THiNK BIG Technology Forum 2010 to Spotlight Innovation in the Age of Connectivity

Posted on  03/09/2010  |  Media Centre

3rd September 2010

The third THiNK BIG Technology Forum, co-organized by the iCentre and Asia Inc Forum, will take place at the Empire Hotel on 28 October 2010. The forum will bring together over 200 delegates and leading players from the ICT industry as well as individuals overseeing technological applications in business and government.

They will come together to learn and assess how leading innovative technology enables business connectivity and efficiency, its impact on society, the economy and the government. The program streams will include the latest global trends, e-government, innovation, telecommunications and new media.

This year’s event will feature distinguished minds from the region including: Mr Ken Wye Saw, Vice President, Public Sector, Asia, Microsoft, who will be illustrating key trends and opportunities; Ms Ann Burgraff, Mentor Advisor, NUS Enterprise and former senior executive of; Ms Rebecca Fannin, an author and journalist who has been writing about global entrepreneurship and innovation trends for nearly 20 years and will speak on “Building Social Intelligence for Businesses”; Mr Kevin Walsh, Chief Technology Officer of Oracle Asia Research who will share knowledge about applying new technologies to businesses.

The THiNK BIG Technology Forum is partnered by Brunei Shell Petroleum and Microsoft with the support of Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata as media partners.

For more information and to register, please contact Ms Nanette Ramos at 2226555.