Leading figures from the worlds of telecoms, low carbon investment and manufacturing sectors will share their insights into how technology will revolutionise a range of industries at the final TechTuesday event of the year, organised by Worcestershire technology accelerator BetaDen.

Carl Arntzen, CEO of Worcester Bosch; Mark Stansfeld, chair of WM5G and board member at UK5G; and Jonathan Tudor, investment partner at Clean Growth Fund, will provide an insight into their experiences and expectations on future market trends during the virtual lunchtime event at noon on Tuesday 7 December, which is free to attend.

Linda Smith, founder and CEO of BetaDen, said: “As we approach the end of the year, it’s timely to review and re-position innovation pathways, as well as looking into the future to consider what development trends and direction for the coming year holds.

“The upheaval of the last twenty months has accelerated the adoption of a range of new and emerging technologies but we are also now seeing much-anticipated innovations – such as 5G networks and ‘clean’ technologies – beginning to deliver from promising idea into commercial reality.

“In Carl, Jonathan and Mark, we are bringing together three industry heavyweights whose experience across the manufacturing, telecoms, cleantech finance, health and wider technology industries gives them an unrivalled perspective on which technologies will change our lives, and market demands. It should be a lively and informative discussion.”

To secure your free place at the event, simply register at www.beta-den.com/events/07122021/global-technologies-and-the-next-5-years/