CW Inclusive Innovation Conference

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There is compelling evidence that diversity is a key driver of innovation and a critical success factor allowing organisations to respond to the changing market needs.

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About the event

Diversity creates an inclusive culture that not only supports innovation but is crucial for companies wishing to attract and retain top talent.

On Monday 19th September, CW will host its inaugural event dedicated to driving diversity and inclusion to foster the growth of new products, services and markets. This event, delivered in partnership with Bailey Fisher Executive Search, will see industry thought leaders gather together to champion the business case for greater diversity and inclusion.

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Registration and networking with refreshments



Faye Holland, Founder & Director, Cofinitive & Board Member, CW (Cambridge Wireless)
Jon Bradford, Director, The Bradfield Centre
Hosts - Luisa Baldini & Louisa Preston, Composure Media


Technologies leading the way

Sally Eaves, Chief Technology Officer, Mind Fit
The world of work is changing driven by emerging technologies such as AI, Blockchain and VR/AR, alongside IoT connectivity. These technologies can be both a catalyst for inclusive innovation and drive societal change. Sally will highlight how high-performing businesses are cultivated through continual innovation and diversity, enabled by emergent technology.


Teenagers hacking free from the mould

Peter He, Freelance Researcher
Peter is a great example of how teenagers are embracing inclusive innovation and breaking away from societies’ expectations. Peter, amongst other things, is an AI Researcher with a team at King’s College London, winner of a ‘hack happiness’ Hackathon and a BP Impact award winner for developing a system to detect faults in undersea carbon storage pipelines.


Diversity and Inclusion – truth or dare?

David D’Souza, Head of Engagement and London, CIPD
Gender bias, inherent sexism, pay gaps - what are the implications of the current level of gender imbalance within the tech sector over the next decade? Where is Diversity and Inclusion failing and what can companies do to overcome these?


ARM’s Diversity & Inclusion journey

Kirsty Gill, Executive Vice President, People, ARM Ltd
Kirsty will share ARM’s journey in creating an innovative, integrated business through inclusion and how this resulted in increased talent acquisition, retention and an improved business case.


Interactive audience discussion


Refreshments and networking


Empowerment in the new world of work – parallel sessions

Masterclass 3 - Brain-savvy business. Using an understanding of the brain to create better businesses
Jan Hills, Founder, Head Heart + Brain
We are learning that successful leaders use more than their head. The heart and brain play an important part too. Neuroscience, the brain part, is all about understanding how our brains function best. And its findings are challenging a lot of the ways people have traditionally been taught to lead businesses. Since 2009 we have worked with business leaders to show how the latest science can maximise their business performance, creating an environment that is innovative, inclusive, and utilises more diverse skills than thinking. A business that can get the best from their employees can better understand the minds of their customers or clients. Using insights from neuroscience, leaders can create working environments that get the very best out of their employees – unlocking the problem-solving skills and initiative that all modern businesses need.
Neuroscience is giving us a new understanding of how people make decisions, change, create new ways of working and have new ideas. Our brain-savvy approach helps leaders apply the science to their everyday working practices. We will share with you some of these insights and how you can use them in your business. Attendees will be provided with a copy of Jan’s book Brain-savvy Business.


Empowerment in the new world of work – parallel sessions

Masterclass 1 - The Multiplier Effect Workshop
Hema Marshall, Executive Lead & Sponsor for Inclusion and Diversity & Skills, Cisco UK & Ireland
This masterclass will explore how to change the diversity equation and how to demonstrate the multiplier effect. While mentors listen, sponsors act by telling you what you need to know, clearing obstacles from your path and making your success their business. Find out how you as an individual can use the power of sponsorship to accelerate the pipeline of diverse talent.


Empowerment in the new world of work – parallel sessions

Masterclass 2 - Diversity – a financial business case for corporate strategy
Daniel Hulme, CEO and Founder, Satalia
This will be a unique workshop covering radially new ideas in organisational design and psychology. The traditional measures of diversity - gender, age, race - are simplistic and outdated. Daniel will present new ways to enable diversity and inclusivity to flourish within an organisation. He will argue that if companies don't adopt these innovations then they face losing talent and competitiveness.


