Speaker at “Web 2.0 Strategies 2008” in London on Thursday 12 June


I will speak at the Web 2.0 Strategies 2008 conference in London on Thursday 12 June. The event will be chaired by Euan Semple, ex BBC and social computing expert.

My boss, and fellow blogger, James Gardner asked me to replace him. I will take part to the keynote conversation: Innovators on the spotlight, withJeremy Gould from the Ministry of Justice, and Salvatore Reina from PWC.

I look forward to meeting the other speakers, and in particular:
Salvatore ReinaPricewaterhouseCoopers LLC
Paul Tarantino, Web 2.0 & eGaming Sector Manager, Sun Micro.
Stuart Townsend
, Startups and Emerging Markets Manager, Sun Micro.
Jeremy Gould
, Head of Internet Communication, Ministry of Justice
Greg Marsh
, Associate, Index Ventures
Julie Meyer
, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ariadne Capital
Jeff Schick
, Vice President of Social Software, IBM Lotus
Ran Shribman
, Vice President Sales, Europe & Asia Pacific, WorkLight

Please check the full list of speakers.

Advisory Committee
I look forward to meeting the committe members, and in particular:
Richard Dennison, Intranet and Channel Strategy Manager, BT
Ross Mayfield, Chairman, President & Co-founder, Socialtext
Roo Reynolds, Metaverse Evangelist, IBM 

Please check the full list of Committee members.

If you are a startupa VC firm, a bank, or a major vendor in the online finance space, please do not hesitate to send me an email (cm_langlois[AT]yahoo[DOT]co[DOT]uk) to organize a meeting and shoot a video interview.

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Written by Christophe Langlois

Based in London, Christophe is an entertaining social media keynote speaker and a trusted advisor to the global financial services industry on the topics of social media, social business and digital innovation.

Christophe has contributed to over 140 events in 18 countries.

Currently, Christophe is 'Social Media Senior Managing Consultant' at IBM Interactive Experience. He's also a Digital Advisor at the Financial Services Forum and the Moller Centre (part of the Churchill College in Cambridge).

Christophe's views on are his own, not necessarily his employer's.

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