More than 90 per cent of corporate and public sector executives believe that digital technologies will disrupt their existing business model in the next 2 to 3 years. Digitalisation is reshaping the world as we know it, but do companies have the digital skills they need to compete, do they know the true value that digitalisation can bring?
As part of the new Frost & Sullivan's Scandinavia Lab and the opening of two offices in Copenhagen and Stockholm, Frost & Sullivan will offer the Digital Value Summit as part of their Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) programmes. The initiative is driven in co-operation with 2M Digital Value, a Danish company that sets the agenda for leaders in the global private and public sectors through high-level Digital Value Summits. The full programme and the philosophy behind it will be presented during a press conference which is taking place today, at 11.30 am CET, in Copenhagen.
The association of 2M´s international senior executive network and Frost & Sullivan's global GIL programme, will further strengthen the concept of "digital value creation", where the focus is on the value digitalization it is creating, rather than the technology itself.
The next GIL Digital Value Summits will be in: Ghana on 18th August 2015, in Copenhagen 2nd-3rd September 2015, and in Stockholm on 15th-16th September. A number of interactive Frost & Sullivan workshops will be included in the programme where participants will be able to receive immediate feedback on their daily business challenges.
2M´s current management, Michael Mathiesen, Henrik Holm and Lars Nordmark will be responsible for the implementation and further development of GIL Digital Value Summit.
The press conference will be followed by a seminar during which Frost & Sullivan will introduce the Mega Trends. Representatives from McKinsey & Co. will also take part and present their new report, "Future Work" as well as "Emerging Market". 2M´s Michael Mathiesen will conclude the seminar hosting a panel discussion, with a number of business leaders, about the possibility of creating "huge growth in partnerships between the startups and large enterprises."