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Gary Jeffery, Partner & Director, Frost & Sullivan
DISRUPT, COLLAPSE & TRANSFORM
Growth Thought Leader: Dorman Followwill, Partner and Director, Frost & Sullivan
To survive and thrive in the future business environment, both as an individual and as a company, innovation has now become an essential ingredient. This keynote is focussed around why innovation is critical to success, where innovation comes from, how to become a visionary innovator and what are your next steps. Whether you are inspired about future prospects or anxious about the negative impacts the future will bring, this research-based talk will bring some valuable insights to your life and future strategy. Faced with increasing complexity, companies are at the precipice of change. This thought-provoking keynote will encourage companies confronted with the rising pressure of innovating in fresh and exciting ways to look at new trends that are creating widespread disruption, collapsing industries and transforming spaces to give context to the opportunities ahead for growth.
NEW MEGA TRENDS - SMART CITIES AND CONNECTED LIVING TO GENERATE TRILLION DOLLAR MARKETS BY 2020
Facilitated by: Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner, Head of Visionary Innovation Group, Frost & Sullivan
This presentation provides visionary insights into the impact of Connectivity and Convergence on our future lives, driven by the rapid proliferation of connected devices and services. These new services will create innovative applications, enable seamless access and ubiquitous connectivity in the main sectors of home, work, and city. The entire gamut of connected living and smart city applications is expected to reach a market potential of over a trillion dollars by 2020, prompted by the convergence of products, technologies, industries and even competition. This presentation will also cover newly emerging trends such as 4D printing and deep sea mining. This visionary session will showcase the impact of New Mega Trends by highlighting case studies of companies and a roadmap of these global opportunities to 2020. As well as discussing newly-emerging trends such as 4D printing and deep sea mining, this visionary session includes case studies crystallising the impact of New Mega Trends as well as charting progress on the roadmap to 2020.
||AUDIENCE INTERACTIVE: MEGA TRENDS Q&A
||NETWORKING AND REFRESHMENT BREAK
Executive Bulletin & Interactive Workshop:
Moderator: Dorman Followwill, Partner and Director, Frost & Sullivan
SMART CITIES - FUTURE CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
Facilitated by: Archana Amarnath,Program Manager Visionary Innovation Research Group, Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan reveal a $1.5 trillion market potential in smart cities by 2020 with multiple opportunities to tap into infrastructure development, technology integration, and energy and security services. This presentation will discuss the market opportunity, growth areas, and new business models in the smart city space and also provide insights into the competitive landscape highlighting the next game changers in the market. The session will additionally look into how infrastructure companies, system integrators and telecom operators are actively pursuing this market, adding more layers of intelligence as either integrators offering pre-packaged bundled solutions or as product vendors offering intelligent hardware and infrastructure.
GOOGLE'S VISION OF 10X INNOVATION- WITH A LONDON CASE STUDY
Facilitated by: Mark van der Linden, Country Manager UK and Ireland, Google Enterprise
Google's vision, capitalisation and passion for innovation are legendary. What is more- Google is taking highly focused leadership to drive global innovation to the next level with its 10X Innovation thought leadership. Hear a senior Google executive from their London HQ share this vision of innovation and leadership, concluding with a specific London case study.
TECH VISIONS 2020- WELCOME TO THE POWER-PACKED WORLD OF TOP 50 TECHNOLOGIES
Facilitated by: Ankit A. Shukla, Practice Director, Europe, Technical Insights, Frost & Sullivan
Disruption everywhere is a frightening prospect for most companies unaware of new technologies that will soon arrive to threaten market position and send product development teams into tail spins. This discussion will cover recent research by Frost & Sullivan to highlight the top 50 disruptive technologies with a powerful message around what you should do to get ahead of the threat.
Key Take Aways:
- Identify the technologies impacting your business today and in the future.
- Build a case to track technologies in a converging world.
- Create awareness with your team for the need to look at disruption.
