Speaker Confirmed for OpenSoho February
Mark O'Neill, Chief Information Officer for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport is going to give us a talk on "How do organisations innovate?".
Mark O’Neill is the Chief Information Officer for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Mark has worked in IT for over 25 years in the UK, and Europe in a number of different roles including service provision, consultancy and system delivery. Mark has spoken on ICT issues for a wide range of organizations including Oxford University, Demos and the Royal Society of Arts. Mark is currently working on initiatives around Green ICT, cloud computing and social entrepreneurship.
With the help of a free bar (at the start of the evening), OpenSoho has helped create a community of like-minded followers through its Facebook group and Twitter page, causing a clamber for tickets each time they’re made available. With a sponsored bar and late-night dancefloor, OpenSoho is a highly acclaimed night on the tiles for those currently causing waves and shaping the future of the UK digital, media and advertising scene. These folk work hard and play harder, come join in the fun.
The sooner you buy your ticket the cheaper it will be too. £5 is now the 'early bird' ticket with the price going up as we get closer to the date. The price won't go beyond £25 - which will still be a bargain!
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