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Fact is, business uptake has been rather slow and tentative. What explains this situation? How have targeted business needs, marketed wearable and immersive products, their value propositions, and investment in companies innovating these solutions, facilitated or inhibited take off?
This TPMA event will provide practical insights to the key business adoption challenges, and suggest strategies, to spur high-payback use of these technologies.
Join us on Tuesday, February 28th at 6:15pm
Fabulous Line-up of Speakers from: IDC Canada, Pycap Corp., InteraXon/Muse, Shapetrace Inc., and eSight Corp.
REGISTER early to get a spot!
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Stacey Feero is a Product Manager working in Toronto at TWG. She’s been a practicing product manager for the last two years, but has been working in the tech industry for nine years. Stacey started out in academia studying film until she applied for a job as a part-time research assistant at a start-up. She got the job and has happily worked in various roles in the tech industry every since.
Learn more about Stacey here.
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