Public Sector event

The Hitachi Social Innovation Forum

Venue:
The Berkeley, London
Date:
28 Nov 2017
Synopsis:
The Hitachi Social Innovation Forum presented by The Telegraph will unite 150 senior influencers from UK, European and Global markets, and amplify the message that social innovation can lead to the creation of a safer, smarter and healthier future, through societal consensus and leveraging transformative IoT technology.
Details:

The Hitachi Social Innovation Forum presented by The Telegraph will unite 150 senior influencers from UK, European and Global markets, and amplify the message that Social Innovation can lead to the creation of a safer, smarter and healthier future, through societal consensus and leveraging transformative IoT technology.

Focusing on the key drivers and platforms for Social Innovation - public sector co-creation and industrial IoT - the day is split into two sessions in order to facilitate focused discussion and tangible take-aways around each key area.

The public sector session - Co-Creating Change

The public sector session provides practical insights for public sector Heads of Planning, CIOs, CEOs and Head of Digital from Government and local authorities.

Key themes being covered include; reducing complexity, transforming public sector organisations, removing barriers to co-creation and effectively re-structuring delivery networks for products and services.

The private sector session - The Industrial Internet of Things

The industrial IoT session caters to private sector CIOs, CEOs, CTOs, Head of Digital, Head of IoT and other experts across multiple sectors from FTSE 350 companies in the transport, telecoms, financial services, construction, oil & gas and automotive sectors.

Key themes being covered include; Best-practices and working solutions for IoT in industry, where industries can collaborate and discovering the improved efficiencies driven by IoT.

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URL:
http://tinyurl.com/ycszofwe
Contact:
For more information email soosyan.eng@telegraph.co.uk or call +44 (0) 207 931 3986