Chris Towers, Head of Events, Roar Media
We are fast approaching the one year mark where our global conference series The Digital Transformation Conference was moved from its headline locations in London, Sydney, Amsterdam, Singapore, New York to name a few to an online format. We are planning to return the ‘in-person’ format this September but of course will have to continue to monitor government advice and restrictions amongst the vaccination roll out; for now we focus on our successful online series which welcomed over 150 speakers in 2020 and over 10,000 online delegates.
Our European edition of the series just broadcast and was headline sponsored by Google who were joined by digital business leaders from Mondelēz International, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Credit Suisse, Siemens, Umicore and IKEA Group sharing their insights on the events focus area which was the digital workplace.
But what’s next?
Our North American edition of the conference returns online on February 25 and will welcome some brilliant speakers from the likes of Samsung, American Express, Walmart and more all sharing their transformation stories and tips on how to succeed in a digital sense now and beyond the pandemic. You can register for free here, there are limited places available.
We then return the UK and European edition on March 4 building an agenda brimming with business leaders from across the continent with presentations, fireside chats and panel discussions on the most business critical elements of digital business transformation. Again, the event is free to attend and you can register here with limited places available.
Stay in touch
We are also due to an increased demand launching further dates for all regions in the coming weeks and more announcements on our return to in-person events in due course. Ensure to stay updated by following us on Twitter at @Roar_Digital, the official event handle for the international series.
If you’d like to get involved in anyway you can email me direct on firstname.lastname@example.org where I will be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have!
Take a look!
For now enjoy a brilliant presentation from the 2020 series from Nick Hodder, Director of Digital Transformation from the Imperial War Museums on digital transformation failure rate.