Adam Warne spoke about how he was applying the approaches and methods used at, where he delivered technical change and strategy and turned the business into a unicorn, to transform N Brown’s IT function.

About Avantia

Avantia is a privately-owned award winning financial services technology business. Avantia’s brand HomeProtect is an innovating and technology-enabled provider of specialist home insurance, focussing on the most complex consumer risks. HomeProtect uses sophisticated data analysis and AI to determine insurance costs to those households its rivals deem ‘difficult to insure’.

About Intechnica

Intechnica has over 10 years’ experience in Technical Transformation helping 220+ clients, both large and small increase in value through the use of technology. They have created The Digital Blueprint which allows companies to benchmark themselves against the real world best practice of the other digital and tech enabled businesses. Intechnica have offices in Manchester and London. Current clients include AO, Pets at Home, William Hill, Channel4, LDC, ECI and GCA Altium.

If you are interested in driving the EBITDA multiple of your company using technology talk to our expert Technical Transformation team.