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Rachel Botsman on 'Who can you trust?"

For our October Crowd Forum, we are delighted to welcome Rachel Botsman on our stage - bestselling author and one of the world’s foremost experts on the intersection between technology and trust. Her new book, “Who Can You Trust? How Technology Brought Us Together – and Why It Could Drive Us Apart”, is described as “a ground-breaking exploration of how the digital era is revolutionising human trust.” Rachel’s TED talks have been viewed more than 3.5 million times. If you can't trust those in charge, who can you trust? From government to business,...Read more

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X Energy 2017

On 24th October in London, The Crowd will bring together 160+ senior energy, sustainability, property, and facilities professionals for X Energy 2017. This impactful half day event will explore the intersection of energy and tech, inspiring and connecting the leading minds from a mix of energy intensive sectors. We'll explore how disruptive technologies, new energy management strategies and financing models are exponentially changing energy programmes in large organisations, and share knowledge and latest thinking amongst the community. The programme on the day is a mix of inspiring... Read more

September 2017 Forum Highlights

How should we prepare for - and respond to - the radical transformations being unleashed by this Fourth Industrial Revolution?  Can we make the machines work for the greater good to help build a better world for all? Or are we unleashing the forces of our own destruction, servitude and obsolescence?  Will the rise of the machines, require fundamental changes to our economic system, the adoption of universal incomes, and the creation of entirely new industries to keep people occupied and employed?  Or will it be the death of work as we know it, leaving us to while away our day...Read more


Diversity: the killer app?

With the link between diversity and success being well documented, the debate is rapidly moving to how to build a diverse organisation quickly. Organisations that are slow to achieve seem destined to become less relevant. A 2015 study by McKinsey found that UK companies with 10% higher gender and racial diversity in their management teams have a 6% higher profit before tax. Why is this? They make better decisions and innovate faster. They tend to find it easier to hire top talent and connect with customers, and have higher levels of employee satisfaction. But as we’ll explore with s... Read more



September 2017 Forum Highlights


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September 2017 Forum Highlights