Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you have any questions or comments about this page please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE UBM Live
LONDON, May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
London Technology Week's Tech Transformation Forum (http://www.techtransformationforum.com) announces the completion of its speaker line-up with Boe Hartman, Barclay CIO, Barclaycard confirmed to speak on 18 June 2014.
Boe Hartman along with speakers from Intel, TechCity, John Lewis, Forrester Research, BBC and Evrythng will arm C-level executives, strategists, visionaries, marketers and IT professionals with the information they need to harness technology for business transformation; sharing new statistics, emerging best practice and real-life case studies.
Kit Malthouse, Deputy Mayor for Business Enterprise, will open the summit with his vision of London's potential as the world's leading business and tech hub followed by David Smith, Futurist & Chief Executive, GFF (Global Futures and Foresight), exploring in a 30-minute session the 'Ten Economically Disruptive and Inspiring Technologies You Need to Know about'.
Later in the morning Josh Bernoff, VP/Principal Analyst, Forrester Research, will deliver a session 'The Mobile Mind Shift: Engineering Your Business to Win the Mobile Moments', describing how mobile moments are defining new business opportunities - and challenges, covered extensively in his upcoming book 'The Mobile Mind Shift'.
With an emphasis on practical advice for aspiring enterprises and start ups, C-level professionals from Intel, Connected Digital Catapult, TechCity and Momondo Group will lead a panel 'What's Dictating the Agenda Now?' discussing how to use IT to create economic boost, cost and infrastructure optimisation and what the government needs to do to support the tech sector and business.
There will be sessions about technology as a supporter of innovation and the new and emerging business models being shaped by the Internet of Things led by David Bott, Chairman, Oxford Biomaterials, Director, EotR Solutions, Former Director of Innovation Programmes, Technology Strategy Board and Andy Hosbawn, Founder & CMO, Evrythng.
The Summit will close with leaders from five London-based business-leaders from Snap Fashion, BookingBug, Makielab, Technology Will Save Us and Hassle.com sharing their stories on the challenges and successes of building a high-growth, innovative tech business.
"There is nowhere to rival London for tech firms to thrive and grow - we have the talent, the investors, and the entrepreneurial spirit." - The Mayor Boris Johnson
For further information or to register your place visit: http://www.techtransformationforum.com.
About UBM Live
UBM Live (http://www.ubmlive.com) connects people and creates opportunities for companies across five continents to develop new business, meet customers, launch new products, promote brands and expand markets. Operating in more than 23 countries, UBM Live organises many of the world's largest, most important live events, awards and community sites in a wide variety of industries. Its technology events include Internet World, Technology for Marketing & Advertising, eCommerce Expo, Black Hat Europe, Game Developers Conference Europe and London Technology Week.
About London Technology Week (16-20 June)
The first London Technology Week will showcase London's role as the digital capital of Europe. In a week of face to face events, businesses - from enterprise to start-ups - government, academia and general enthusiasts will come together to showcase London as a global tech leader.
About Internet World (17-19 June)
Tech Transformation Forum runs alongside Internet World, an event designed to enable marketing, tech and IT professionals to define and deliver all aspects of their digital strategies; from online technology, business fulfilment and infrastructure to connectivity and information security. You can register to attend for free at http://www.internetworld.co.uk.
For more information about Tech Transformation Forum, please contact:
©2012 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved.