One Question returns with animation royalty

Apr 2nd, 2017

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This year One Question returns to the Banking Hall in London on May 17th following a successful inaugural event in late 2016.

Attendees will get the chance to hear an eye-opening keynote from Matthew Luhn, one of first story creators behind Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Toy Story. Matthew will be joined by Jeremy Waite from IBM, Lindsay Holt, Former Digital Director for Vice President, Joe Biden, James Whatley of Ogilvy & Mather, Brian Henderson of PwC and many more, to answer the single question; “Can we really trust technology?”.

In a world that’s changing at such pace, panellists will discuss how we balance the game-changing potential of technology innovation with ethics, trust and the importance of security. With no slides and no sales pitches, attendees should expect inspirational stories designed to educate and excite.

One Question founder Sarah Parsonage said; “Continuing the success of our first event in late 2016, this time we’ll delve deeper in to the latest challenges businesses and individuals face today. How we can all take advantage of the incredibly exciting things technology can do for you, while being wary of the potential pitfalls? We look forward to hearing a thought-provoking, vivacious debate from speakers of varied backgrounds.”

Speaking of the inaugural event in November, Fred Bolza, VP Strategy at Sony Music said; “One Question was one of the highlights of my year. In a world of fast paced sound bites flying around the social ether it presented itself as an oasis of calm and reflection. By focusing on one question answered from various angles it moved the audience from their usual distractions to a far more stately pace, where depth replaced breadth. In short, I loved it.”

Following the event, speakers will turn their sessions into a long-form essay, which will be collated into One Edition – a one-of-a-kind coffee table book that will be distributed to event attendees during the day. The conference is open to just a limited number of attendees, so register now to join the discussion.