New York, NY, December 6, 2016 (Newswire.com) - By 2020, the world will have billions of joined devices. This connectivity will affect everything from the way people sleep to how they run their businesses.
Jack Uldrich wants to ensure that the audiences he works with are both fully and mindfully prepared for what he deems, "the technological tides of change."
Business leaders have got to be aware of the accelerating technological trends on the horizon. They must also possess humility regarding new, unconventional competitors, and take deep strategic action toward 4.5 billion new potential customers in the coming years.
Jack Uldrich, Global Futurist
Uldrich, a Global Futurist and best-selling author, will deliver an opening keynote and sit on a panel discussion at an invitation-only event hosted by a private multi-billion dollar tech firm in New York City today. The evening keynote will feature Futurist Ray Hammond from London.
The theme of Uldrich's the presentation will focus on his concept of the "Big AHA."
AHA stands for Awareness, Humility, and Action which he encourages his audiences to apply to the technological trends of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, the Blockchain, Robotics, Nanotechnology, the Internet of Things, renewable energy, 3D printing, the Sharing Economy and global communication.
"Business leaders have got to be aware of these accelerating technological trends," says Uldrich. "They must possess humility regarding new, unconventional competitors, and take deep strategic action toward 4.5 billion new potential customers in the coming years."
After his presentation, Uldrich will sit on a panel discussion of Digitization along with Paul Mueller of Dow Jones and Ed Abrams of Samsung.
Following his appearance in New York, Uldrich will travel to Saratoga Springs, New Orleans and conclude his month with a keynote in his hometown of Minneapolis.
For more information regarding this event or other's on his agenda, please visit JackUldrich.com.
Source: Jack Uldrich & The School of Unlearning