Jeremy works in PwC's Emerging & Digital Technologies team in London in the space of innovation and insight. He is invested (both mentally and financially) in virtual reality and has given multiple talks on various aspects of VR including at SXSW in Austin, Texas and the Institute of Ideas in London.Technology has always been his passion and he's used it to, among other things, provide internet access to a remote village in Ghana, teach mathematics online, and mentor school students on building mobile and web applications.Having come from a mixed British/Arab heritage, Jeremy was born in London but spent most of his life living in Dubai.
Sue McLean is an Of Counsel lawyer in the London office of international law firm Morrison & Foerster. Sue is a member of the firm’s Technology Transactions Group and Global Sourcing Group and heads up the firm’s Social Media Practice in Europe. Sue has over 15 years of experience advising on a wide range of non-contentious technology matters, including outsourcing, technology procurement, licensing and distribution, e-/m-commerce and social media. Sue’s clients range from emerging companies to large multi-nationals.
Jag Sharma lives and breathes social media at a fast pace everyday. 5 years of real hands on social media experience, having done everything from creating & editing content, media buying, community management, and writing strategies, to present day where he manages a multi-million pound dedicated social media budget, working with world-class content agencies, media buying groups, and both in-house and outsourced moderation teams.
Ángel does love advertising and has an extensive 30 years experience bringing brands into life while dealing with different roles at multinational agencies: from junior account executive to co-President in a journey that started in general consumer advertising and continued in healthcare branding. Back in 2009 he decided that it was about time to entrepreneur. At that stage, the horizon of the new collaborative economy was rising and, envisioning that brands were going to be co-created on what was coined as the upcoming new markets of conversations, resulted in his what nextdream: Ideagoras.