Twice a year leading commercial property company CBRE host 250+ of their top clients at their industry leading Market Insight Breakfast Series.
The panel session, entitled London, The Mother of Invention: Necessity Reshapes London Property will focus on the next phase of London’s development and growth in a post-Brexit world, how it will impact different sectors, and what the implications are for occupiers and therefore landlords.
Andrew will be on the panel to share his unique insights from both the start-up world, as well as how companies are creating dynamic working environments to attract and retain top tech talent.
Andrew returns to the Linedata exchange stage in present at the Hong Kong event in May 2017.
He will be discussing the issue of digital disruption and how this will affect the financial and other sectors in a keynote titled: Digital disruption & big data – disrupt, don’t be disrupted!How to stay ahead of the digital curve
Everyone hears about digital disruption – the taxi industry is being disrupted by Uber, AirBnB is taking on the hotels and Netflix is eating everyone’s much – but it doesn’t apply to us does it?
Every section of every industry is being disrupted by digital technologies and new business models.
Digital and social pioneer Andrew Grill, Global Managing Partner at IBM Social Consulting will answer the question – how do we disrupt and not be disrupted?
Cloud, mobile, social, IOT, cognitive, blockchain, big data – these are many of the buzzwords we’re hearing but what do they mean for the Linedata Exchange London audience? Andrew will translate these into a plan you can use to stay ahead of the digital curve.
Andrew also firmly feels that to “get digital”, you have to BE digital, and so will provide some practical tips and tricks.
Past speakers at this event have included Jason Bradbury, host of the Gadget Show, and David Rowan, the former editor of Wired UK.
More details can be found on the event website and you can watch Andrew’s presentation at the Linedata London event in May 2016 below.
Andrew will provide a perspective on “Diversity of Thought” and how that is so important to firms, particularly in the area of digital disruption and also as a move away from groupthink.
Andrew will also provide his own point of view on having digital natives on boards, which should interesting and challenging perspective to the audience.
More details will be posted here soon.
Andrew will be providing the opening keynote at the PM Forum conference on 28th September.
When asked when they envisage disruptive change will take place in professional services, people tend to believe it is always at least 5-10 years into the future. Some think the future is 2-5 years away. But the future is already here and we are living in that future. So what does it look like and what are we doing to ensure we stay out in front of the competition and don’t get left behind? Join Andrew at the opening keynote to find out more.
Andrew will be providing a keynote at the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF), the global trade association for mutual and cooperative insurance companies on 17th October. The theme for the conference is around innovation and new technology and how mutual and cooperative insurers can use this.
Digitalisation and Gen Y will be a big part of the conference, and there is a parallel Young Leaders Programme to encourage attendees aged 18-35 to attend the event.
The conference audience is primarily CEO and other senior executives from around the world, and the conference expects 300+ attendees in London
More information about this year’s Programme and Agenda is available on the Conference website.