‘The coolest man in Britain’ and 4 things not to miss Thursday morning

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I’m sure you’ve all recovered from your Night Summit jaunts around Dame Court and Dame Lane. You’re going to need to be in top shape for our final day of talks.

Meet the coolest man in Britain (possibly), and the man trying to brand music…

Jefferson Hack – Founder – Dazed and Confused

Who and what is influencing the industry – Fashion Stage – 10am


Possibly the “coolest man in Britain” according to the Guardian, Jefferson’s career spans journalism, film, photography, television and digital media. He’ll be telling us who and what is influencing fashion today.

Phil Libin – Co-Founder – Evernote

Evernote and beyond – Centre Stage – 10.15am


Phil Libin is Executive Chairman of Evernote, a company he co-founded in 2007. He’ll be talking about how Evernote will address the challenges faced in the light of Evernote Foods closure and recent job losses at the company.

Mikko Hyppönen – CRO – F-Secure

Winning the fight, losing the war – Centre Stage – 10.35am


Security is one of the key words of our times. Mikko Hypponen profiles the often hidden cost and solution to cybercrime.

Maria Hatzistefanis – Founder – Rodial

Communication with your customer in the digital age – Fashion Stage – 11am


Maria Hatzistefanis talks to us about growing your company through social media and the power of YouTube, contacts and celebrities.

John Amato – CEO – Billboard

Branded music – Music Stage – 11:00


What are the commercial benefits associated with a piece of music? How can music be branded outside of the usual sales channels? John will be answering these questions.

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