What are the benefits of evolving technology and how can businesses commercialise them? This session will feature insights from several evolving technology experts who will speak to the real-world application of the latest trends.
This session is perfect for those who are interested in the latest technology and how, and why, businesses can use them to their advantage.
You can drop into this event at any time.
Andy is Financial Services Sector Leader, and Innovation Partner for PwC New Zealand. As an experienced executive, CEO and startup founder, he brings extensive experience helping financial services businesses with digital disruption, innovation and the emerging technology benefitting the financial services industry.
With a pioneering mentality, Andy has built significant executive leadership and financial services advisory experience. He has a proven history of taking innovative approaches working with the likes of National Australia Bank, Bank of New Zealand and Loyalty New Zealand.
His career so far has spanned a broad range of industries – including banking, insurance, telecommunications, software development and consulting – as well as international experience across markets in Asia, North America, Australia, Africa and (of course) Aotearoa.
If you don't find Andy sailing on the water, on the piste or with his family, you may see him working with some of New Zealand's most forward-thinking startups to get great ideas off the ground.
Jeremy leads PwC's VR/AR team, helping clients across all sectors understand, quantify, and implement the benefits of virtual reality and augmented reality technology.
He is a regular contributor of thought leadership in the industry, giving talks all over the world from Twitter’s headquarters in London to the SXSW technology festival in Austin, Texas.
As part of his mission to educate, connect and inspire, he is the co-president of the London chapter of the VR/AR Association, a global industry trade group for virtual reality and augmented reality.
He also happens to be a Chartered Accountant (but prefers not to advertise that too loudly!).
You can find Jeremy on Twitter under the handle @jeremycdalton