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Adjuno to attend a seminar on IoT revolutionising the Business Landscape

November 1, 2017
Posted by Shweta Chordiya


On 6th November, Adjuno will attend a seminar on ‘How IoT has Revolutionised  the Business Landscape’, organised by The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. During the seminar, the speaker Jean-Marc Frangos, BT’s Managing Director of Products & Services Research and Open Innovation will share an update on IoT, followed by a discussion on the current trends in the field from industry experts such as Andrew Mui (Chief Commercial Officer – APAC, Hitachi), Mark Lunt (Group Managing Director, JOS) and Patrick Kirby(Director- Technology, Media, Telecommunications & Innovation, KPMG).

It was only a few years ago that IoT was the hot new kid on the block, with a world of possibility both at home and in business waiting to be explored. Now with smart cars, smart homes and smart cities all becoming the norm – keep abreast of current developments in the field, and what are the practical implementations of IoT in business and industry.

It’s an ideal event for Adjuno to keep up-to-date with the latest technology, this time, focusing on latest trends in Internet of Things (IoT) which is growing fast. We look forward to meeting with as many attendees as possible, so if you plan on attending the seminar, look out for Mark Henderson – Adjuno’s Senior Platform Manager and say hi. If have a question for Mark, please get in touch here –  Mark will be happy to meet with you to share his knowledge and expertise on IoT applications in supply chain.

Shweta Chordiya – Marketing and Communications Manager, Adjuno
Shweta has worked in the supply chain industry for 10 years, six of which have been in Asia, based out of Hong Kong. Shweta has experience across a range of disciplines within the industry, notably supply chain operations, trade finance, marketing communications, PR, event management and content management for marketing collaterals. At Adjuno, she is responsible for all marketing and communications activity across the Asia Pacific region.