360 DEGREE INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES
Industry Thought Leaders:
John Raspin, Partner, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan
Dorman Followwill, Partner & Director, Frost & Sullivan
Ajay Sule, Practice Director and Vice President, Information & Communications Technologies, Frost & Sullivan
Muthukumar Viswanathan, Practice Director, Industrial Automation & Process Control and Measurement & Instrumentation, Frost & Sullivan
What are the key trends driving the ICT, Energy & Environment, Healthcare and Industrial industries? Hear a thought-leading domain expert from Frost & Sullivan introduce a 360 degree perspective on their respective industry.
Answering the Global Healthcare Innovation Mandate Though Frugal Innovation
One of the greatest challenges facing humanity is how to deliver quality healthcare to every patient globally in a sustainably affordable way. New thinking about innovation will be crucial to meeting this great challenge. We will discuss a new type of innovation ideally suited to address these global challenges: frugal innovation. We will look at a key case study and explore emerging business models based on frugal innovation as a new mean of translating the global healthcare innovation mandate into significant economic opportunity overtime.
Helping Connected Industries Embrace Big Data Analytics
The future of big data analytics and its application in connected industries is only limited by our collective imagination. As Pablo Picasso once said, “Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.” The ability to craft the right questions will determine the benefits from big data analytics. As the phrase, “big data analytics”, becomes commonplace, it is the responsibility of the ICT industry to help enterprises clarify who the data is for and for what purpose. The natural instinct of our sector is often to emphasise the technology, but it is equally important to focus on helping connected industries embrace and benefit from big data analytics in their respective markets.
Industry 4.0: The Dawn of the Future Factory
Industry 4.0 is the new industrial framework set to revolutionize the industrial scene. The key facets of industry 4.0, viz., internet of things, internet of services, big data and integrated industry, will leave a decisive impact across all sections of the manufacturing value chain. Understanding the idea of industry 4.0 and mapping its relevance across specific contexts will be an inevitable necessity for companies in future. In this ongoing transformation, the cross-pollination of ideas, technologies and processes, between multiple industries will result in the emergence of a number of new markets with high potential.
Business Model Innovation in Energy
The Energy & Environment industry has witnessed massive levels of technology innovation in the past decade, accompanied by unprecedented levels of convergence. But meanwhile, energy management is not as 'smart' as it could be because business models have not kept up with the pace of change - this is where the next wave of innovation is needed. Clever companies are waking up to it - performance contracting is driving investment in energy efficiency; virtual power plants and demand response are enabling smart grid realisation - but more is needed and the future winners will be determined by their response now.
IT'S PAST MIDNIGHT: DISCOVER HOW LEADING COMPANIES HAVE DEVELOPED ADAPTIVE, LEARNING SALES ORGANISATIONS TO DELIVER GROWTH IN A WORLD WHERE THE PACE OF CHANGE IS NOW FASTER THAN OUR ABILITY TO REACT
David Mason, Head of GIL University, Frost & Sullivan
The 'midnight point' was the point at which the pace of change overtook our ability to react. Driven by powerful and accelerating Mega Trends, our traditional sales methods, models and approaches became outdated as customers, industries and the world around us changed. So what is in the DNA of those organisations who have flourished in this post-midnight world? In this session, we will look at the common characteristics shared by the highest growth and highest margin generating companies to see what it is their sales organisations do to a level of excellence that enables them to deliver sustained growth.
Interactive CEO Panel:
BEST PRACTICE PERSPECTIVES IN ACTION
Moderator: Gary Jeffery, Partner & Director, Frost & Sullivan
Steve Flavell, co-CEO, LoopUp
Jeroen Hol, CEO, Minkels International
Mark Johnstone, CEO, JSP Ltd.
Markus Mattes, Managing Director, TÜV Rheinland
Prof. Stephen Weston, Chief Development Officer, Maxeler
Share, engage and inspire new ideas and fresh perspectives for implementing best practices with CEOs of this year's Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Award recipients.
GIL COMMUNITY CLOSING COMMENTS
Gary Jeffery, Partner & Director, UK Operations, Frost & Sullivan
||NETWORKING WINE RECEPTION
2014 FROST & SULLIVAN GROWTH EXCELLENCE AWARDS BANQUET
By invitation only, this ceremony celebrates innovation and leadership as Frost & Sullivan presents its prestigious awards recognised by industry leaders and the investment community at our Annual Growth Excellence Awards.