Daisy and BlackBerry to host event for dealers on January 23


Conference at the Whittlebury Hall & Spa in Northamptonshire will introduce dealers to new solutions and services from the companies, advising them on how they can develop new revenue streams 

Daisy Distribution is hosting an event with BlackBerry on January 23 at the Whittlebury Hall & Spa in Northamptonshire to show dealers the latest solutions and services offered by the companies.

The ‘Evolving Solutions’ conference will enable partners to learn about and discuss the solutions and services offered by Daisy Distribution and BlackBerry, and how to develop new revenue stream opportunities.

BlackBerry UK and Ireland enterprise senior director Mike Gibson will be the keynote speaker, delivering an update on BlackBerry as well as sharing its opinions of collaborative relationships and the future of end-to-end solutions.

A series of workshops will also be run, presenting content including customer engagement, enterprise mobility management, cloud services, technical end-to-end support and devices. Workshops will present new solutions available for next year as well as teach the skills needed to build long-term profitable relationships with customers.

Daisy is expecting 50 people to attend the event. It will run from 12pm to 5pm, with the opportunity to attend a three course dinner in the evening. Guests can also stay overnight at the venue.

Gibson said: “This event will provide the perfect opportunity to introduce partners to the new BlackBerry products that will be launched in 2014. We are happy to have joined forces with an experienced provider to the mobile distribution channel for the event and hope that all those who attend benefit from the collaboration.”

Daisy Distribution marketing director Julien Parven (pictured) added: “We hope that everyone who attends gains something worthwhile and can use it to develop additional revenues and margins. The event will provide the opportunity to network with other partners as well as learning skills needed to improve productivity.”