Posted on: Wednesday 8th of January 2014
We are delighted to announce our inaugural Personal Information Economy 2014 event – your fast track opportunity to gain insight into what’s happening in the personal information economy. The event takes place on March 20 2014 at Glaziers Hall in Central London and early bird ticket sales are open today.
We have a growing list of world class speakers lined up. Our confirmed keynote speakers are:
- Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Chair, Open Data Institute;
- Sir Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, ICO; and
- Colin Strong, Managing Director Business and Technology, GfK.
We have packed agenda which covers all the key themes and topics of the personal information economy. The programme has been carefully designed to enable you to attend the keynote sessions and then choose from a rich variety of highly interactive sessions that are most relevant to you. The sessions will be filmed and available for delegates after the event.
You will hear firsthand how to:
- Develop new revenue streams and growth from innovation enabled by a new industry of Personal Information Management Services.
- Build new business models where both the organisation and your customers use data sharing to save time, cut costs and be more efficient – and to add new value.
- Reinvent marketing as an information service using new combinations of Open Data and personal data.
- Drive customer acquisition and loyalty through engendering trust.
- Explore new consumer service and business opportunities from the next wave of wearable devices.
- Seize the innovation possibilities from the development of Smart Cities and the Internet of Things.
- Grasp the opportunities created by new approaches to identity assurance.
- Navigate the cross-currents of trust as our society moves towards a new ‘social contract’ around personal data and its uses.
If you want to know what the most important developments in the personal information economy are, how and when they might impact your organisation and what opportunities they are creating, then this is the event to attend. To book your ticket click here. For more information here is our FAQ about the event.
We are moving rapidly into a personal information economy where innovative services increasingly deploy information as a tool in the hands of individuals and where individuals want to exercise control over how their data is collected and used – and to share in the benefits of its use. The personal information economy is changing how individuals do business with each other and with organisations, creating new business opportunities for innovation, customer service and cost reduction. This annual event provides a unique chance for business leaders to seize the initiative, lead the innovation and grasp the competitive edge as the world of data is changing.
It provides the perfect opportunity to meet and learn from the people who are actively shaping and making the personal information economy. Nowhere else will you find such a vibrant concentration of those at the sharp end of transformation, each contributing from their own unique specialist expertise.
At Ctrl-Shift we at the heart of the evolving landscape working on strategic implementation projects helping blue chip brands develop fruitful data sharing relationships with their customers. Our research team constantly monitors the market and are seeing action and change on many fronts which we have recorded in our recently published Personal Information Economy Round-up report. Competitive leadership no longer rests with how good organisations are at collecting and using data in their own walled garden, but with how effectively they are connecting with their customers and combining data from many different sources to create value.
We are bringing this insight and knowledge, plus our practical experience, global network and unrivalled contacts together to deliver a really useful event helping businesses harness the opportunities of the new personal information economy. Delegates will come away from the event with practical insight, new ideas, new contacts and a clear understanding of how the personal information economy is unfolding, when and how to act.
As we develop our programme and welcome new speakers we will be posting regular updates on our Personal Information Economy 2014 website. If you have any questions please get in touch with a member of the team.
We are also interested in hearing from you if you would like to be a speaker and have interesting practical insights to share in the subjects covered by our programme.