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Tech Trends: Keep taking the tablets

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18:00-20:30 Thu 7 Mar, 2013 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar
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Spend an evening at the British Library networking and sipping cosmic cocktails and canapés with Thomas Jeffs, Chief Technology, of Lucidica as he predicts future technology trends.

Thomas will look into his crystal ball to determine how the fast-growth platform of apps and tablet devices will change the way we all use Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

He will also examine how developments of Apple and Microsoft software programmes will affect your website creation, especially in the way your customers will interact with your business using the latest mobile devices.

As an experienced Chief Technology Officer and entrepreneur, Thomas is one of Tech City’s most sought-after small business IT specialists with a wide range of expertise including IT and network consulting, setting up websites and managing e-commerce sites.

He is also the Centre’s expert on e-marketing and search engine optimisation and runs regular workshops on ‘How to measure the return on investment in your business’.

Roy Murphy founder of the Tablet Business, who used the Business & IP Centre to set up and grow his own B2B social software business, will be joining Thomas.

You will have the opportunity to put your questions to Thomas and Roy, as well as having a behind the scenes tour of the Business & IP Centre.

You will also find out more about the British Library’s ‘Innovating for Growth’ programme, which provides £10,000 of EU-funded advice to London-based ‘movers and shakers’.

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