People who have changed the world lecture series: Sir Hossein Yassaie

16th December 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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On behalf of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Innovation) Chas Bountra, we are pleased to invite you to the first talk as part of a new lecture series, “People who have changed the world”.

Come and hear from our first speaker, technology entrepreneur Sir Hossein Yassaie. Sir Yassaie is a recognised figure in the world technology stage and an entrepreneur, with a deep belief in technological innovation and disruptions that can solve real problems, move markets and make significant differences for the better.

His activities span across technological areas from next-gen user interfaces through artificial intelligence, machine learning, advanced multimedia and communication with market areas including automotive, consumer, robotics, health, professional and industrial segments. He is passionate about helping start-up and smaller companies to achieve global success and scale and continues to believe in disruptive technology and business strategies and the power of innovation.

Join us at Saïd Business School on 16th December, 5pm – 6pm, to hear about Sir Yassaie’s career journey and his thoughts on the power of innovation. There will also be the opportunity to network and meet Sir Yassaie after the talk, with drinks and nibbles from 6pm-6.45pm.

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