Posted on June 4, 2019 by staff

Bigger, better, faster: tech can revolutionise your business


UBER is the biggest transport company in the world, yet it doesn’t own a single taxi.

More people own a mobile phone than a toothbrush.

93% of buying decisions are influenced by social media.

Makes you think, doesn’t it?

UHY Hacker Young Manchester is hosting the UK’s first ever UHY digital and AI focused event at Haydock Park Racecourse on 11th June 2019.

The event offers insights into the rapid pace of change in technology over the last 10 years and explores how AI can solve problems and transform the way businesses operate.

No business is too big to fall and those that don’t keep up with the pace of change in tech fail.


  • Kodak
  • Blockbuster
  • Pan Am
  • Toys ‘R’ Us
  • General Motors

Without a robust innovation strategy, no business will surviveNothing stays the same forever and the best companies are those which are flexible and innovative enough to adapt. This event will bring together the best business minds who will share guidance on why businesses need to be more vigilant than ever in remaining innovative to future-proof their businesses.

Guests will have the chance to hear from industry thought leaders, motivational speakers and how industry-leading technology is paving the way for a brighter future. Ben McBean, double amputee and ex-Marine, will share his story of how he rose from hardship to prosperity by demonstrating courage and determination, showing that with the right mindset you can achieve anything.

The head sponsor at the event is QuickBooks, who are an integral part of UHY’s cloud accounting package.

Over 12 selected exhibitors from software and app providers will offer their expert guidance and offer guests the chance to discuss 1-on-1 how the latest technology could transform their business.

This event is not to be missed and limited spaces are available.  Book your ticket now to avoid disappointment:


For more information please contact Stuart Hurst, Director of Cloud Accounting at UHY Hacker Young on 0161 236 6936 or via email [email protected]