Ticket sales open for ‘An Afternoon with Jack’

By on 26 July, 2016


Registration has just opened for ‘An Afternoon with Jack’ at the Sydney Opera House on Thursday 13 October 2016.

As the founder and president of Esri, Jack Dangermond is widely regarded as the global pioneer of the digital mapping revolution. US President Barack Obama considers him one of the biggest change advocates of the digital age. Bill Gates describes him as “one of a kind” and attributes him to the rise of modern mapping. And the world’s biggest enterprises – including Google, Microsoft and IBM – are lining up to do business with him.

Against the backdrop of the Sydney Opera House, Dangermond will give Australian audiences a rare insight into the vision driving his multi-billion-dollar Geographic Information System (GIS) empire and share his advice for getting the most from Esri’s world-leading technology – the ArcGIS platform.

Dangermond will be joined on stage by other leading technology evangelists including: 2016 US presidential candidate and former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley; Boustead Geospatial Group managing director Brett Bundock; and, Treasury Wine Estates’ GIS trailblazer David Gerner.

Tickets for this event are strictly limited, so register now.


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