Wearable Technology for 2015 and Beyond
We are delighted to invite our UK-based alumni to an innovation briefing on the future of wearable technology, hosted by UTS at Google’s London offices on Wednesday 22 July.
The seminar will examine how the existing mobile apps can be extended to wearable technologies such as Apple Watch, Android Wear devices and Microsoft Band, and will be presented by Cameron Franks, Managing Director of digital and mobile technology company, Tigerspike.
Join us to hear and discuss the latest key app releases and what they meant for you and your business, as well as highlights from Google and Apple's recent global developer conferences.
Briefing attendees are also welcome to attend post-event drinks at the nearby 23 Grosvenor Gardens Wine Bar, London, from 7.30pm onwards.
We hope you are able to join us for what promises to be an engaging evening. If you are in touch with any UK-based UTS graduates who might not have received an invitation, please share this invitation with them.
And don’t forget to keep up with the latest alumni activities through our UK Alumni groups on Facebook and LinkedIn!
About the speaker
Cameron Franks, Managing Director, Tigerspike EMEA
Cameron has over fifteen years international senior management experience in mobile and software industries. He has a thorough understanding of new mobile technologies in the Banking, Retail, Healthcare and Media sectors, and the ability to define and articulate mobile strategy and value both from user experience and technology perspectives.
Tigerspike is a global technology company that specialises in mobile and digital products. Established in Australia, and now with offices across eight markets, Tigerspike works with Fortune 1000 companies to define, design and deliver engaging digital experiences for their employees and customers. With over 60 awards in 12 years, Tigerspike customers include AMEX, Shell, Emirates, Standard Chartered, Kaiser Permanente, Woolworths, Westfield, News Corporation, Direct TV, Novartis, ADP and Vodafone.