MONACO, July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- How can a traditional company go digital? How can we move quickly to create a successful work environment that generates sustainable growth? The traditional landscape of doing business is being transformed by the convergence of industries, the competitive global market and the rapid emergence of the connected world.
To define the future growth strategies in the midst of these regional and global challenges, Frost & Sullivan brings together a global network of visionaries and thought leaders at its annual Growth, Innovation, and Leadership (GIL) Event. GIL 2015 returns for its second edition on the glamorous shores of Monaco on 22 October. The Event at the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort will feature a mix of Frost & Sullivan experts and distinguished industry visionaries.
"The underlying theme of the Executive Congress will be Connectivity and Convergence. These two ideas will play a crucial role in developing the business landscape of tomorrow", explains Senior Partner & Global Head of Growth Consulting Jan E Kristiansen. "We are expecting more than 200 business leaders at the conference, and the focus will be on stimulating creative minds to explore and benchmark winning strategies."
This year, for the first time ever, a brand new analysis by Frost & Sullivan on opportunities in the Financial Services will be presented. Partner and UK Operations Director Gary Jeffery will unveil the latest Mega Trends of a sector that is a key element of Monaco's economy.
The Congress will host some of the most stimulating keynote presentations. The Minister of Finance & Economy of the Principality of Monaco, Mr Jean Castellini, will explain how digital is being leveraged by Monaco to transform itself. Mr Martin Peronnet, Managing Director of Monaco Telecom, the Principality's Telecom Operator, will share his thoughts on transforming a traditional telecom operator into a digital one by disrupting the business model and the company culture.
Another eye-opening session illustrating the global trends in Connectivity and Convergence which will impact businesses and our future lives will be moderated by Frost & Sullivan Senior Partner and Head of the Visionary Innovation Group Sarwant Singh.
Additional highlights from GIL 2015: Monaco include the interactive session on TechVisions 2020 modulated by Ankit Shukla, Practice Director – Technical Insights, Frost & Sullivan. The session will present the top 50 disruptive technologies of the future.
The conference will conclude with the presentation of the Frost & Sullivan's Best Practices Awards to a range of regional and global market players for their superior leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development achievements.
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