Arthur Goldstuck brings you up to date and beyond on the technology trends that are shaping business strategy, consumer use of technology, and the social landscape of the future.
Arhtur is an award-winning writer, analyst and technology commentator. In 2013, the Institute of IT Professionals of South Africa presented him with the Distinguished Service in ICT Award, and made him an Honorary Fellow of the Institute.
Arthur heads the World Wide Worx research organisation, leading ground-breaking market research into how change is affecting business and society, and presents his findings and insights to audiences across the globe.
He publishes the online consumer technology magazine Gadget.co.za, and is author of 19 books. His weekly gadgets column is the most widely syndicated technology column in South Africa. He also writes a weekly trends column for Business Times in the Sunday Times, South Africa’s largest-circulation newspaper.
He has been a judge in the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, the GSMA Global Mobile Awards in Barcelona, and the AfricaCom Awards in Cape Town, along with numerous app and start-up competitions. He has judged the Vodacom Journalist of the Year Awards since 2011, with a focus on the online, financial journalism and sustainability categories.
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WHAT ARTHUR DOES
Arthur Goldstuck guides your audience through the massive changes coming in the next decade – and the challenge of earning and restoring trust in new technology.
The technology revolution that is changing the world of business brings with it massive challenges that highlight a deep flaw in the future: lack of trust in new technologies. Arthur was invited to give a talk and moderate a panel on this topic at the Data and Security Summit at the world’s largest consumer technology event, CES in Las Vegas, at the beginning of 2017. Now, he is making his talk and the insights gained from the summit available to corporate audiences across the globe.
This presentation takes the audience through new technologies and trends that will reshape the business world and consumer landscape in the coming 10 years, highlights the role of trust across the boundaries of compliance, law, security, privacy and ethics, and advises on strategy and readiness. It includes sections adapted for specific audiences and client needs.