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Business Models for the Social Mobile Cloud

A session at SXSW Interactive 2013

Friday 8th March, 2013

4:00pm to 4:20pm (CST)

The combined impact of social technologies, the mobile Internet, and cloud computing are creating incredible new business opportunities. They are also destroying unprepared companies, transforming industries, and leaving behind workers who are unwilling or unable to adapt. Business Models for the Social Mobile Cloud reveals a compelling view from PwC of how the social mobile cloud and a combination of new technology changes are key players in a digital transformation in business and society that is moving more quickly and cutting more deeply than any technology transformation ever seen.

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Ted Shelton

Managing Director, PwC US

Ted leads a strategy transformation practice as part of PwC's management consulting organization. He has lead consulting teams for the past seven years, helping companies take advantage of emerging technologies to redefine product and service offerings, develop new business models, and transform operating models. Before coming to consulting for 15 years Ted worked as an executive in the technology industry in product development, marketing, and strategy roles. His first book, Business Models for the Social Mobile Cloud, is being published by John Wiley & Sons in February 2013.

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6 attendees

  • Eduardo Camargo
  • Chris Davis
  • Juston Western
  • Jeff Putthoff, SJ
  • Ted Shelton
  • tulio tavanielli

4 trackers

  • Alan Botvinick
  • Benjamin Ellis
  • Diane Kulseth
  • Alex

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When

Time 4:00pm4:20pm CST

Date Fri 8th March 2013

Where

Ballroom G, Austin Convention Center

Session type

Book Reading

Session Hash Tag

#socialmob

Short URL

lanyrd.com/scdgwq

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