Keynote speaker on global trends, author of 16 Futurist books - Patrick Dixon.

 

Future of Telcos - Mobile Phone Industry

Future of Telcos Keynotes, Smartphones,Omnichannel

Belgacom ICT 2007 - "Future Telecom"

The impact of broadband - greatest techno jump since launch of personal computers? How broadband will change society at every level.

Press release at launch of BT Openworld 14 October 2000 in London - keynote speech.

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Digital Consumers and Business - VIDEO

Technology, Telecom, Mobile, Innovation Keynotes

"Consumers are leaving most corporations behind - the future is about emotion"

Seminar for Dimension Data (2007) on how consumers and companies want something different from software companies. How their needs are changing - videolinks to audiences in 3 remote sites. Trends: winners and losers and secrets of success.

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Future of Stem Cell Research - Creating New organs and repairing old ones - heath care trends and biotech keynote speaker

BioTech and MedTech Keynote Speaker

Embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells - biotech company progress.  How stem cells are being used to rebuild old organs or even to create new ones in ways that would have seemed like science fiction just five years ago.

Should you invest in stem cell technology, stem cell organ repair and organ regeneration?

Treatment using adult stem cells for spinal cord injuries - or stroke, or heart damage.

Impact on ageing, health care, life expectancy, medical advances, pensions, retirement and lifestyles.  Read FREE SAMPLE of The Truth about Almost Everything - his latest book.

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Cialis - impotence pill - side effects

Future Health Care and Pharma Keynote Speaker

Cialis may rival Viagra as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. The launch of Viagra, the world's first treatment for impotency, was an instant success. Now, Eli Lilly and ICOS Corporation (Lilly Icos) have tapped into the vast demand for Viagra with a new drug called Cialis, Viagra's first direct competitor. There is more to come from a third drug called Levitra - a pharmaceutical industry partnership between Bayer and GlaxoSmithKline

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