LONDON The seminar programme for TechnologyWorld05 has been firmed up with the 13 sessions including one in which Dr Stewart Davies, Chairman of the Science and Innovation Council for the East of England and former head of BT’s research, technology and IT operations businesses, will examine the importance of partnerships and the emerging markets.
Peter Dummett, a specialist trade mark attorney at Dummett Copp, will speak about maximising the opportunities and avoiding the pitfalls in entering new markets while Dr Hugh Burchett, Group Leader at Imaging, Detection and Tracking at Cambridge Consultants, will examine the role of disruptive technology.
Professor Phillip Gray, Director of Quadro Consulting, will describe the process of bringing new ideas to market and Charles Cotton, Director of Library House, will examine the ways early-stage companies and start-ups can obtain funding. Dennis Sharman, Export Sales Director at Casella CEL, will shed light on the topic of export funding and Phillip Khan-Panni, Director of 4C International will lead a masterclass on communicating across cultures.
The TechnologyWorld05 seminars are free and will begin at 10:00 am at Hinxton Hall in Cambridge on May 17.