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Join us in November at WIRED Live, the two-day festival celebrating world-changing ideas, new technology, future-thinking design and growing business trends. The event is ideal for executives looking to understand how the most innovative and creative minds are weaving technology into business and design from Fortune 500 companies, government, SMEs and startups.

Curated by the WIRED editorial team, the speaker faculty is comprised of entrepreneurs, scientists, designers and inventors from around the world who dare to make a change – and have the potential to influence how the world works today.

2017 WIRED Live speakers include:
• Margrethe Vestager, EU commissioner of competition
Holding one of the most powerful positions in Europe, Margrethe Vestager is responsible for creating jobs, promoting growth and enforcing competition rules. Her decisions could change the way technology giants such as Google, Apple and Amazon operate.
• Herman Narula, co-founder and CEO, Improbable
Improbable co-founder Narula is building the Matrix. His company’s large-scale, complex simulations use virtual worlds to understand more about how we work, play, think and act.
• Professor Sue Black OBE, director, Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification, University of Dundee
Scottish forensic anthropologist and human anatomist Sue Black has worked on identification initiatives after the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, in criminal cold cases and forensic work in Kosovo.
• Richard Browning, founder and inventor, Gravity
Real-life Iron Man Richard Browning is pioneering authentic human flight. As head of aeronautical engineering startups Gravity, Browning is challenging perceived boundaries to human aviation and inspiring new generations.

Save 20% off ticket rates by using code DL20 online here or email wiredevents@condenast.co.uk. View more information online at http://wired.uk/wiredlive.