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Digital Creative 519 Conference including Deloitte TMT

London Economic Development Corporation

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 from 1:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)

Digital Creative 519 Conference including Deloitte TMT

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DC519 Conference (Sold Out!) (1:30pm - 4:30pm)
Option to include Deloitte TMT during registration with this pass.
Ended $50.00 $4.06
Deloitte TMT (4:30pm - 7:30pm)   more info Ended Free $0.00

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Looking to scale-up your product or service? DC519 combines a stellar lineup of speakers who will share their journey of product design, acquisitions, and going global with London's brightest tech trailblazers.

Stick around after DC519 for Deloitte's Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Predictions.


Who should attend?

  • Founders/Executives
  • Operation/Business Development
  • Executive Design teams


This event also includes the Deloitte TMT as part of your registration. 






1:30 pm

DC519 Welcome & Opening Remarks


1:45 pm

The Journey and Learnings from a Security Start-up - Nakina Systems to successful acquisition by Nokia 

Mary O’Neil, Vice President, Nokia

Rob Dickson, Nokia Software Pricing Specialist


What you will learn: Journey and Learnings of an Acquisition. 

Speaker Bio: Mary is responsible for Nokia Software Security product offerings. Mary is responsible for determining product strategy and execution. Under Mary’s leadership we are delivering best in class security software solutions for critical networks. Mary joined Nokia in 2016 via the Nokia security acquisition of Nakina Systems where she was CEO. Mary held numerous positions in Nakina prior to becoming CEO including VP Sales and Bus Dev, VP Marketing and VP of PLM. Prior to Nakina – Mary was VP of Optera Metro including both optical systems and network management at Nortel including responsibility for business and R&D. Mary is also an experienced BOD member having served on both business and charitable boards.

Speaker Bio: Rob is responsible for software pricing for the Nokia Software (NSW) portfolio, for major Canadian accounts. Prior to this role, Rob was a co-founder of Nakina Systems, and held roles in product management, pre-sales, and partner management (including running Nakina’s global partnerships with Nokia and Alcatel Lucent). Before Nakina, Rob held a range of roles at Nortel Networks, and other companies in the transportation and financial services sectors. Rob is a proud native of London, graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science from Western University. 


2:15 pm

How to Internationalize your Product or Service and Scale Globally

Lori Casselman, President and Chief Operations Officer, TribalScale


What you will learn: Internationalizing your product or service.

Speaker Bio: Lori leads the company’s revenue growth and international expansion, driving the strategy and operational effectiveness to drive the company into the future. Before TribalScale, Lori served as League Inc.’s Chief Health Officer, bringing industry expertise to support strategy, growth, and product development in one of the world’s leading fintech innovators.


2:45 pm

Networking Event

Centre Gallery



Design systems: Product design at scale

Jonathan Kochis, UX Research + Product Design,

Jon Rundle, Senior Product Designer, Envoy

What you will learn: Jon and Jonathan will explain what a design system is, how design systems save time and money, how to get started, and how to ensure your design system is successful as it matures.

Speaker Bio: Jon Rundle is an experienced product designer with a focus on mobile UX, interface design, and product strategy.

Speaker Bio: Jonathan is an NNG-certified UX researcher and product designer with over 10 years of experience in product development both as an individual designer and researcher and as a team lead. 


3:50 pm – 4:20 pm

Building and Scaling Product Teams

Patrick Gregory, Director of Product at Mobials Inc. 

What you will learn:  how to apply product management principles used by successful companies like Netflix, AirBNB and Spotify. Increase organizational bandwidth and set your company up to scale by utilizing cross-functional teams. Ways to break down silos between departments and shorten feedback loops to encourage closer collaboration at all levels.

Speaker Bio: Patrick has spent the last five years discovering and delivering successful products for startups and large enterprises in the automotive, broadcasting and financial services industries.


Deloitte's TMT Predictions 2019: The Future in Technology, Media & Telecommunications


4:30 pm

Networking Event

Centre Gallery


5:00 pm

Duncan Stewart Director of Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Research for Deloitte Canada

What you will learn: Tech Trends


6:30 pm

Networking Event

Centre Gallery


Related links: 

TMT Predictions 2018

TMT Predictions 2017

TMT Predictions 2016


Technology Fast 50TM 

For more information please visit the Deloitte Technology, Media and Telecommunications homepage.


Sponsors: LEDC & Deloitte



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When & Where

Museum London
421 Ridout Street North
London, ON N6A5H4

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 from 1:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)

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London Economic Development Corporation

The London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is the lead economic development agency in London, Canada, and is a partnership between the City of London and the private sector. The LEDC is improving the economic well-being of Londoners through the growth and expansion of local businesses and the attraction of new businesses to London.

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