BELLEVUE, Wash.--()--inome CEO Naveen Jain will inspire entrepreneurs to foster innovation and embrace disruptive technology to solve extreme global challenges at The Economist’s Technology Frontiers 2013 conference on March 5-6 in London. Jain will share how the rapid pace of change in technology and innovation is transforming global challenges into entrepreneurial opportunities.
“As the pace of innovation and technology expands around the globe, a new generation of disruptive entrepreneurism is emerging. This convergence is setting a new tone as opportunities break through virtually every industry”
“As the pace of innovation and technology expands around the globe, a new generation of disruptive entrepreneurism is emerging. This convergence is setting a new tone as opportunities break through virtually every industry,” said Naveen Jain, CEO, inome. “The democratization of innovation is going to make a positive impact in every society, business and culture. Collectively, we must share this knowledge and empower others with the opportunity to solve our planet’s most pressing issues during our lifetime.”
Building a culture of innovation for the 21st Century requires new approaches to old problems. Jain will redefine the challenges that face our world by overcoming myopic thinking and sharing his vision for innovative entrepreneurism at The Economist’s second annual Technology Frontiers conference.
Jain is on a lifelong mission to empower innovative entrepreneurism at every level of society. During a special presentation on “The Future of Business” beginning at 9:40 a.m. on March 5, Jain will highlight the crucial role of entrepreneurs and their ability to foster technological breakthroughs in education, poverty, health, clean water and many other areas of tremendous need. More than 250 senior business leaders will join Jain at Technology Frontiers 2013 to discuss how advancements in technology will affect every facet of their respective businesses and industries.
Jain is the founder of World Innovation Institute, Moon Express and inome, whose mission is to analyze the world’s information and make it person-centric. As a technology pioneer and visionary, he continues to fulfill his mission to bring innovation and entrepreneurism to all industries. Jain is leading innovative change across many sectors, including education, healthcare and space exploration. His philanthropic work is inspiring countless others, including new entrepreneurs, and transforming radical breakthroughs in many of the world’s most challenging issues.
Jain has received many honors for his entrepreneurial successes and leadership skills, including a “Lifetime Achievement Award” by Red Herring Magazine for his significant contributions to technology and fostering global entrepreneurism, as well as a “Most Admired Serial Entrepreneur” by Silicon India and “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Ernst & Young.
Technology Frontiers 2013 is the second annual event from The Economist focused on inspiring thinkers with big ideas that transform business. This year’s event will inspire attendees to take a fresh perspective on how technology will transform our work, our lives and our world. For more information on the program, speakers or to register for the event, please go to: http://www.economistconferences.co.uk.
inome is evolving the Web to put people, instead of data, at the center of the online universe. Its revolutionary technologies connect billions of online and offline records to create unique profiles—or information genomes—for individuals. Applications and services built on information genomes help people connect with each other, control their publicly available information, and make informed decisions. inome is the result of almost a decade of people-centric innovation around organizing, integrating and analyzing personal information.