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We run monthly FREE events, where we bring together over 2000 passionate visual thinkers from around the world to learn new creative skills! If you are looking to supercharge your workshop engagement, business meetings, training sessions, presentations then join us for a creative fun filled evening !
Visual thinking is becoming more and more crucial in today's complex world to help embed and engage audiences.
"I have had the pleasure of attending four events with The Visual Jam team in the last two years. The first encounter was the ATX BADD in September 2020. From there, I actively sought out opportunities to see them present. In fact, I was so taken with their unique approach and novel tool set that Baird (my employer) hosted them for a lunch ‘n learn and a subsequent workshop for our BA Community of Practice. Fundamentally, I have taken these three reminders from my sessions with them: (1) focus attention; (2) eliminate distractions; and (3) focus where you want to finish. For me, these are part of the foundation of what a business analyst does; I love that I was reminded of them in such a creative way!"
Managing Director IRM UK Strategic IT Training
"I have worked with Paddy and Grant across numerous events including our Business Change and Transformation Conference and our Business Analysis Conference.
Paddy and Grant are a pleasure to work with, I hope I am privileged enough to work with them again!"
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We've got a wealth of video resources on our YouTube channel where you can find previous recordings of our events !
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