Keep Calm - Want to be a Millionaire?

When: 14th Dec 2016, 17:45 - 14th Dec 2016, 20:15
Where: BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA
Town/City: London
Organiser: BCS North London Branch
Price: Free to attend for both BCS Members, ISACA Members and Non-members
Further Information: Further Information

This is a joint event between BCS North London Branch, West London Branch and ELITE

Register for 1 or both of the following:
Part 1: ‘Calm’ start 6:15pm
Part 2: ‘Millionaire’ start 6.45pm

Event end approx. 8:15pm, then informal networking with light food & drink

What do you need to feel happy and successful?

(1) inner peace, (2) outer wealth, (3) social recognition, (4) a mix of 123, (5) other?

Come to this event to consider (1), discuss (2), seek (3), benefit from (4).
And how about some NLB Xmas cheer to help you with all 5?
6:15 p.m. Part 1: ‘Calm 20’ (**Quiet session - no entry after 6:15 pm**)
Wind down after your busy day - join us for 20 minutes of relaxation and calm reflection. Our chair-seated guided meditation could help you find some inner peace. No special clothing or training required - come as you are!
Facilitator: Margaret Barron, Personal Development Trainer [+ Shashin Shah]
Margaret has a BA in Adult Education and Training. She has been studying meditation with the Brahma Kumaris for over 24 years. She is passionate about people recognising their inner potential and bringing this into their lives.

6.35 p.m. Also in Part 1: ‘Stay Calm ) - are we Millionaires?’
Presenter: Shashin Shah, Managing Director, One Point  (+ Dalim Basu)
Shashin is a FBCS, Management & IT consultant with extensive experience. He worked for Logica, Deloitte and Andersen, then established consulting companies specialising in Enterprise Architecture, Open Source Systems Integration and Big Data for small to large firms. He has been involved with meditation and reflective practices for many years.

6.45 p.m. Part 2: ‘Want to be a Multi-Millionaire?’
What could you achieve? Have you got what it takes to be a multi-millionaire? Come and meet someone who does.

Presenter: Josh Valman, CEO, RPD International
Josh began engineering aged 10, in robotics. He entered TV show ‘Robot Wars’, then went on to teach himself engineering using Google, designing complex components and systems whilst still at school. Aged 14 Josh began working in China to manufacture the components he was designing. Josh is now the 21-year-old CEO of a London-based company powering more than 100 corporate R&D departments around the world. RPD helps organisations quickly develop new products, test them in the market, and scale for the first 12-24 months, reducing the cost and risk of validating new markets and products.

Come to meet Josh and to hear about his motivations, how he made his first million, what he does now, his plans and ambitions for the future, and his questions, tips and ideas for you.

Please note that those registering under ISACA agree to have their details passed on to ISACA for verification purposes.

We are using BCS 'no-show monitoring' for free event tickets.
This follows the high number of 'No-Shows' at recent NLB free events (i.e. people who registered then failed to attend), resulting in many unused seats despite 'full house' registrations.