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Digital Guernsey Event Programme

Posted on: March 5th, 2014

Wednesday 12 March 2014

08:30 Registration and breakfast, coffee, tea and mini Danish pastries

09:15 Welcome by Rupert Dorey, President of the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce

09:20 Rory Cellan-Jones ‘sets the scene’

09:35 James Cashmore, Google’s products of the future today – GoogleGlass, GoogleLoon and Driverless Cars
Sponsored by Airtel Vodafone

10:00 The Potential of Digital: an inspiring focus on the impact of digital on business models, ways of working and living and customer relationships 

Panel Members: Alex Taylor; Steve Streeting; John Waterworth; Christian Barnett; Tim Loveridge; Pete Johnson

11:00 Real World Success Stories
Tim Loveridge – how financial services are changing
Ollie Browning – self educating by digital means
Colin Vaudin – digital on the front line of Afghanistan
Tim Langlois – TV or not to TV

12:00 Lunch

13:15 Kevin Stewart, Minister for Commerce and Employment introduces the afternoon session

13:15 Real World Success Stories
Jonathan Watson and Ollie Smith – pioneering island tourism through social marketing
Simon Le Tocq – Digital Literacies

14:00 The Reality of Implementation: this panel will examine the challenges businesses face including developing a digital strategy and flexing the organisation to make it happen

Panel Members: Meriel Lenfestey; Pete Johnson; Simon English; Colin Vaudin; Nick Vermeulen; John Hollis; Justin Gale         

15:00 Afternoon tea

15:30 Real World Success Stories
Nick Vermeulen – why digital is important to financial services
Alex Taylor – showcasing his tremr service
Dan Williams – using data to influence the organisational model

16:00 Rory Cellan-Jones round up, conclusion of the day and any Q&A

16:25 Rupert Dorey, closing remarks

16:30 End

With many thanks to our event sponsors:
Airtel Vodafone
Joy’s Production Services Ltd

C5 Alliance
Fusion Systems Ltd
Healthspan
PwC

CBO Projects
Genting Alderney
Logicalis
Next Generation IT

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