“Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half.” Many of us can identify with this well-known lament from John Wanamaker, a pioneer of marketing. He said it almost 100 years ago, but it’s still painfully applicable today. Advertising has become unimaginably complex over the years. There are now so many intermediaries in the supply chain – including programmatic advertisers and ad tech companies – that fraud is increasingly difficult to keep at bay. Read how Blockchain might be able to save the day.
SImon Dingle is the founder of Inves Capital and Phantom Design, and has been working in cryptocurrency since 2011. In this critical presentation, Simon follows up his 2017 Heavy Chef presentation entitled "How Blockchain Is Changing The World" with a fascinating explanation of the tumultuous world of Bitcoin and why it remains the most exciting technology advance of the 21st Century.
The digital age can be a scary place. Some estimates convey that 50% of current jobs will not exist in 20 years. AI, VR, robotics, digital media, AR, big data, machine learning, nanotech, biotech, blockchain, cryptocurency, IOT - these are the terms that you need to immerse yourself into in order to thrive. Or do you? Clinical Psychologist Marc Rogatschnig gives the presentation of his life on the Heavy Chef stage, and provides us with a more human alternative.
Murray Robertson - Besides being a radio show host, designer, entrepreneur and polymath, Simon Dingle has launched several FinTech startups. He is one of Africa's most vocal proponents of the technology that is Blockchain. In this seminal Heavy Chef talk, hosted at Primedia Johannesburg and then again in Cape Town because of popularity, Simon explains why he is so excited about Blockchain - and why you should be too.
Heavy Chef, best known for its monthly events held in Johannesburg and Cape Town, launched its ‘Tours” offering on Valentine’s Day, 2017. Heavy Chef founder, Fred Roed, announced at a packed FinTech-themed gathering in Cape Town that Heavy Chef will be taking a limited number of delegates to London’s Silicon Roundabout, in April this year.