Dates announced for 2014 AR Forum and AR leaders’ workshop

Analyst Relations professionals are under pressure to deliver real business value. Though we are all intrinsically motivated to deliver value, what does business value really mean for AR? What does the business expect? How do we meet and exceed those expectations?

That’s the focus of the 2014 Analyst Relations Forum, which will centre on the topic “Delivering Business Value through Analyst Relations”. The one day forum will be held on Tuesday September 16 2014 in the Grade 1 listed historical building at the centre of King’s College London. On Wednesday 17 September, a leaders’ workshop in Somerset House will draw together themes from the day and set a plan of work for the coming year.

As AR professionals strive to drive company success we grapple with defining the key success factors, acting as a catalyst for sales, marketing and product management, and establishing ourselves as a valuable sounding board for corporate strategy.

The Analyst Relations Forum 2014 on Tuesday 16 September 2014 will address these opportunities and more. We’ll learn together how AR pros can shape our programs to deliver utmost business value. We’ll explore a variety of compelling topics to uncover how we can generate significant impact on the other business functions in our organizations. The Forum will address such opportunities with a forward-looking agenda about the potential power of AR, quieting any questions about AR’s right to even exist.

To request an invitation, please contact us.

Duncan Chapple

Duncan Chapple is the preeminent consultant on optimising international analyst relations and the value created by analyst firms. As SageCircle research director, Chapple directs programs that assess and increase the business value of relationships with industry analysts and sourcing advisors.