How the internet of things is transforming the marketplace

How the internet of things is transforming the marketplace

VIC
Nov 18
In CEDA's first New Economy breakfast, join one of Australia's leading experts on the "internet of things" for new insights into this emerging wave of technological change and how it will impact your business.

Speakers

Mike Briers AO, Chief Executive, The Knowledge Institute; Director, The Yield; Director, Rozetta Technology; Professor of IoT, University of Technology Sydney

Event overview

The “internet of things” will be a key factor in the transformation of our future growth industries. Join CEDA for new insights on how this will impact your business, where we could develop world-leading capabilities, and how to harness the power of data and technology as a driver of innovation and economic growth.

CEDA welcomes Mike Briers AO, serial entrepreneur and one of Australia’s leading thinkers on the latest big wave of technological and industrial change. Mike was named in the Knowledge Nation 100 as Australia’s chief evangelist for big data and the internet of things, and was recognised in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours Roll for his service to the finance and digital technology sectors.

CEDA’s New Economy Breakfast Series examines the pivotal trends, ideas and new technologies that are fundamentally reshaping our economy, our institutions and our workplaces. It equips today’s leaders with short, sharp insights that will help them to strategically navigate future challenges and opportunities.

Meet the keynote speaker

Mike Briers AO
Chief Executive, The Knowledge Institute; Director, The Yield; Director, Rozetta Technology; Professor of IoT, University of Technology Sydney

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