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Uploaded on Nov 20, 2011

Jo Harlow and Noel Lee at Nokia World 2011: http://events.nokia.com/nokiaworld/ speaking about: "What is life-enhancing? The balance between technology and user experience"

Nokia World is an annual conference and exhibition devoted to all things Nokia, that took place this year on the 26th and 27th October in London. The two days were packed with captivating talks, inspiring discussions, exciting surprises, fruitful networking. The event offered visitors to experience all new mobile products, services and innovations from Nokia and partners.

Jo Harlow is Nokia's executive vice president in charge of Smart Devices, responsible for the business and product development of Nokia's smartphones and other high-end devices. During her Nokia career, Jo has served as vice president of Mobile Phones marketing for North America and as senior vice president, global Mobile Phones marketing. Before being appointed to her current role in July 2010, she was senior vice president of Symbian smartphones, and held various other product management and development roles. Before joining Nokia, Jo held marketing, sales and management roles at Reebok and Procter & Gamble.


Noel Lee, a 1971 graduate of Cal Poly College of Engineering and former design engineer at Lawrence-Livermore Laboratory, founded Monster in 1978 for the simple reason he wanted make music sound better. Beginning with his first breakthrough high-performance Monster Cables, Noel went on to create a company and an entire new accessories industry. Today Monster's products include not just loudspeaker and home theater cables, but breakthrough headphones that bring new style and unprecedented audio performance to the personal music listening experience. Monster holds over 200 U.S. and international patents and offers more than 4,000 products in over 100 countries worldwide.

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