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Digital technology has been with us for years, but only now are we seeing how dramatically it is disrupting and reshaping traditional industry sectors.
New research from Accenture shows companies can find higher rates of growth by collaborating with other industry sectors as digital technology dissolves barriers between them. Some already have.
On January 22, 2014 live from the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Accenture convened a panel of global leaders from across industry sectors to debate how new digitally contested markets are forming, what technology and business capabilities are required for incumbents and new entrants alike to succeed.
Watch the replay here
Join the conversation on twitter at #DigitalDisruption
Antonio SimoesChief Executive UK and Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management Europe, HSBCAntonio Simoes is the Chief Executive for HSBC in the UK, with responsibility for the Retail, Commercial, Global Banking and Markets, and Private Banking businesses. In addition, as Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management (RBWM), Europe, he is responsible for all aspects of the RBWM business across Europe, including Asset Management and Insurance.
David KirkpatrickFounder and CEO, Techonomy MediaFounder, host, and CEO of Techonomy, David Kirkpatrick is a journalist, commentator about technology, and author of the bestselling book “The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World,” published in 32 countries. He spent 25 years at Fortune, where he founded and hosted the Brainstorm and Brainstorm Tech conferences. In addition to writing for Techonomy, he contributes to Forbes and Vanity Fair and is a contributing editor at Bloomberg Television. Kirkpatrick is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Follow on Twitter: @DavidKirkpatric
Paul DaughertyChief Technology Officer, AccenturePaul Daugherty is Accenture’s Chief Technology Officer and also serves as Sr. Managing Director of Accenture’s Technology Strategy and Innovation group. With these roles, Paul is responsible for Accenture’s technology innovation and growth agenda, and its annual Technology Vision publication. Paul oversees Accenture Technology Labs, Accenture’s Cloud and Mobility businesses, and groups that incubate emerging technology capabilities. Paul also is responsible for Accenture’s pool of deeply skilled, certified technology architects.
Follow on Twitter: @pauldaugh
Mark SpelmanManaging Director, Accenture StrategyMark Spelman is the global lead for Accenture Thought Leadership and directs the Accenture Institute for High Performance. He is responsible for the firm’s strategic relationship with the World Economic Forum and is a regular participant and session leader at Davos and the World Economic Forum regional summits. Mark is a member of World Economic Forum’s Global Advisory Council on Europe and a member of WEF’s Advisory Board on Sustainability and Competitiveness.
Mark is also the Vice Chairman of American Chamber of Commerce Executive Council based in Brussels, having been Chairman from 2007-2010.
Follow on Twitter: @mgspelman
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