Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declared we now live in the most exciting time in history and that disruption brought about by technology is a huge opportunity for all Australians.
With such a sudden rise in the intellect of debate emanating from Australia’s highest executive office, B&T is thrilled to announce the initial speaker line-up of Daze of Disruption Redux to be held at Melbourne Town Hall December 3-4 (buy your early bird tickets now).
Like the inaugural event held in Sydney, Daze Melbourne will be two-days of TEDx-style ideas and strategy, targeted at enhancing the digital capability of Australian businesses. Learn tips from the best advisors, management consultants and academics on how to start your digital journey and reset your mind.
Sessions include: Successful incumbent executives reveal strategies from the frontline of disruption and transformation, Digital crisis and opportunity fundamentals, how to pick winners in venture capital, strategic partnerships and transformation tactics.
The panel topics include: How to build a digital values and governance framework from the top down, using digital strategies to build customer loyalty based on brand trust, how to elevate the customer experience.
Confirmed speakers Michael Priddis, managing director, Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures, Daniel Gulati, principal & co-head of seed practice, Comcast Ventures, NYC, Daina Middleton, Global Head of Business Marketing, Twitter, San Francisco, California, Kate Vale, managing director, Spotify Australia/NZ, Andy Lark, CMO, Xero,
Didier Bonnet, Senior Vice President & Global Practice Leader Digital Transformation, CapGemini Consulting, London, Tony Davis, Managing Director, Quantium, Sam Smith, Managing Director, Tube Mogul, Toumas Peltoniemi, President, Innovation Director, TBWA Digital Arts Asia, Singapore and Gerd Schenkel, Executive Director Telstra Digital, Founder U-Bank.
If you missed Sydney’s event, here’s some of the tweets from the two days.
— Kate Birch (@Kate__Birch) May 22, 2015
— B&T Magazine (@bandt) May 21, 2015
— Daze of Disruption (@dazeodisruption) May 20, 2015
— Patrick Maes (@DrsPatrickMaes) May 19, 2015
— Robyn Foyster (@RobynFoyster) May 19, 2015
— Sharon Rode (@RodeSharon) May 19, 2015