Build, Measure, Learn - How It's Done at the Financial Times
- Posted: 28/09/2017
The Financial Times will be kicking off our event series for the month of October.
As a world leading publisher of global business news, the Financial Times’ new sites have more features than ever to keep their readers engaged and up to the minute.
Having pioneered successful new digital products and models, they are recognised as an innovator within the media industry.
This Agile London event will focus on measuring and learning. It is through this theme that the FT will present four different discussions exploring ‘Measurement: How We Build, Measure and Learn at the FT.’
About The Financial Times:
One of the world’s leading global business news publishers, the Financial Times is recognised as innovators within the media industry, pioneering successful new digital products and models. Constantly innovating to build the best version of FT.com, the new sites have more features than ever for readers and look polished on all devices. Read more about the FT Engine Room here.
On the night, in no particular order, we’ll have presentations by:
Nick Hayes, Programme Director, “Delivering Against Measurable Outcomes”
Amy Nicholson, Developer, FT.com, “A/B Tests: How We Set Them Up, How We Learn Through Data”
Claire Powell, Senior PM, Editorial Tech, “Lantern: How we Build, Measure and Learn with Internal Customers”
Stephen Elson, Head of Content Platform, “Metadata Metrics for the Newsroom”.
If you are keen to attend, saving your seat for the evening is as simple as joining our Agile London group on our Meetup page. Events of this type are free for all to attend and as our kind hosts will be providing refreshments, we ask that you consider donating to our charity parter, Code Club.
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