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Event Time: 6pm
Event date: Wednesday, 13, 24 May 2012
Event Title: Investing in Telecom, Media and Technology in the Digital Modern World
Event Logistics: This event is inspired, project managed and hosted by okra eXpress
Event presenter: Alex Ritson, formally a business and financial reporter and presenter for the BBC
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Event Venue: Portcullis House, Macmillan Room, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, SW1A 2LW.
This event will be entirely driven by a greater focus on maximising investment opportunities in the Telecom, Media and Technology Sector. This event will drum up support for increased investment in the TMT sector and would focus on positives, prospects and potentials.
Confirmed formidable speakers and industry experts
Emily Macmanus is a Solicitor at Mishcon de Reya. Emily advises companies, individuals and not-for-profit organisations across a wide range of commercial disputes. In particular, she advises on defamation (in both print and electronic media), breach of privacy and interest-related issues and provides both pre and post-publication advice.
Mr. William So, former President of China Unicom (Europe) Operations Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of China Unicom, one of the largest full service telecom operators in China
This event will be presented by Alex Ritson, formally BBC’s financial and economic presenter
Alex Ritson, is formally a business and financial reporter and presenter for the BBC. Alex worked for programmes including BBC2’s News Night, World Business Report and spent a year in Brussels as the BBC’s Europe Business Correspondent, reporting on business and economic events for BBC TV, Radio and Online. Alex Ritson, an Executive MBA professional has chaired some of the biggest financial conferences in the World, including the AIE 2010 event in Cannes.
6pm Guests arrive
Welcome and opening remarks
Presentations - Q &
7 Networking session, meet, greet and interact with guests
7.30pm Event Closes
Formidable speakers and industry experts will enlighten us on the following key areas
The BBC interviewed a formidable speaker from the okra eXpress event. You can request a copy of the interview via Mp3 player by sending an email Bertha Oluwole, via email@example.com
Is technology going bananas? Are you able to guess what the next sound would be like?
The students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have managed to develop a banana piano
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students' invention's turns bananas into keyboard. The inventors think technology can be used as a tool to fuel creativity. BBC's Naveena Kottoor reports.
Last updated 7 June 2012, at 14.49pm. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18303012
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