On 1 July global experts and leading thinkers will tackle the key issues around using data for social good at the second Better Future Forum. This unique online conversation, hosted by BT and their partner GlobeScan, will explore how fresh thinking can help us harness the deluge of data to tackle big societal issues.
Confirmed guest contributors are Unilever’s Keith Weed, WBCSD’s Peter Bakker, Save the Children’s Jasmine Whitbread, Positive Luxury’s Diana Verde Nieto, Techonomy’s David Kirkpatrick and BT’s Niall Dunne. These will join cloudera’s Doug Cutting, Quid’s Sean Gorley, Cisco’s Bernd Heinrichs, and Accenture’s Ray Eitel-Porter. DoSomething.com’s Jeff Bladt, neuroeconomist Olivier Oullier, social behaviour strategist Mark Earls complete the panel with BT’s Simon Thompson and Mark Keddie.
Guests will lead real time discussions on the online Forum platform which will investigate and share the latest thinking around the increasing role of digital technology in making modern life more shareable and accountable, how connectivity can accelerate our journey towards sustainable consumption and how we can ride the wave of digital data to deliver good for society and the environment?
To book your free place at the Forum, register now at www.betterfutureforum.bt.com.