Thursday, 11 October 2012

Jim Mather to represent MindGenius at Biggerplate Unplugged


Biggerplate, one of the largest communities of mind map users in the world, are hosting a series of “Biggerplate Unplugged” events with the aim to inform and inspire the mind mapping community, and provide a focal point for individuals and organisations to meet and discuss developments and innovation within the mind mapping world.

MindGenius will be represented at the London event by Jim Mather, Chairman of sister company Gael Ltd. Jim served as a Member of the Scottish Parliament from 2003 until 2011. In 2007, he was appointed Minister for Enterprise, Energy & Tourism: a role he served until he stepped down from front line politics last year.

During Jim’s Keynote session, he will aim to discuss the question: “Is there justification for giving mind mapping software mainstream status?” Jim believes that mind mapping software has the ability to help to keep people purposefully connected and make tangible progress and we must now talk up those, who, internally or with external alliances, have used such systems to simultaneously be more competitive and more collaborative in order to make the message more widely known. Jim will also share his experience of using this approach in Government.

The London event will be held on Thursday, January 31, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (GMT) at the Hub Westminster, SW1Y 4TE, and will offer the opportunity to bring together mind mapping software users, developers, bloggers and trainers to explore trends and innovations in the world of mind mapping and will include Keynote sessions, expert speakers, and roundtable discussions.

Early bird tickets are available until October 31st and space is limited, so book your place now, or find out more at: http://biggerplatelondon.eventbrite.com/#  

Check out the MindGenius groups on Biggerplate: http://www.biggerplate.com/groups/mindgenius.   You will find Resources for Project Managers, Financial Planners and those in HR as well as general business and personal maps.

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