HBS Tech in September: Deconstructing the Wireless Industry


Cool! I just got a heads up about an event at the Computer History Museum in September hosted by the Harvard Business School Tech:

Mobile data, mobile games, mobile payments, mobile TV are already changing consumer behavior. How will this change the way we conduct business in the future?

We have assembled an esteemed panel to analyze the current hyper-competition and deconstruction playing out in the wireless industry and discuss what changes we can expect to see in the wireless landscape by the end of this decade.

We will begin with a brief look at the evolution and progress in the wireless industry, focusing on the drivers for deconstruction. We will then focus the panel discussion around the implications of these changes on business strategies: the way we buy, the way we sell, the way we service, and the way we build companies.

Ravi Subramanian, CEO of Berkeley Design Automation is the Producer and Moderator for this event. The all-star panel includes Executives from:

- Sprint
- Texas Instruments
- Qualcomm

Our lead panelist would be Brian Modoff, Head of Wireless Research at DeutscheBanc.

I just signed up - the cost is $25, but it looks like it'll be a good event worth the cash. (Thanks Toby!)


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