Retooling your Business for the 4th Industrial Revolution

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14 Sep 2017

Digital first has become almost a given in media: What have these changes meant for the way you run your company, how you spread your risk and who you hire? As media, telecommunications and tech companies become more consumer-facing how has your management structure and product offer changed? How has strategic direction and new business development been factored into any tactical moves by the business? And how is your product roadmap addressing the next tech changes from VR, AR and MXR to voice recognition, AI and data analysis and segmentation?

Andrew Neil, Journalist & Broadcaster & Anchor, Leaders' Summit - Andrew Neil
Jason Gartner, Vice President - ASPERA, an IBM company
Kim Poder, EVP & CEO - Modern Times Group Denmark
Soumya Sriraman, President, North America - BritBox
William Lewis, CEO - Dow Jones
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