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Joe Tibbetts is the founder and CEO of CLGdotTV. He hosts Working Lunch and chairs AnswerTime the CLGdotTV panel show. Joe chairs conferences and advises public and private sector organisations on how to get heard.

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A few years ago it was impossible to imagine a smart life delivered by full-on, full-time, ubiquitous connectivity

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Now connectivity is seen as an essential, on a par with other essentials like indoor plumbing and hot, full pressure showers in hotels.

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This conversation is about the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart places and specifically how all the much anticipated social, economic and political benefits from the smart life - that we are now coming to demand as an inalienable right - rely upon a full-on, full-time ubiquitous connection without which they fail. And while this will require a patchwork of Wi-Fi and 5G and even some radio bandwidth at a local level in future we users will pass from one cover to another without noticing the joins or ever being without our connection.

A few years ago it was impossible to imagine a world with such ubiquitous connectivity and the benefits it would bring. Now it is difficult to imagine life without it.

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An Audience With CLGdotTV - Social Care and Health - Blackfriars 23 October Read all About it Here  (some seats in the studio audience still available)

Four times each year we invite around 60 people to join us for a day of making programmes.
On 23 October An Audience with CLGdotTV No3 will focus on social care and health and topics covered will include:
 
integrated health and social care: the Leeds approach
interventions that may reduce hospital admissions
the care market: current state of play and reducing market fragility
outcomes based commissioning: what is it and how it might be made to work
the Government green paper on social care
technology & social care
 
Seats in the audience are as rare as teeth in hens. If you would like an invitation please email Ben Webber b.webber@boilerhouse.co.uk 

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