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A dynamic series of debates and lectures

CW Talks

This series of talks and debates offers an opportunity for members of CW, and their invited guests, to discuss significant technology, market & societal issues with business decision makers and leading members of the academic community.

These events allow Founder members to get away from daily pressures, reflect on key issues, gain insight and, as always, network with fellow members of the CW community.

As with all CW activity, the aim is to critically examine and discuss underlying business and technology issues. CW provides the neutral and impartial platform for discussion and debate.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this programme. Contact for more details.

Ticket Structure:


Number of Free Tickets

Number of Free Guest Tickets

CW Founder Member 3 3 - Guests must be accompanied by a Founder Member
CW Associate Member 1 -

If you are a non member then you are still able to attend this event at a cost of £75 plus VAT.

Past events

Date Theme

Tuesday, 12 April 2018

Queens' College, Cambridge

Can the UK secure first mover advantage in 5G?

Read the post-event write up

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Digital Catapult, London

Solving rural connectivity: regulation or innovation?

Read the post-event write up in the Journal

Thursday, 28 March 2019

PwC, Cambridge

Is technology killing democracy? And what is to be done?

Read the post-event write up

Monday, 25 November 2019

Central Working, Victoria, London

Full fibre to every home by 2025: A bold vision or a failure to grasp reality? - Register now

Activities will normally be reported upon – either on the CW website, or the CW Journal - but some events will be under the Chatham House Rules.

The CW Talks are curated by

  • John Haine

    Visiting Professor, University of Bristol

  • William Webb

    CEO, Weightless SIG

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