BA Life Event, 2023

On Thursday 27th April, several hundred attendees will be participating in BA Life’s 2023 event and Hamilton Forth is delighted to be a proud sponsor and ambassador for the event.

BA Life was created by a group of like-minded Business Analysts who share a passion for growth, best-practice, and community. The conference will be packed with over twenty speakers; broken down into three parallel presentations and breakout sessions focussing on the various trends, career paths, tools, journeys and experiences of Business Analysts across the UK.

Hamilton Forth is privileged to once again participate in this year’s event and to learn more about the nuances and inner workings of this community. We will have an online stand set up, so please come along and say hello to the team!


What will the Day Consist of?

A full breakdown of the event can be found on BI Life’s schedule, but in short, there will be 24 speakers running presentations throughout the course of the day. There are two key-note speeches not to miss, a special ‘fireside chat’ to round off the day, and a host of other breakout groups with some light-hearted sessions too.


Where will Hamilton Forth be?

We’ll be there – all day! Two members of our team will be at our virtual booth, so please come and say hello! We’ve created some tables to sit at so you can come and chat with us to learn more about the market, the hiring trends, the symbiotic relationships between business and technology, and anything else you wish to pick our brains on!


How can I get Involved?

Tickets are still available and can be picked up on the BA Life website. For anyone wanting to learn more about the event or discuss the BA market in Scotland and the wider UK, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Hamilton Forth team today: [email protected] or [email protected]

See you on Thursday 27th April!

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