The Telegraph: Britain’s Smart Cities is the only event connecting the UK’s council and private sector leaders to drive innovation in frontline services
The Telegraph is hosting the fourth annual Britain’s Smart Cities conference, focused on bringing together 300 city budget-holders and business leaders to provide a citizen-first, digital vision for smart cities.
Exeter City Futures Programme Director, Liz O’Driscoll will be hosting a lunchtime session, as below:
Lunch and task forces: Data, inclusion, technology and strategy
Demystifying the ‘public good’ and creating organic solutions. An all-new troubleshooting forum to address long-standing challenges around citizen engagement, placemaking, data sharing, digital inclusion and technology adoption.
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