Lunch and networking


The Era of Multigenerational Workforces

Michelle Senecal de Fonseca, Area Vice President, Northern Europe, Citrix
In the light of political, technological and social changes all businesses are needing to evolve. Not only that but the consumer market is changing and individual perspectives are more and more relevant in decisions. Michelle will discuss how business needs to change how it views work in order to drive new efficiencies. This in part also means that understanding the barriers and opportunities in the era of 5 generations in the workplace will be critical for business success. So how do we attract young people in innovation? How can Gen X upwards be retrained? And how, more generally do we attract top talent? What needs to be incorporated into roles to attract a diverse mix of people and how do environments and businesses need to change?


How We’re Getting More Women into Tech

Gen Ashley, Director of Women Who Code London & Lead for Google Women Techmakers
Gen will talk about the current situation with regards to number of Women in Technology (especially in Software Engineering), what is being done about it and what benefits having more women in the team bring to organisations.


Panel Session: Unconscious Bias

Moderator: Vicky Sleight, CW, (Cambridge Wireless)
Implicit or unconscious bias happens when we make judgments and assessments of people and situations without us realising. They are influenced by our background, cultural environment and personal experiences. This debate will focus on how this can hold us back and how diversity of thought and perspectives can lead to success.
Jo Evershed, Behavioural Scientist, Cauldron
Ross Keeping, Director of Engineering Enterprise, ARM Ltd
Sara Shahvisi, Director of Programmes, Fearless Futures
Angela Yin, Organisational Psychologist (Development & Culture), Satalia


Diversity and Innovation

David Hardcastle, Senior Manager, Amazon Alexa
At Amazon. we’re always looking to innovate on behalf of our customers. To innovate we often need to challenge our own strongly held beliefs; only by building and championing diverse teams can we do that effectively.


Refreshments and networking


Reaching for the sky

Arjun Naha, Software Developer, Naha Digital
Jhumi Naha, Enterprise IT Portfolio Manager, Vodafone Limited
Arjun and his fellow school friends embody inclusive innovation with their high-altitude balloon project. The journey involved winning funding to launch the balloon into space and tracking it. They programmed a Raspberry Pi, added and coded a u-blox chipset add on and then created a video to show at other schools to showcase innovation and discuss STEM.


Breaking geographical boundaries

Gary Stewart, Director, Wayra UK
Independent research has revealed findings that reinforce the United Kingdom’s position as one of the world’s most diverse start-up ecosystems, as well as key insights into the significant impact diversity is having on the country’s newest businesses. ‘What this research tells us is that start-ups would get far more growth, innovation and entry into new markets if there was a more diverse combination of people involved’


Why diversity matters in business success

Heather Richards, CEO, Transversal
Transversal is a company that believes there is a more innovative way for people to find, share and manage collective knowledge. Heather will share her 20-year journey from Cambridge academic to Tech CEO and discuss how an inclusive company culture has propelled Transversal from a small Cambridge-based start up to the successful, global organisation it is today – recognised as a world leader in AI knowledge management solutions. She will focus on the importance of diversity in not only building effective teams, but also its place in product development, sales, marketing and services. Also explored will be the competitive advantages diversity and inclusivity can bring to an organisation trying to establish itself in a fast changing economic and political climate. She will conclude with how technological advancements in AI and beyond rely on a diversity of thought and experience as part of the problem-solving process – focusing on practical ways to foster and encourage these approaches within your own business environment.


Collective Brilliance > Individual Brilliance

Nicole Pretorius, Co-founder, SheCanCode
SheCanCode, a career consulting platform bridging the digital skills gap by empowering women to enter and remain in the tech industry. Nicole, Co-founder, shares her journey that led her to start SheCanCode and insights into the impact that diversity and inclusion has on economics.


The workforce of the future

Roger Gorman, Davos and White House speaker, Founder and CEO, ProFinda
The world of work as we know it is changing exponentially and Roger will discuss the importance of uniting views and opinions in the midst of this next technological revolution and how business needs to adapt to the challenges ahead.


Interactive audience discussion


Closing remarks

Faye Holland, Founder & Director, Cofinitive & Board Member, CW (Cambridge Wireless)
Robert Driver, CEO, CW (Cambridge Wireless)
Call to arms individually and organisationally to foster greater Inclusive Innovation.


