Why the NBN broke the election stalemate – AMP Social Media Cafe 15 September

Yes, it’s the internet…but not as usual.

 

If the National Broadband Network could break Australia’s election stalemate, why is it such a big deal? ( see great article on this at http://paulwallbank.com/2010/09/10/how-broadband-won-the-australian-election/) What does fast broadband mean to you and to the average investor, business manager and citizen?

 

At the next AMP Social Media café, Paul Wallbank will help business decision-makers understand how “always on”, super-fast and super cheap broadband connectivity on a  national scale isn’t just more of the same. It lowers the barriers to entry – for EVERYONE! 

 

It’s a quantum shift and it can be a game-changer. But as with all new opportunities, it also brings disruptions and threats. On which side of the game do you want to be?  

 

Paul will work with the audience to brainstorm scenarios in a highly interactive, provocative and entertaining look at our rapidly changing digital society.

 

About Paul Wallbank

Paul helps business folks understand how business and society is changing in the age of a digital, connected economy.

For the past 15 years he has been the resident technology and change commentator on ABC Local Radio, has written six books including a number of the popular Australian Dummies Guides and has a weekly column technology and change column on smartcompany.com.au

For more, see http://paulwallbank.com/ or follow @paulwallbank on Twitter

 

Date: Wednesday 15 September, 4-5:30pm, AMP Building, 33 Alfred Street, Circular Quay, Sydney

Bookings: We offer a limited number of public spaces for this session. If you would like to attend, please email amplify (at) amp (dot) com (dot) au before Tuesday 14 September. There is no charge.  Hashtag is #AMPSMC and #NBN 

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