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Article on Service Week 2017 in London Evening Standard

last modified Oct 26, 2017 03:49 PM
Anthony Hilton, of the London Evening Standard, attended our Service Week 2017 Industry Day event, and wrote about one of the keynote speakers, from Alibaba, in a recent article.

In his article Anthony Hilton reflects on the impact of technology will have on our lives and the difficulty of predicting its impact.  He says of the conference:

 "...the value of a conference earlier this month organised by Cambridge Service Alliance, a co-operative venture between academics at the university and several of the world’s leading companies, which is about finding solutions to business problems.

It gave a platform this year to Dr Ye Meng, a senior expert from Alibaba and he returned the favour with an eye-opening presentation of what his business is doing in China."

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