UNTETHER.tv was the official broadcast partner for the recent Mobile Innovation Week and this is one of the sessions we had while on location in Toronto.
Duncan Stewart, Director Research, Deloitte Canada Technology, Media & Telecommunications, speaks to me about the coming trends in mobile over the next 24 months. Highlights include the impact of 4G networks, the future of the mobile applications, who’s going to make money in this space, and the impact of mobile on traditional software and hardware.
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About Duncan Stewart
Duncan Stewart is the Director of Deloitte Canada Research in the areas of Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT), Life Sciences and GreenTech. He is a member of Deloitte’s national TMT executive team, is a co-author of Deloitte Research’s annual Predictions report on trends in TMT, and is one of Canada’s leading futurists.
Duncan has two decades of experience in the TMT industry. As an analyst and portfolio manager, he has provided research or made investments in the entire Canadian technology and telecommunications sector. He has written research on names such as Nortel and Celestica, and been a venture capital investor in Research in Motion and OpenText, among others.
Duncan was a co-founder of Tera Capital, Canada’s first high tech and biotech money manager, where he was responsible for managing both mutual funds and VC funds and was the Canadian Technology Fund Manager of the Year in 2003. In the mid 1990s, Duncan managed a $150 million small cap high tech/biotech fund at a large Canadian pension fund manager. In his years as an investor he has deployed a cumulative $2 billion of capital into the global TMT and Life Science markets.
Duncan has a high profile media presence and is frequently interviewed on technology and biotechnology issues. He has also been a columnist for a national newspaper and radio network.
He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of British Columbia. But he has geek credibility too: at Banff NextMedia in 2010 he participated (and won) the iPad App demo contest with colleague Peter McNeill.