This week I attended business event number One. One relates to multiple aspects of this event. The number one IT company IBM hosted an extraordinary event for South East Europe, first-ever event (One)of IBM for this region. At the same time, it’s my personal number One event for meeting leaders face to the face opposed to my five years practice on Google meeting leaders online and communicating digitally.
The 24 hours of the event felt like a month for its intense program, outstanding presentations, rich impressions, and many new contacts. I have notes for interviews to publish within the month of June.
“In Southeast Europe, cognitive represents an untapped opportunity to innovate, embrace new models, open up new markets and compete globally,” says Michael Paier, IBM General manager Southeast Europe. Read his interview with SeeNews.
What I found fascinating was the IBM Event App I used to manage my schedule, choose presentations, communicate through the app, arrange meetings, easily get to know the speakers and the attendee.
I had the chance to meet Dr. Nikolas Dimitriadis and we had a very interesting conversation on “Brain Centric Approach’, for which I’m preparing a separate post.
The presentation of Prof. Zoltan Buzady on Flow and Leadership was the most action provoking to me and I believe to be able to learn more about his training on Google Plus, as I was happy to understand he loves the platform as much as I do.
The pre-event webinars present an extremely interesting content worth the attention of science, marketers, digital experts.
The event “outthink Trends” stream on Twitter can help you follow the Agenda, Speakers, media coverage and video.
“Changing Roles Between Humans And Computers”: how does this sound? A little crazy! Consider this article http://bit.ly/1qCYkOS and visit IBM, first-ever conference in South Eastern Europe.
Featured image: 1)The White Bridge Erzebet and 2)Business Event and Smiles
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