Mr. Badar Khushnood -- The country consultant for Google, shared his dream of a "globally connected, locally engaged and digitally active" Pakistan. For Khushnood the potential lay in the fast growing mobile phone market and internet growth. "The internet is not just a new medium, it's a new lifestyle," he said, adding that the importance of technology could be gauged by the fact that a sitting chief minister had created a Facebook page and his rivals are campaigning using social media. He said that conventional media was also going digital. "Change is not the death [of a society], the fear of change is," said Khushnood.
TEDxHUP International Conference was Organized by Hajvery University (HU) under license from TED, USA. It was held on Saturday, February 4 at the HU. The Conference brought together the Movers & Shakers of Pakistan as Keynote Speakers.The Theme of the Conference was — I Dream of a Pakistan.. You can view Videos of TEDx Talks by these remarkable speakers on www.TEDxHUP.com, and www.hup.edu.pk
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@affanjaved, unfortunately Mr. Badar Khushnood regretted to share his slideshow, citing copyright issues that may arise if the slides were made public. However, the other 10 key-note speakers have made their slideshows public, which have been embedded in their TEDxTalks videos. Do watch them, you like them very much.
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