This Tuesday, 21st Sept 10, I’m delivering my Annual “State of the ICT Nation” Presentation for the Prince’s Trust Technology Leadership Group before the ICT Leaders Dinner event sponsored by BT and introduced by Jeff Kelly, CEO of BT Global Services, at BT Tower.
The event was a sell-out some five months ago and, at £1250 a ticket, will raise well over £60,000 for the Prince’s Trust. This is my 12th such speech for the Trust since 2002 which, in total, have now raised over £850,000.
I’ll bring you the full monty for the speech later in the week but it’s all about earthquakes this year.
You see, Earthquakes don’t just happen. They are the end result of huge pressures built up over long periods of time. Indeed, it is very like the seismic shifts that are taking place right now in the ICT industry as the tectonic plates of the old and new business models rub up against each other with earth-shattering consequences.
Each of the current seismic shifts have been identified in the previous eleven speeches since 2002 when “IT’s all over now” introduced a sceptical audience to the idea that the ICT industry was actually entering a long deflationary period. This year’s speech brings all the themes together to forecast that the industry is facing the most explosive period in its 50 year history.
The CEOs of many of TechMarketView’s clients will be present so Anthony & I look forward to seeing you again atop BT Tower on Tuesday night
Posted by Richard Holway at '14:30'
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