The Better Tech Symposium – location and speakers confirmed

25 October 2015 | ResolutionPossible

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Confirmed venue:

 

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On the third floor of the Triangle Building
Stables Market just off Chalk Farm Road
Camden
London NW1 8AB

Confirmed speakers:

We are so proud to announce the following confirmed speakers:

Assheton Carter – The Dragon Fly Initiative
Nic Jackson – Not On The High Street
Bandi Mbubi – Congo Calling
Adrian Niculescu – Sara Global Ventures/Londonpreneurs for London Entrepreneurs
Martijn Tjho – Kwamecorp

Keep an eye on the Better Tech Symposium webpage for more details about these remarkable people.

What is the Better Tech Symposium?

Resolution:Possible’s Better Tech Symposium on Friday 06 November 2015 will be a a tech event unlike any other tech event. Leaving technological discoveries and advancements, marketing strategies, scaling, growth, and sales for what they are for the day, we are going to go back to basics and address the issues created by tech currently affecting people and planet.

The Symposium is an all-day event, open to anyone from the tech industry as well as social sciences (including international development, economics, politics and human rights), businesses, government, students and academics, consumers and more.

Not registered yet? Register now.

We want to have a conversation with people from all these different backgrounds about the impact tech is having on our world in terms of the environment, social structures and economies. We’ll look at the impact of current devices, apps and services on today’s society, as well as the complex processes of the supply chain of electronics. We will ask you whether or not you think these are issues the tech industry should be concerning itself with, or if it is up to someone else. We will also be looking at what ‘better tech’ means to all of us and who is already attempting to make better tech.

If you have not yet registered for the event: you can do so now. The event is free, but you do need to sign up in order to get in.

More information can be found on the Better Tech Symposium page and don’t forget: register for the event now if you want to attend.

We look forward to seeing you in on 06 November 2015.

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