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IntelliSense.io founder joins prestigious line up

last modified Aug 07, 2015 09:48 AM
Top Chinese CEOs and entrepreneurs visit The Møller Centre for Global Leadership Programme featuring William Hague

index.php-2.pngIntelliSense.io founder and ideaSpace city member Sam Bose recently addressed around 50 CEOs and entrepreneurs from China as part of Orient MIT, alongside the First Secretary of State, William Hague, Professor Archie Howie, former Head of the Cavendish Laboratories and Founding Fellow of Churchill College and Professor Sir Mike Gregory, Head of IfM and Fellow of Churchill College.

Speaking on the topic of Science & Technology Applications in Cambridge, Sam Bose, CEO of IntelliSense.io, presented the ARM andIntelliSense.io story highlighting the impact both these companies are having on the area of the Internet of Things, specifically in traditional industries.

He told us, 'the core focus was examining how change is driving innovation, and the advantages both of these companies’ products and applications present to the emerging connected world.'

For more on the event and speaker please see here.

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