Networking Drinks


Gen Ashley - Director, Women Who Code London

Gen is the Director of Women Who Code London and is a very active leader in the Tech community in London. Aside from her involvement with Women Who Code she is a Lead for Google Women Techmakers, NASA Space Apps Challenge and Twitter Developer Community London. She is also part of the leadership committee for Ada's List (a network for women in technology). She is co-organiser of COED:CODE, OpenTechSchool London and London Game Developers. She was the Head of Developer Outreach at Skills Matter and a former VP / Business Development Manager / Project Manager at Citigroup. In 2016 Gen helped lead Anita Borg Institute London and was actively instrumental in delivering the very first 1-Day Grace Hopper Conference in Europe which was held in London.

Luisa Baldini

After 12 years as a TV news correspondent at the BBC covering everything from the Amanda Knox trials in Italy to Royal births, Luisa moved to New York for 3 years with her family in 2014. Having established their new lives, Luisa decided to use her core skills honed at the top level of broadcast journalism in a new context; with an emphasis on wanting to help others find the confidence to present with composure and communicate effectively. Thus, Composure Media was launched with business partner Louisa Preston. Luisa is now back working in the UK but continues to consult US-based clients remotely, including coaching for Vermilion Talent, a womens' career re-entry program based in New York. Prior to working at the BBC Luisa worked at ITV News, Channel 5 News and Euronews in Lyon, France. Luisa has facilitated corporate events for Nissan, Sage, Cannon, Nortel, Cisco, Honeywell, Market Gravity, Barclays Capital and the British Council. As one half of Composure Media, Luisa was invited to be a presentation coach at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Ignite 2017 conference.

Jon Bradford

Jon Bradford is a highly experienced early stage investor. Jon was previously the MD of Techstars London, co-founder of F6S and, and an advisor to Dubai Future Accelerator. Jon is the Director of the John Bradfield Centre. Jon launched the first bootcamp accelerator outside of the US in 2009 that subsequently merged with Techstars to become Techstars' first international program. He also founded the Ignite100 Accelerator in the UK, the Start-up Wise Guys Accelerator in Estonia and the Eleven Venture Accelerator in Bulgaria. Alongside this, he helped to launch a further nine accelerators from Montreal to Moscow earning him the title "Godfather of European Accelerators". Jon is also a cofounder of F6S, one of the world’s largest networks for entrepreneurs with over 1.5 million users, as well as a cofounder of, Europe's premier tech news site. Jon was recently inducted into the Europas' "Hall of Fame", Europe's premier start-up awards. Finally, Jon was recently appointed as an Executive Advisor to Dubai Future Accelerator and the Director of the John Bradfield Centre based in Cambridge, one of the largest start-up incubators in the UK.

David D'Souza - Head of Engagement and London, CIPD

David is the CIPD’s Head of London. Recently described as “one of the UK’s most influential HR and workplace commentators”, he is a respected speaker and writer on progressive HR & business practice. David has expertise on a wide range of areas including organisational development, learning & development, talent and performance management, ethics, employee engagement and the future of work. Prior to joining the CIPD, David worked as an independent Organisational Development Consultant, having held previous roles as Head of People Development at Metrobank and in various HR positions for an international FS firm.

Jo Evershed - CEO, Cauldron Science

Jo Evershed has a background in psychological science and economics. She is responsible for the science and business aspect of Cauldron, and her personal area of interest is in developing evidence-based interventions for education, and in particular STEM education. Cauldron supports psychological scientists by offering specialist technical support and creating bespoke experimental platforms. They have also created the cloud software platform Gorilla, used by behavioral scientists across the globe to configure and launch behavioral studies. Cauldron’s ultimate goal is to support the transfer of research into front-line evidence-tested interventions that benefit society.

Kirsty Gill - EVP, People, Arm

Kirsty joined Arm in 2002 and has held various leadership roles in the People Team including Executive Remuneration, Rewards, Organizational Effectiveness, People Services and Systems. She is known for her achievements on developing programs that deliver high performance, high engagement and progressive organizations. At Arm she is focused on creating a workplace where people love to collaborate, growth is encouraged and innovation flourishes, all done in Arm’s own unique way. Prior to Arm, Kirsty was HR Director for a start-up company, GF-X, and started her HR career at Accenture.

