Finding Time for the Future - Techniques to Successfully Build a Roadmap for Tomorrow's Technology

In this event run by digital product business, Apadmi, they're setting time aside to look towards the future and focus on evolving technologies and customer experience.

09

Feb

Thu

,

9

Feb 2023

8:30 am

Anchorage 2 Salford, The Quays, Manchester M50 3XE

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09

Feb

Thu

,

9

February 2023

8:30 am

Anchorage 2 Salford, The Quays, Manchester M50 3XE

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We're all so busy fighting fires at work every day, that it's not often we get to lift our heads and look to the future. And when we do, how do we know if we’re getting it right?

This exclusive Breakfast with Applied Futurist, Tom Cheesewright, who works with global organisations like NASA, Google and Pepsi to help them think more clearly about the future, is a great opportunity to find out how to be better at looking forward.

Fresh from sharing his predictions on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch, Tom will be sharing key pointers on new technologies, their impact on customer experience automation and tips about how to think about the future in your business.

Join us as we give you an excuse to focus on the future, ask questions - and grab some insight to get you started.

On the Agenda: 

08:30 - Registration, breakfast refreshments and networking

09:00 - Welcome from Marcus Hadfield, Chief Strategy Officer at Apadmi

09:10 - Keynote from Applied Futurist Tom Cheesewright

09:30 - Panel discussion with changemakers from across the digital industry

09:45 - Audience Q&A

10:00 - Networking and event close

Feeling lost about where to direct your innovation efforts for the future? This event will give insights and tips to think about the future for your business.

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