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Are we too late to democratize Digital Transformation?

Join Jawahar Kanjilal, founder of TeamStreamz and early DT pioneer on the harsh reality that overshadows the global surge in Digital Transformation. At its core, DT is inherently skewed to the upper echelons of workers in developed countries with established ICT infrastructures.

  This SATELLITE can map through natural disasters


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What’s behind one of today’s biggest beverages?

Join us as we explore the past, present, and future of Cognac. From the 800-year history of the drink, to the changing tastes of today’s market, and the looming questions about Cognac’s future. Find out more in our latest episode – Business of Booze: Cognac.

What’s new this week?

Are we too late to democratize Digital Transformation?

Join Jawahar Kanjilal, founder of TeamStreamz and early DT pioneer on the harsh reality that overshadows the global surge in Digital Transformation. At its core, DT is inherently skewed to the upper echelons of workers in developed countries with established ICT infrastructures.

This SATELLITE can map through natural disasters


In Case You Missed It …

What’s behind one of today’s biggest beverages?

Join us as we explore the past, present, and future of Cognac. From the 800-year history of the drink, to the changing tastes of today’s market, and the looming questions about Cognac’s future. Find out more in our latest episode – Business of Booze: Cognac.

Featured Events

These exclusive interviews were recorded live during the Global Space and Technology Convention 2020

Join Dr. Nick Appleyard, Head of Downstream Business Apps at ESA on what the (near) future holds for Europe’s space industry. As competition increases globally on all fronts, how and where is Europe most competitive? How can it best mobilise the national space resources of its 22 different member-states, many of whom don’t even have their own space programmes? And what is Europe’s role in solving arguably today’s most pressing space-related problem, the nascent threat of space debris?


with Mike Rudd on both the economic, and bigger strategic importance of the UK’s space industry. The UK’s aim is to generate £40 billion in value by 2030, building on its strong academic and research sectors.


with Graham Peters on how will post- Brexit impact the UK’s space industry with the new government giving more attention to them. Since leaving the European Union, the UK can now build stronger relationships with other countries to further develop the space sector.


with Phillip Trainor on what personal data privacy actually looks like when we get it right. We’re all used to getting ads trying to sell us anything we’ve recently googled, or mentioned, in emails or chats online. And for many people that’s the proof that data privacy has a problem.

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