Roger Gorman - Founder and CEO, ProFinda

Serial entrepreneur Roger Gorman combines 20 years of experience leading transformation, change and innovation across some of the world's largest corporates and networks. With a background in psychology and digital innovation, in 2011, Roger launched ProFinda; an AI powered expertise finding platform that transforms the potential of a workforce. Whilst scaling ProFinda’s core business, Roger also works on a number of projects that focus on his passion for communities of change, social impact and philanthropy. Through the development of ProFinda, and its new approach to disruption, Roger has had the opportunity to recently lecture at The White House, feature at Davos – including speaking on the panel at Davos 2017 for CNBC’s ‘Reshaping the Future of Jobs’ alongside the CEOs of ABB, EY and Manpower. In addition – he was recently quoted following the release of ProFinda’s 2016 white paper: The Disconnected Organisation in: Bdaily, Global Banking and Finance Review, The Marketing Blog, Business Matters, Digital Marketing Magazine, Incentive and Motivation, BizReport and Recruitment Buzz.

Peter He - A.I. Researcher, King's College London

Peter is a freelance researcher in artificial intelligence based in London with a focus on the multi-objective optimisation of DNNs by evolutionary means. The most recent of his escapades involves working with a team at King’s College London; the most amusing being shortlisted in the BBC’s national Young Composers Contest with a computer-generated score. In his spare time, he is the Chief Editor at the Young Scientists Journal, heading an international team of students on a mission to publish the work of the scientists of Generation Z. His life currently revolves around three things: chilling, going ‘with the flow’ and desperately hanging onto the final dribs of childhood.

Jan Hills - Founder, Head Heart + Brain

Jan set up Head Heart + Brain to change the way businesses are managed and led. Her consultancy takes the findings from neuroscience and applies them to leadership and business practice. With a Masters qualification in NeuroLeadership, she’s the driving force behind their brain-savvy approach. Before Head Heart + Brain Jan ran her own successful consulting business and was COO at an investment bank, so brings a huge amount of experience to the table in leadership and dealing with practical business issues. She is the author of three books including Brain-savvy Business: 8 principles from neuroscience and how to apply them.

Faye Holland - Founder, cofinitive Ltd

Faye Holland is founder of cofinitive Ltd, a PR and corporate communications company based in Cambridge. cofinitive has launched and transformed dozens of projects, undertaken numerous branding development and execution projects, and are experienced communicators working cohesively at all levels of organisations and their stakeholder communities. Their client base includes many of the most exciting tech companies locally, nationally and internationally. Faye currently sits on the Combined Authority Business Board and the Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce, and previously sat on the board of CW. Internationally she is the master of ceremonies a major technology event, is the lead of the East of England Engage for Success chapter, and is a co-founder of Impact Women's Network. Prior to founding cofinitive, Faye ran the European and Asia-Pacific operations of a global media company; worked internationally at IBM on numerous emerging technology projects; after originally cutting her teeth at PIPEX where she was responsible for UK and Ireland marcomms for direct and indirect sales, and launched the first iteration of PIPEX Dial. Faye has recently been the recipient of many awards and accolades  as an entrepreneur and as a woman in tech.

Daniel Hulme - CEO, Satalia

Daniel is the CEO of Satalia, a London-based company that provides Artificial Intelligence (AI) inspired solutions to solve industries hardest problems. He is also the Director of UCL’s Business Analytics MSc, applying AI to solve business and social problems. Daniel is a popular public speaker specialising in the topics of Philosophy, Technology, Innovation and Organisational Design. He is a serial TEDx speaker and speaker for the Singularity University. Daniel has a Masters and Doctorate in AI from UCL, lecturing in Computer Science and Business, and is passionate about how technology can be used to govern organisations and bring positive social impact. Daniel is the co-founder of ASI Data Science and has Advisory and Executive positions in many companies. He holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship and actively promotes positive entrepreneurship and technology innovation across the globe.

