This month at Peak: January 2022By Will Lord on January 28, 2022 - 5 Minute Read
How has it come to the end of January already?! A new year means bigger, brighter goals for the Peak team as we carry on our unmissable journey. Find out how our busy start to the year has gone so far in our first This Month at Peak round-up of 2022...
What’s new at Peak?
? Start spreading the news… Hello, New York! We’re over the moon to be able to announce the official opening of our first Peak clubhouse in the United States! This month we opened the doors to our NYC home on Broadway – and now we’re looking to fill it with some more brilliant minds. Head over to our US-specific careers page to take a look at some of the incredible opportunities available as we continue to scale Stateside. Learn more ??
? AI for good: how technology can help society’s most vulnerable. Following on from a fascinating talk at AltitudeX, this article by Peak data scientist Oskar Nummedal tells us the story of Miranda Kaunang and FareShare Greater Manchester. Read it here.
✍️ In this article our AI Consulting Team Lead, George Philipson, explores the role Decision Intelligence has to play in the world of manufacturing! Read his latest blog here ?
? We’re delighted to announce the arrival of Zoe Hillenmeyer as our new Chief Commercial Officer! Joining from Amazon Web Services (AWS), where she was Head of AI Business Development since 2018, Zoe will be responsible for creating and executing Peak’s global commercial strategy as we continue to scale. Find out more.
? We’re thrilled to have welcomed Preeti Ahuja to Team Peak as our new Head of People in India! ? You can learn more about this exciting appointment in this feature from The Economic Times HR World. Learn more.
?? New year, new social channels ✨ Follow our brand new regional pages to learn more about life at Peak India
Between 26-28 January, members of the Peak team were in New York to take part in NRF 2022, Retail’s Big Show. Didn’t get chance to catch up with us? If you want to book a call to discuss Decision Intelligence for retail we’ll be happy to help!
♻️ PepsiCo Implements TVP Solar Thermal Plant for Renewable Heat and Saves 140’000 M³ of Natural Gas at the Sete Lagoas Factory (MG), which will lead to a 280 tonne reduction in Greenhouse gas emissions (the equivalent of planting 18,000 trees ?). Read more now.
?? See how JSW Steel are planning to spend $1 billion to reduce harmful emissions! Go team – check it out here ?
? Bruntwood SciTech’s Leeds tech hub Platform welcomes 18 new tech firms. Exciting times! See more.