New venue, new views! Thinking Differently - About Tech Entrepreneurs!
Topic 1: Rise of the Chief Neurodiversity Officer
Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, James Dyson… the list of successful, “neurodiverse” tech entrepreneurs is endless. So is it a superpower or a disability?
Speaker: JOHN LEVELL FBCS CITP - CEO, Levell Partnership & Non-Exec Chair of British Dyslexia Association
John advises organisations on challenges and opportunities of digital transformation, innovation and delivering technology-enabled change.
At 42, he was diagnosed as dyslexic and began an unexpected, yet somehow familiar, journey into the world of neurodiversity...
Topic 2: Corporate Intrapreneurship & Innovation
How can leaders of organisations consider the merits of harnessing the latent entrepreneurial talent within?
Speaker: JAMIE QUI - Managing Partner, Studio Zao
Jamie is the founder of Studio Zao, an innovation studio that specialises in helping organisations and individuals unlock their entrepreneurial capabilities and potential. Previously he was CEO of Startupbootcamp's Fintech startup accelerator in Dubai, and Founder & Director of EY's startup accelerator.
This is a NLB Lean Free event - no food/drink. Visit www.nlondon.bcs.org
'Regular' attendees of BCS events - please note the venue change. From 1st September, BCS London will be based in Moorgate. Everyone will need to sign in on arrival to gain entry to the building.
FILMING: This event may be filmed and recording could be used for future publicity.
We are experiencing increasingly high numbers of people booking BCS London events - but, not showing up. So please, think twice before you book and cancel your place if you can no longer attend. This leaves space for those who can genuinely attend and is important for health & safety at the venue, plus allows us to order accurate catering - and avoid food wastage. Thank you.
Please note, duplicate delegate names will be deleted. For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.