The networking club for IT leaders

The CW500 Club is an invitation only, private members club for the leaders of the UK IT industry. Attendees network with the leaders of the UK’s largest IT departments, as well as influencers in government, consulting and industry bodies who set the tone for the industry. Computer Weekly’s CW500 club is built around peer-to-peer discussion of relevant technology topics to provide tech vendors a unique opportunity to meet, discuss IT issues, and build contacts and relationships with some of the country’s most important IT faces.

RSVP via our online form or contact Tom Walker at 0207 186 1430.


2014 Dates and Location

8th October
11th November

Waldorf Hilton
Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD
(Nearest underground station Holborn/Covent Garden)

Register today by calling Tom Walker 0207 186 1430 or completing our quick online registration form.

 

“The CW500 meetings provide an exceptional forum to understand significant challenges and successes in the Cyber Community from leading pragmatic speakers, with emphasis on Q&A and the opportunity to network with senior practitioners sharing experiences and outcomes.”

Don Kavanagh, Head of Business Architecture (Chief Architect), SIA: Home Office.




 

Why IT leaders are turning to tech startups for innovation

The burgeoning UK tech startup scene has attracted a lot of publicity – much if it around consumer-focused technologies. But there are also a growing number of business-oriented startups offering new innovations for corporate IT teams. Several large companies, such as John Lewis, Barclays, Citi and Unilever, are turning to startups for fresh ideas and reaping the benefits of working with small firms outside their traditional supplier base. But finding and dealing with startups needs a different approach to IT procurement. In this CW500 event, we hear from IT leaders at companies that are working with startups to find out why, and to hear their experiences of how best to deliver innovation from the tech startup scene.

RSVP via our online form or contact Tom Walker at 0207 186 1430.

Agenda

6:00 pm

Light Refreshments

6:30 pm

Introduction
- Bryan Glick

6:35 pm

Speaker Presentations
- Julian Burnett
- Andrew Humphries
- Graham Smith

7:05 pm

Extended Chaired Discussion

7:45 pm

Informal discussion over drinks and canapés

3rd Sept - Cancelled

Waldorf Hilton
Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD
(Nearest underground station Holborn/Covent Garden)

FREE REGISTRATION

Speakers

Bryan Glick Bio
Editor-in-Chief,
Computer Weekly
Julian Burnett Bio
Head of IT Strategy, Architecture & Business Process Unit, John Lewis
Andrew Humphries Bio
Co-Founder at The Bakery startup accelerator & Deal-maker at UKTI Global Entrepreneur Programme
Graham Smith Bio
Digital technology strategy leader at Platts

 

 

Best practice in social communication in the enterprise

While social media has revolutionised how people around the world interact, enterprises are only now starting to realise the potential for using social tools to transform their own business. Building a social business is not just about having a corporate Facebook or Twitter account – it’s about using social software to connect staff, customers and partners to improve communications, better share information, and increase productivity and customer satisfaction.

In this CW500 event, we hear from IT leaders using enterprise social tools for better internal and external engagement, and find out the benefits of being a social business.

RSVP via our online form or contact Tom Walker at 0207 186 1430.

Agenda

6:00 pm

Light Refreshments

6:30 pm

Introduction
- Bryan Glick

6:35 pm

Speaker Presentations

7:05 pm

Extended Chaired Discussion

7:45 pm

Informal discussion over drinks and canapés

8th October, 2014

Waldorf Hilton
Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD
(Nearest underground station Holborn/Covent Garden)

FREE REGISTRATION

Speakers

Bryan Glick Bio
Editor-in-Chief,
Computer Weekly
James Cam Bio
IT Director, Bunzl

 

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About CW500

The CW500 Club from Computer Weekly is a members' club for senior IT professionals and leading industry figures. Membership has allowed access to premium content for IT leaders on a monthly basis since 1993.

TechTarget contact

For questions about your registration or the event agenda please contact:

Tom Walker
twalker@techtarget.com
Tel: 0207 186 1430

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