Box UK partnered with with the largest technology event in Wales to deliver a series of workshops and presentations aimed at helping attendees ‘do more digitally’, and chaired a panel on the growing importance of open source software, collaboration, and partnerships in the digital ecosystem.

Box UK’s Managing Director Benno Wasserstein was a key contributor when the Sunday Times wrote an article for their business readers on “when to ignore the advice of experts”, advising why it’s sometimes best to trust your own gut instinct, and why context is always important.

Box UK is a sponsor of the inaugural Wales STEM Awards, established to celebrate those leading STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) in the region; creating an impact on the Welsh economy, addressing the diversity gap and skills shortage, and inspiring and raising aspirations of the next generation.

We’re proud to have supported Box UK team members in delivering informative and entertaining Ignite talks on topics including dyslexic-friendly visual design, focusing on the use of typefaces such as Comic Sans.

With articles on topics ranging from adopting more Agile ways of working to improving the supplier selection process, Box UK has provided Smart Insights’ global audience of marketers with valuable advice to optimise their digital strategies.

Box UK has appeared at the annual MemCom conference on multiple occasions, including as a headline sponsor; providing advice and insight to help membership organisations leverage the latest technological innovations and industry insight to optimise their own digital strategies.

Box UK Business Analyst Allie Brock spoke at SwanseaCon – the leading agile development and software craftmanship conference – about her experiences as a first-time product manager, and the lessons she’s learned working on the award-winning RS Components DesignSpark project.

For several years Box UK has made regular contributions to Information Age, from introductory articles about customer experience mapping to features on how membership and financial institutions might leverage digital technologies to deliver innovative new services and experiences.

Previous Agile Cymru events have seen Box UK team members share valuable insight with attendees, through presentations covering topics including how games can be used to educate people in the key concepts of Agile, and what ‘getting into bed’ with QA can bring to the development lifecycle.

This national newspaper turned to Managing Director Benno Wasserstein for insight into how SMEs might leverage technology for increased innovation in their organisations.

To help its audience of industry professionals work smarter, Lifehacker asked Benno Wasserstein, Managing Director at Box UK, for his personal tips and tricks as part of its “How I Work” series, which looks at how leading industry professionals “get things done”.

Box UK drew on extensive experience defining and implementing sophisticated online strategies in articles looking at digital transformation in the not-for-profit and membership sectors, while the publication has also covered our long-term collaboration with the Royal College of Nursing.

Tech Dragons spoke to Box UK’s Managing Director Benno Wasserstein about the Welsh tech scene and the role Box UK plays within this, having previously profiled the organisation’s successes and ambitious plans for future growth.

Covering Box UK’s long-term and award-winning partnership with TBC Bank, Financial IT took a look at the pivotal role we have played in helping the financial institution grow remote banking transactions by 54% in just 12 months.

Focusing on those issues that matter most to digital marketing professionals, Box UK’s articles for Digital Marketing Magazine have investigated how digital transformation continues to drive innovation, the rise of challenger banks, emerging technology trends and more.

IDG Connect profiled Box UK’s Managing Director Benno Wasserstein as part of its “Typical 24” series, sharing insight into his daily routine. Benno has also contributed to the publication’s “C-suite career advice” series, providing guidance for a global community of IT professionals.

To help HR directors and other senior HR managers keep on top of changes in a fast-paced industry, Box UK explored how investing in internal digital transformation initiatives can not only improve employee satisfaction, but also business performance too.

Box UK has contributed a number of articles to Fresh Business Thinking, including pieces on the importance of style guides to today’s website projects, ways to make online forms more appealing and usable, and the role technology plays in fostering a positive corporate culture.