Our 'What if in 2030…' event brought together leaders from across the tech sector to explore different views on the most significant technology trends likely to impact businesses and provide ideas and inspiration for the future. Below you can find summaries of the key insights and discussions from the event.
Technology: What if in 2030…
To round off our ‘What if in 2030’ event, we asked tech leaders to discuss three core themes – identified by Tech Nation – likely to impact growth trajectories between now and 2030: ESG, future-proofing and scaling up. Read what they had to say.
Speaking at our ‘What if in 2030’ event, the founders of two successful tech businesses shared their experiences, the lessons they’ve learned, the mistakes they’ve made and their strategies for success. Read their top tips for scaling up.
To kick off our recent ‘What if in 2030’ event, we invited HSBC Economist James Pomeroy and WIRED’s Greg Williams to debate the key trends most likely to influence the tech sector. From changing demographics to future energy, find out what you need to have on your radar.
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