Intel chairman Andy Grove will tomorrow tell British businesses whether they have managed to catch up with the US in technology adoption.
On a similar visit to London two and a half years ago, Grove, then chief executive at Intel told Europe it was lagging behind and that future generations of Europeans would be left with a technology deficit unless business leaders adopted and encouraged the wider use of IT.
Grove is in London as part of a European tour addressing senior executives on where European businesses stand today and the impact of the global Internet economy on the way companies do business in 2000 and beyond.
Whilst in London, Grove will also be meeting with senior government officials to discuss several steps which must be taken by the government in order to improve the UK's competitiveness in the IT arena.
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