Enterprise Digital Summit – London

22 October 2015

10-11 Carlton House Terrace,

London SW1Y 5AH

8:50 am – 5:30 pm

The Enterprise Digital Summit is the premier UK event to help your organisation make sense of the shift to digital technology and new business models that is disrupting the world of work as we know it.  Increasing use of cloud, social, mobile and analytic technology is a given in today’s marketplace, but we focus on the leadership, digital literacy, management and business issues around putting these technologies to work end to end across the whole business, and not just for communications and marketing.  We talk less about theory and more about practice, generating real returns – where do you start, what works, what doesn’t, and what’s next?

Our keynote speakers are Stowe Boyd of Gigaom Research, the well known futurist who coined the terms “social tools” in 1999 & “hashtag” in 2007, and Professor Vlatka Hlupic of Westminster University, author of The Management Shift.  We have case study speakers from Vodafone and Pearson. Other speakers include David D’Sousa, Bonnie Cheuk, and Belinda Gannaway, with more to be announced shortly.  Our venue is The British Academy at 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, overlooking the Mall.  This is a one day conference aimed at executives and managers who want to get to grips with digital transformation for the enterprise.  

Register at http://www.enterprise-digital.net/london/.

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