Here’s where to see Invisible Technologies at Web Summit

2022 has been a tough year for startups and businesses around the world. Not only have the financial markets collapsed and the risks stalled capital investment accordingly, but phenomena such as the Silent Abandonment and the Great Resignation also had a negative impact. With so many challenges arising, it is difficult to run a business and drive its growth.

This uncertainty has led organizations to prioritize optimization over the past two months, as well as pay close attention to upcoming trends. By doing these two things, organizations can better navigate turbulent times while improving their operations to drive growth. Well, we have good news: this edition of Web Summit promises to be especially useful for those looking to do just that.

Held every year since its inception in 2009, the Web Summit is the largest technology event in the world. Each year, the event brings together some of the world’s leading speakers, companies, experts and media. This edition will be no different, with some of the confirmed names including Changpeng Zhao, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Gleit, Geoff Ralston, Kathleen Breitman, Stewart Rogers, star reporter John Biggs, and of course, our very own Jordan French.

As usual, Grit Daily will host its Annual Speakers and Media Dinner during the Web Summit. The fifth edition is scheduled to take place in November and will feature Suzanne Rabicoff and Hayley Darden of Invisible Technologies. Not only will attendees be able to sample excellent Portuguese food and wine, but they will also learn from two of the world’s foremost experts on what Invisible calls “work sharing”.

By seamlessly orchestrating the work between humans and machines, Invisible Technologies provides a solution to the challenges most organizations face today when looking to improve their efficiency. So far, the company has helped more than 200 clients in 20 industries optimize processes that cannot be automated or outsourced. The benefits are obvious: Improved employee performance and engagement.

Before Invisible, there were only two approaches to making businesses more efficient: operational efficiency (which gave birth to business process outsourcing) and automation (which gave rise to RPA and… other tools). Invisible is at the forefront of a new approach – combining outsourcing and automation – called Worksharing,” Invisible CEO Francis Pedraza explained in a interview with Forbes. “We make it easy to delegate your work – on a Zoom call, on our app, or via email. Virtually overnight, your process will be running on our digital assembly line, and we’ll use a combination of operational excellence and automation to reduce unit costs over time.

Over dinner, Invisible General Manager Suzanne Rabicoff and Chief Marketing Officer Hayley Darden will share why companies like Klarna, ARK Invest, DoorDash, Bolt, Rhino, Artsy and Mercado Libre are adopting Invisible’s solutions. The pair will also be at WebSummitincluding at the Forum.

The fifth edition of the Grit Daily Speakers and Media Dinner will take place on November 2 at the IBO Restaurant from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. WET (Lisbon local time). If you would like to participate with other speakers and media, be sure to take one of the few limited tickets before they sell out.

Juan Fajardo is News Desk Editor at Grit Daily. He is a software developer, technology and blockchain enthusiast, and writer, fields in which he has contributed to several projects. A jack of all trades, he was born in Bogota, Colombia, but currently lives in Argentina after having traveled extensively. Always with a new interest in mind and a passion for entrepreneurship, Juan is an editor at Grit Daily where he covers everything related to the startup world.