ACCELERATE | Free event for business and tech leaders with Ross Dawson
Tuesday 31st October
Join your peers, business and technology leaders, for the upcoming free ACCELERATE event in Melbourne on October 31 featuring Ross Dawson, one of the world’s leading business and technology futurists. Register for an information-packed event, gain valuable insights and learn best practices to make the speed of strategy execution your true success enabler.
HOT TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
- Best practices in strategy execution. Hear insightful thought-leadership sessions and industry expertise on how technology enables organisations to innovate faster and adapt to ever-changing market conditions.
- Insights on how to accelerate business growth. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Ross Dawson with an inspiring presentation on how businesses can accelerate to keep up with the pace of change and adapt to the customer-driven technology landscape.
- Process art studio. Learn how to build and run a process in minutes with simple user tools by participating in an interactive live session.
Hear real-life cases on how innovative technology can help organisations attain the fastest time-to strategy execution: Zambrero, Baskin Robbins, Central Innovation.
The event will be staged at the luxurious Intercontinental Melbourne hotel, located on 495 Collins St. in the heart of Melbourne Central Business District.
Attendance is FREE of charge. Save your seat today!
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