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techUK: Creating and Delivering a Compelling Consumer Value Propostion

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Gadget Show Live Professional is delighted to be working with techUK, the UK's leading association for Information Technology and Communication and Electronics. Take a look at the programme below for details about all the talks on offer. 

Start End   techUK's Consumer Tech Seminars 
Creating and Delivering a Compelling Consumer Value Proposition



Welcome - Paul Hide, techUK






Session 1

Delivering the in-store/ on-line Consumer Experience

  • How to deliver a great in-store/online Consumer Experience
  • How do retail and etail co-exist and prosper?
  • What constitutes a compelling consumer proposition?
  • What are the 'hot' trends and offerings in 2015 that will drive industry value?


Howard Saycell, Business Development Director, RETRA (Session Chair)

James Chambers, Partnership Marketing Manager, Freeview

 Mark Needham, Managing Director, Widget




Session 2
Future Consumer Product Developments

  • What will convince consumers to part with their cash in 2015?

  • What are the generational groups influencing in terms of trends?

  • What trends and product sectors will be winners this year?


Sean Hannam, Editor, ERT (Session Chair)

Richard Bass, Head of B2C Business Unit Digital Media Group, Hitachi

Paul Smith, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Pure

Laurence Harrison, Technology & Market Development Director, DRUK





Session 3

The Connected Home and the Internet of Things

  • What does IoT mean for consumer electronics?
  • What will be the winners from a consumer perspective this year?
  • How do we create and communicate a compelling consumer proposition?


Rob McNamara, Associate Director, techUK (Session Chair)

Leonardo Avezzano, Director Product Management, Philips Hue

Steve Moore, Director, Dixons Carphone

Richard Lindsay-Davies, Director General, DTG

James Deakin, Technology Director, Fjord, Design and Innovation from Accenture Interactive


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techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow. More than 850 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ more than 500,000 people, about half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups. The majority of our members are small and medium sized businesses.

We are delighted to be teaming up with techUK to offer a range of seminars throughout the day. For full details of what's on offer, click here


techUK.org | @techUK