This Smart Life - Feb 6th 2019 - Blackfriars London


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Five programmes recorded live in front of an invited audience: Smart Employment, The Caring Home, Smart Transformation, The Drone Zone, and This Smart Life.

An Audience with CLGdotTV No.4 February 6th 2019 - This Smart Life - Five webTV programmes recorded in front of an invited audience:

11.00am - Smart Employment Chaired by Jane Hancer of CC2i with guests Leatham Green, Executive Director of the Public Services People Managers Association (PPMA) and Founder at Mindful HR and Jonathan Key CEO Labour Xchange

12.00pm - The Caring Home Chaired by Mark Lowe, business development director Pinacl with guests Roy Grant, Head of super connected cities and digital innovation City of York and Nick Hampson, CEO Karantis 360

01.00pm - Smart Transformation Chaired by Hilary Simpson of Sleuth Cooperative and guests Jason Kitcat, Executive Director for Corporate Development, Essex County Council (and formerly leader, Brighton & Hove City Council) and Richard Farrell, Chief Technical Officer at Netcall 

02.00pm - The Drone Zone Chaired by Elaine Whyte of PwC with guests Amit Samani of Dedrone and Tris Dyson of Nesta

03.00pm - This Smart Life Chaired by Ingrid Koehler of LGiU with guests Darren Capes Intelligent Transport Systems Policy Lead at Department for Transport, Chris Dyer Head of Consultancy at Yotta and Linda Chandler Founder Hyperlocal Cities and formerly Microsoft Smart Cities Lead.

CLGdotTV - the public service delivery channel, presents the voice and face of the public sector. More than 110,000 CEX and senior managers in local government, health and social care, the third sector and across all public service delivery channels watched our programmes in 2018. The audience for programmes in our on-going series An Audience With CLGdotTV includes Whitehall department heads, CEOs of local authorities, VPs and country/region heads from multinational companies.

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