Digital transformation is a key route to unlocking productivity. Your business could benefit from enhanced customer-retention, cost savings and improved employee engagement. Hear more from the CBI's Head of Innovation.
To remain competitive and support business growth, your firm must seek to become digitally agile and inherently capable to outpace change in a rapidly evolving market. This is no mean feat, and few have made the transformation without challenge.
By attending this event you will:
Gain expert insight from Allisa Dhaliwal, CBI Head of Innovation, helping you to cut through the noise and provide you with details on what the latest developments are and what these might mean for your business
Hear from leading businesses on their experiences of adoption and transformation - providing inspiration for you to think differently about the challenges ahead
Understand the skills and talent required for successful transformation - is there a sense of urgency driving change within your organisation; are you worried about being left behind?
Engage with industry peers and build your professional network
Find out more about the CBI's policy work on driving the adoption of digital technology. Space is limited at this event so book your place today.
About Allisa Dhaliwal, CBI Head of Innovation
Allisa is responsible for lobbying and policy development on R&D and innovation adoption. During her four years at the CBI, Alissa has covered several policy areas including public procurement and healthcare to more recently leading the development of the CBI’s life sciences sector approach. Prior to this, Alissa worked for an MP in Parliament.
Who should attend?
This event is free to attend for CBI members and attendees of the West Suffolk Business Festival. This event is most suitable for, but not exclusive to::
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Operating Officers
HR Directors or similar
Further information about tickets
This event brings greater benefits to all attendees when the audience is diverse - with leaders from different businesses, regions, sectors and job roles. To enable diversity, all spaces will be allocated by the CBI to maximise the potential for a successful event.
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