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Philip Cronin, GM/Country Head, Intel Australia and New Zealand, 1 June 2011
SME EXECUTIVE BOARDROOM
Philip addressed 19 SME executives where he explored the role of technology in society under the topic of "Completely Connected". He discussed what an integrated, technological world will mean for business, and for our children. The event was proudly sponsored by Hilton Sydney. Click on the heading to read more.
Philip Cronin is Intel’s General Manager for Australia and New Zealand. His role encompasses managing the sales and marketing of Intel’s computer business and promoting the company’s position as a leader in providing technologies that are changing the way people live and work.
Intel is an American, global technology company and the world's largest semiconductor chip maker. Intel develops advanced integrated digital technology products for computing and communications. Intel’s goal is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.
In the community, Philip was elected Chairman of the Australian Information Industry Association, (AiiA) in October 2010. He has a particular interest in how Intel’s technologies are leading efforts to enhance the digital economy, environment, education, and how IT can improve the delivery of health care.
Philip is also an active member of the Starlight IT Fund for Kids, an ICT industry based charity which raises funds to utilise ICT in delivering benefits for children suffering with long term illness. In 10 years the IT Fund for kids has raised over $3 million.
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