We will cover the last 6 months, looking in detail at how COVID-19 impacted daisy Communications as well as businesses in general. The steps and measures we took to ensure that our business remained operational and in a place to be able to support customers and partners.

Charting the timeline through businesses being placed into lockdown, the gradual re-emergence and looking ahead to the future, we will explore the varying degrees to which businesses will adapt and evolve and the acceleration of their digital transformation journey, exploring how partners are ideally placed to support the journey and the key opportunities that are presenting themselves leading into the announcement of the new Daisy Preferred Partner Programme and its Getting Britain Working initiative.

Within this partners can experience the benefits of working with Daisy; how its size and scale leads to it enjoying tier-1 vendor relationships, which in turn lead to exclusive propositions and incentives made available to the channel. The Daisy Preferred Partner Programme is available to all the channel and is built to reward commercially while letting Daisy take care of all the back off. And ultimately how Daisy can help partners achieve their business ambitions, be that growth, cash generation or simply a means to follow an exit strategy.
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 · 3:00 PM London (GMT +1:00)
  • Daisy Communications’ learning throughout the whole COVID pandemic and the changes it has made to our business.
  • How businesses are adapting to new and different ways of working and how channel plays an integral part in their recovery.
  • A view to the future and where we see business going and the opportunities that journey brings.
  • How Daisy Communications has restructured its indirect channel to protect and stimulate the channel.
  • The component parts of a new channel proposition to cater for partners of all shapes and sizes and how we deliver value to all in their business goals.
Julien Parven
Director of Partner Business
Working across both the direct and indirect channels Julien is responsible for the marketing activities across Daisy Communications. However Julien is also responsible for leading the indirect channel of the business, leading it to become the channel’s prominent provider and creating programmes and initiatives the lead the channel into becoming the key component to Get Britain Working again. Julien has almost 20 years’ experience within the channel having occupied roles within mobile distribution and across the whole telecoms space both within and outside of Daisy.
Charlotte Hathway
Charlotte Hathway is the editor of Comms Business and writes content that looks to inform and educate the Channel about the latest technology and business developments across the sector. Prior to her current role, she wrote for other MA Business titles New Electronics, Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today.

Before moving into journalism, she spent five years working in public relations and has worked with various technology companies spanning telecommunications, cyber security and software development.