BASDA, the UK-based Business Application Software Developers’ Association has some top speakers confirmed for the Software Thought Leaders’ Summit on 15th May 2012, addressing the current and emerging issues facing business software providers.
- Dr Robert Mullins, co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation will expand on his mission to enthuse and create the next generation of software programmers. The Foundation recently released the $35 Raspberry Pi Computer to developers.
- Kerry Jones, Assistant Director, EU Services Directive Implementation at the Business and Innovation Skills Department will provide an update on the Digital Single Market and what this means for the UK software industry.
- Chris Godwin, Chair of the UK eInvoicing Advocacy Group, will discuss how Europe is changing the landscape for invoicing and how it will affect software and business.
- Rebecca Hollis, of social media specialist Big Biscuits and Dean Russell, European Social Media Director at Lewis PR, will debate the benefits of social media in B2B software marketing.
Kevin Hart, Chairman of BASDA, comments:
“This is must-attend event for any UK software development business and open to BASDA members and non-members to attend. We have a wide-ranging agenda covering many aspects of what’s important to the UK business software industry today.”
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