28 August 2020

The future is now - Insights from digital transformation leaders

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Taking place on 1 October at 15:00 - 16:00, with host and technology reporter David McClelland

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The Future is Now is our one-hour live event looking at how successful digital transformation has strong leadership at its core. Featuring transformation trailblazers, we’ll look into how technology is the catalyst to lead this culture effectively.

Coronavirus has reportedly sped up UK companies’ digital strategy by an average of 5.3 years, so there’s no better time to look at how technology can create new, agile ways to work.

Designed for senior leaders of organisations ready to speed up their digital transformation journey, this event will be hosted by technologist and broadcaster David McClelland.

What to expect?

15:00 Session 1 with Justin Parsons, Technology director at Archant.

We’ll look into how media leaders, Archant, are championing change in their business by using technology as an enabler to provide their workforce with greater flexibility.

15:15 Session 2 with Robin McCammon, Chief commercial officer at Excel Esports.

This trailblazing British company is redefining sport through competitive gaming. And with new leadership’s 'fail fast, move on' mentality, they’re backing bold ideas to help move the business forward.

15:35 Session 3 with Michael Sherman, Chief strategy and transformation officer at BT

Providing expert advice and insight on leading a digital transformation journey in one of the UK’s largest businesses, and reflecting on how Excel Esports and Archant can be a blueprint for your success.

We’ll close with a panel discussion and quick-fire Q&A with our speakers for any questions you may have.

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