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LONDON TECH WEEK: HUMAN CONNECTION x FASHION x ETHICS - Why true connection...

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Black Neon Digital, Fashion Roundtable and Central Working have partnered to bring you a special event to celebrate London Tech Week.

"Why human connection should be at the heart of all technology."

This event will explore how human connection, ethical practices and sustainability should be at the heart of technology and innovation.

Our panel will discuss:

How technology can support fashion sustainability

How we can approach technology in an ethical way to ensure it works for people and society

What true personalisation really looks like

Why customer experience is all about truly understanding and connecting with people

Following the panel discussion, we invite you to ask questions.

Panellists include:

Reema Patel

Co-founder of the Women Leading in AI and programme manager at the Ada Lovelace Foundation.

As programme manager at the Nuffield Foundation, Reema is working to establish the Ada Lovelace Institute, an organisation seeking to ensure that data & AI work for people and society. She is an experienced policy professional who has led various citizen engagement and participation initiatives on complex and controversial policy areas in the UK, including the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) Citizens’ Economic Council, which successfully worked with and influenced the Bank of England’s public engagement strategy. Reema has consulted for a variety of international organisations, including the Danish Board of Technology Foundation and Nextdoor.com, San Francisco based technology social media start-up. She is a fellow of the RSA, founding trustee of a community-run library, and a local councillor.

Steve Lidbury

Executive Principal at Eight Inc.

As Managing Principal in London, Steve leads a team of t-shaped strategic designers and business creatives to deliver holistic, human-centric experiences for world-renowned brands for Eight Inc.’s EMEA region. He works in close collaboration with clients across a multitude of diverse categories to help understand their business, brand and audience challenges, and identify strategic opportunities towards designing a future vision. His engagement is focussed at the creative intersection of the physical, digital and human-designed world, to provide more relevant, integrated and connected experiences for tomorrow’s audiences.

Sometimes called “Apple’s best-kept secret” Eight Inc.’s clients include Apple, Estee Lauder, Tesla and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

Rafaella de Freitas

Policy and Research Assistant, Fashion Roundtable

Rafaella is a Philosophy, Politics and Economics graduate from King's College London. She has previously worked with academic research, acting as a Research Assistant to KCL's Political Economy Department in a project investigating the democratic accountability of regulatory agencies. At Fashion Roundtable Rafaella works across policy initiatives and papers, such as the forthcoming Representation and Inclusion paper.

Moderated by Jodi Muter-Hamilton

Founder & CEO Black Neon Digital

Black Neon Digital works visionaries to build businesses that have integrity. As host of Black Neon Digital podcast series Jodi speaks with leading fashion industry entrepreneurs to explore new ways of working that promote sustainability and craftsmanship whilst embracing innovation.

As Communications Director at Fashion Roundtable Jodi works to develop the business strategy and ensure events, initiatives and services are communicated in the way that makes the most impact. Jodi is extremely passionate about the power of technology, for supply chain transparency and customer experience.

Jodi works with companies who are revolutionising fashion, such as Proximity Insight a retailtech firm who’s in-store platform unifies digital and physical retail for luxury fashion retailers including matchesfashion.com

More Panellists to be announced.

Hosted by Central Working, the UK’s premier homegrown shared workspace provider, transforming the way people work and companies grow. The panel discussion and Q&A session will be followed by an opportunity to network over drinks and snacks in the beautiful Lounge of their Victoria club.

We look forward to you joining us for London Tech Week.

Event Schedule:

18.30 Arrival & Registration

19.00 - 20.00 Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A

20.00 - 21.00 Networking, drinks and snacks


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