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London North Branch - The Vortex of Change - will you succeed?

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BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT

First Floor, The Davidson Building

5 Southampton Street

London

WC2E 7HA

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Speaker(s): Iain Beckingham, CTO, Intel UK

This event is relevant for everyone interested in IT and the future.

In association with BCS ELITE

The vortex of change continues all around us
– inside the company, with our customers and partners.

A new norm is here and now.

Business models are being turned upside down
– the hunters now the hunted, global equalization
– size is no longer a guarantee of success.

The innovative survive and thrive …
the nervous and slow go under …

At this event we’ll consider some of the changes happening globally.

Are we in an inevitable shift to digital business?
How are you approaching some of this change?

Come and join us to learn and share views on this important topic.

Speaker Biography:

Iain has over 24 years of technology industry sales knowledge spanning vertical industries as well as ISV’s and OEM partners.
He is currently Data Center Sales Director and CTO for the UK at Intel. He was previously Director of Cloud Service Providers Group EMEA. He joined Intel in 1996 and has held a variety of positions in both Sales and Marketing.

Agenda:
18:00 - Registration, please sign in at ground floor security desk when you arrive.
18:30 - Event start
20:00 - Event ends

About the organiser:
This event is organised by the BCS London North Branch, find out more about the group at www.nlondon.bcs.org/home.htm.

Things to note:
This event may be filmed and the recording used for future publicity.

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

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First Floor, The Davidson Building

5 Southampton Street

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WC2E 7HA

United Kingdom

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