Top Tech Trends Debate
The Top Tech Trends Debate is unlike anything that currently exists in Australia.
The event is run in a debate format — five leading industry professionals pitch their ideas on the next big thing to the audience, who then vote.
The event is a replica of the Top Tech Trends event that has been successfully run by the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley for 20 consecutive years. Bringing it to Australia will be a first.
By attending you can be a member of the audience that will decide the top tech trend, while also learning how emerging technologies are set to impact our lives. It’s an opportunity to peek inside the minds that are investing in our future, and to understand how they see our world.
Each speaker will deliver one trend that must meet the following criteria:
- it is not obvious today, but may well be in the future; and
- there’ll be an explosive impact in this area (or areas) in three-five years time.
Early Bird: $40 (ends 2nd September)
The event will run from 5.15pm to 9.00pm.
Ticket price includes drinks and light refreshments.
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