Join CIO's from all across Europe!
The CIO was first introduced to lead the Data Processing and Information Systems departments of the past. Today, the job is a much different role. The skill set and responsibilities are worlds apart from what they were a decade or two ago. And the role continues to adapt to the changing face of the modern business enterprise.
Discussing key topics such as the Cloud, Digital Transformation, Data & Analytics and the use of AI and IoT, CIO Event gives you the opportunity to meet leading decision makers under one roof at one time, to be part of the discussions that are shaping the future of security and to network and develop contacts that will strengthen your business.
The programme is driven by our senior level Advisory Board including representatives from TNT, Henley Business School, Fox Networks Group, US Department of Defense and Wyndham Group.
The CIO Event brings together leaders from across the public, large enterprises & mid-market sectors. The CIO event will provide you with a strategic and practical toolkit to help drive transformation including:
Opportunities (and challenges) of leveraging the digital ecosystem in your enterprise
Metrics and how to measure business impacts relevant to digital business stakeholders which help overcome uncertainty
Digital business models that reach customers effectively enabling new products & services, and many potential opportunities
Techniques to facilitate and support an increasingly digital future and reduce ambiguity
How to use agile methods ensure that as many as possible and possible solutions are discussed
As digitisation and the pace of change transform everything we know about business, it’s imperative that CIO’s respond to market trends and build the next-generation workforce. It’s no small task, but the key to it talent is understanding skill shifts and knowing when to retain, retrain, recruit or even outsource.
This panel discussion will look at the skills it organizations must possess to respond to the business and the shifts that can propel it from a technology culture to a business culture that executes technology.
Integration is now a boardroom conversation. Four out of five businesses say failure to complete digital transformation initiatives will negatively impact revenue in the next 12 months. The winners crossing the finish line will be those who unlock data to make smarter, faster decisions.
AI has extended the human capability to offer solutions to challenges, both simple and complex. The change is such, that we are even asking what there is left for humans. Every industry is rapidly being re-shaped. But are we now focusing too much on what we are missing and less on what we can gain and should develop? What impact is AI really having on business and what are the competitive advantages that this emerging technology can bring? Are there repercussions in being left behind?
Congratulations on a superb event! A well worked agenda with relevant content and an invaluable opportunity to meet with a senior audience in an environment as stunning and inspiring as the Celtic Manor.Throughout my esteemed career I have attended more events than I care to recall, but this one really stands for me as being amongst the best! I would like to thank the team at GBE for their diligence and commitment to creating a outstanding event from start to finish. Thanks- Shane Stowells - Sales Director, Tangoe
A very informative and insightful day. Would highly recommend this event to any progressive procurement professional/organisation- David Golding - Head of Procurement, JLL
I thought the quality and mix of contributions and the engagement from the audience was excellent.
It felt more like an interactive team exercise in some respects, than a sit back and listen conference, and for me was more enjoyable and genuinely helpful for that. Similar folks, passionate about their brands and their work, but with different best practice to share – very collaborative, which I personally like.
So all good and thanks for the chance to take part. It’s always a drain on time, which none of us have, but it was worth it.
This was our first experience with Global Business Events and first impressions are important. I was impressed by the level of seniority at the event. The venue worked well, the size of the event was good for networking and the 1−2−1 business
meetings were strong. Well done and I look forward to the next event’.
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