Ross Keeping - Arm

Ross joined Arm in 2016 and leads a fifty-person engineering team that develop tools to support scientists using supercomputers to solve large-scale challenges like weather prediction. Ross is known for his positivity and energy, and is committed to building engaged collaborative teams that deliver quality. In 13 months, Ross has grown the team from 18 to 50 people, including the successful integration of an acquisition whilst improving diversity. Ross’s journey of continual improvement and passion for enriching others gets him out of bed each morning (if it’s not his young children). Prior to Arm, Ross has held various engineering and leadership positions in technical start-ups and IBM. Parallel to Arm, Ross writes stories and occasionally performs on stage.

Sylvia Lu - Corporate Strategy, u-blox UK, Member of Advisory Board, UKTIN

Sylvia Lu is an award-winning Chartered Engineer and Non-Executive Director. Sylvia has over 15 years of experience in the Telecom industry for four mobile generations with chipset vendors, currently with u-blox at the Corporate Strategy group – a Swiss vendor of positioning and wireless communication chipset, modules, and services.

Sylvia serves on several national and global industry Boards: she is an elected board director of CW (Cambridge Wireless), and serves on the Advisory Board of UKTIN, which provides independent advice on the telecoms sector, champions the opportunities in telecoms research, development, and innovation for the UK, and helps UKTIN provide impartial input to government. She also serves on the Board of 5G-ACIA (5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation), and joins forces with global industry stakeholders to influence 5G development and deployment in line with industrial imperatives to accelerate Industry 4.0.

She holds a first-class Electronic Engineering degree from Birmingham University and a Master of Science degree in Communications and Signal Processing from the University of Bristol. She graduated with a Distinction from the University of Oxford in PGDip Strategy & Innovation, and an Executive MBA degree from the University of Cambridge. Sylvia is also an artist.

Jhumi Naha - Enterprise IT Portfolio Manager, Vodafone

Jhumi is currently working at Vodafone, in Enterprise IT as a Portfolio Manager for Cloud & Security Products. Jhumi studied her Masters in Electronic Engineering at Kings College London and has always been very passionate about motivating young women to study and work within the technology sector. Vodafone is currently involved with the Step into STEM programme, which encourages and supports young girls who study STEM subjects at sixth form to pursue a career in STEM. This programme was set up by the women network’s at Ericsson, BT, O2 and Vodafone to address the lack of women entering the STEM sector.

Arjun Naha - Naha Digital

Arjun founded Naha Digital, a software development company, where last year he launched a high altitude balloon into the stratosphere. He had a team of four, who he taught how to use the radio communications software they used to track the balloon. His team then presented to their school about how they prepared, launched, tracked and then recovered the balloon with a focus on getting students to take STEM subjects at a higher education level. He won a scholarship from Apple to attend their Worldwide Developer Conference 2017 in San Jose where he met with developers from all around the world. He is currently interning at Content Guru, a cloud communications company, as an Application Engineer where he is working on their award-winning storm platform. Arjun is currently studying for his GCSE’s and inspires to specialise in cyber-security.

Abhi Naha - Digital Accelerator Director, PwC UK

Abhi Naha is the Digital Accelerator Director at PwC. He is creating and leading a new tech division for PwC. The Digital Accelerator solves innovation challenges using the power of scale ups and ecosystems for greater insights, impact and value creation.

Abhi was the CCO of CW Cambridge Wireless and CEO of the Product as a Service Consortium. At CW, Abhi initiated and lead on the 5G private network testbed in Cambridge, corporate digital innovation accelerators and high value collaborations.

Abhi was the CEO and Founder of Zone V a Cambridge start up backed by Qualcomm and ARM focused on empowering people with aging eyes and visually impairment through inclusively designed smartphone software. He held senior roles at Powermat, San Jose based Synaptics and advisory roles for Goldman Sachs and Silver Lake in the area of mobile user interface technologies. Abhi is a senior advisor to an autonomous vehicle mobility scale up Conigital, Industry Partner (Digital Infrastructure) for Arjun Infrastructure Partners with 5 Billion Euros of assets under management and an Ambassador for the United Nations Global Sustainability Index Institute. Abhi studied Electronics and Electrical Engineering, has an MBA in International Marketing and authored a book on Mobile Handset Design when approached by Cambridge University Press. More recently Abhi has created an initiative to help train widows in developing countries learn python programming, gain financial empowerment and become future leaders.

