First 15-20 minutes is for networking Continental Breakfast included
Hosted by the Information & Communication Technology Committee
'What Business Are You In Today?' That might seem like a silly question--how could anyone not know what business they're in? But in today's consumer-driven global economy, revenue models, business plans, product lineups, and go-to-market strategies are changing in profound ways that are forcing companies to evolve and change more rapidly than ever before. For the past 200 years, businesses were defined exclusively by their past, and very few companies ever wandered outside the traditional boundaries of their particular industry.
But in today's highly dynamic and always-on economy, companies are no longer defining themselves by their past, but instead by future opportunities.
As a result, traditional industry boundaries are crumbling as new technologies--including cloud, mobile, social, Big Data, and analytics--are enabling huge changes in both the buyer/consumer world, and the seller/corporate world.
This talk will analyze some eye-opening case studies of companies and strategies that show why every CEO and other high-level executive should be asking this question relentlessly: 'What business am I in today?'
Table bookings (10-12 persons) are welcome.
American Club, The 49/F 48-49/F Two Exchange Square 8 Connaught Place Central, Hong Kong