Louisa Preston - Composure Media

Louisa Preston has been a face on national news for nearly 20 years. She currently presents and reports on BBC London News and has been part of the presenting team for major national events, including the London 2012 Olympics and Royal Wedding in 2011. Louisa joined the BBC after working for ITN’s ITV News as well as Five News, where she became the youngest national newsreader aged 22. In addition to presenting corporate videos, Louisa chairs and facilitates numerous large corporate events including award ceremonies for Shell, HSBC, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and the Home Office. Harnessing her expertise from a long career in broadcast journalism, Louisa co-founded Composure Media with Luisa Baldini to help others face the media with composure and communicate effectively. As one half of Composure Media, Louisa was invited to be a presentation coach at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Ignite 2017 conference.

Heather Richards - CEO, Transversal

Heather is CEO of Transversal, a Cambridge-based cognitive knowledge company. Having originally moved to the UK from the USA in 1998 to complete a MPhil at Cambridge University, Heather joined Transversal as part of the founding team in 2000. She excelled in a variety of roles within the company, including VP of Professional Services, before being named CEO in 2014. She has been instrumental in growing the company from a small start-up, to the recognised leader in knowledge management solutions it is today. Heather is passionate about finding creative approaches to solving complex problems, and encourages cross-disciplinary collaboration as a way of embracing and capitalising on change.

Michelle Senecal de Fonseca - Area Vice President, Citrix

Michelle Senecal de Fonseca is currently Area Vice President, Northern Europe at Citrix. She is responsible for the continued growth and development of Citrix sales and services operations in the Northern Europe region (comprising UK/Ireland and the Nordic countries) by driving revenues, executing an aggressive growth strategy and cultivating the company’s valued partner ecosystem. Citrix technology makes the world’s apps and data secure and easy to access, empowering people to work anywhere and at any time. Michelle has 25 years in international telecommunications and technology; managing large scale corporations and small entrepreneurial start-ups; operational experience in more than 50 countries. Prior to joining Citrix, Michelle was global managing director for Vodafone Cloud and Hosting Services – responsible for all areas of the business including sales, strategy, product and service development. Over her 25-year career she has also held positions at Cable and Wireless, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and NextiraOne. She is also a non-executive director at FDM Group, and a co-founder and board member of the Women in Telecoms and Technology (WiTT) group.

Sara Shahvisi - Fearless Futures

Sara is Director of Programmes at Fearless Futures. Fearless Futures engages people in critical thought to understand and challenge the root causes of inequalities and grow powerful new ways of leading transformative change. Sara’s expertise lies at the intersection of equalities pedagogy, research and facilitation: and she has brought unique diversity and inclusion thinking to organisations in the public, private and not-for-profit arenas. Alongside her BA in Politics, Psychology and Sociology from University of Cambridge, she has an MSc in Social Policy from the London School of Economics.

Gary Stewart - Director, Wayra UK

Gary Stewart is the Director of Wayra UK and Telefónica Open Future_ (UK). He is also an associate professor and the Entrepreneur-In-Residence at IE Business School in Madrid. Gary co-founded, a Barcelona start-up that raised over €4M in funding before being sold to an Australian competitor. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Gary worked as a lawyer at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in London, and Freshfields Brackhaus Deringer in Spain. Gary graduated magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Yale University and was the Executive Editor of The Yale Journal at Yale Law School.

Angela Yin - Organisational Psychologist, Satalia

Angela is an organisational psychologist at Satalia with a background in cross-cultural developmental psychology. She assists in organisational structure design and culture development, and integrates a human-centred approach in her work. She's passionate about diversity and inclusivity in the workplace and integrates her passion into anything from organisational structure and design to analysing internal company data. At Satalia, Angela serves on the Humans Inclusive committee and has conducted multiple workshops addressing cognitive biases that occurs with increased transparency. Satalia also actively collects and analyses internal data looking at gender differences in areas like online communication styles, gendered differences in topic analyses and participation in certain channels, and acts on how we can use data to not only manage but also drive inclusivity.

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