8th - 9th November, 2017
Sopwell House, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Brexit Breakfast Briefing

Brexit Breakfast Briefing

Exploring the changing commercial relationship of Britain’s exit from the EU and how it might affect your digital transformation

It’s the end of the world as we know it but is this really such a bad thing?

Mark Skilton, Professor of Practice in Information Systems Management & Innovation at Warwick University and renowned digital expert
doesn’t think so. As Great Britain prepares to leave the EU, European organisations on both sides of the channel are asking what this new relationship means for their business and how it’ll affect their push towards digital excellence.

With the UK long being a leader in digital innovation and organisations of all sizes currently undergoing digital transformation initiatives, the digital economy continues to grow – both on our shores and beyond. But how will Brexit affect this? Whilst Brexit is only a temporary issue, how will result in a new relationship for the UK and its local and wider economy? The continued rise of digital markets show no signs of slowing down, what are the impact and different scenarios for changes to your products and services and operating model?

How can you prepare your organisation for these turbulent times? With new legislation and regulation likely on the horizon, Mark explores how both Brexit and Digital are changing the commercial game.

With 30 years experience as a Professional Consultant, Mark has a track record in top 1000 Companies in over 20 countries and across multi public, private and start-up sectors. With direct industrial experience of commercial practice leadership, boardroom and investor strategy to program team and transformation management at scale. A recognized International thought leader in Digital, company strategy, Telecoms, Digital markets and M&A strategies, CxO practices, as well as Author of books and International papers.

Mark's work and views have been published in the FT, NYT, WSJ, Washington Post, Bloomberg, AP, Mail, NewScientist, Nature, Scientific American and many channels around the world, TV and Radio including BBC, Sky, ITV, Al Jazeera and many others. Now Mark supports Warwick with Industrial Best Practice in a number interests and expertise areas.

For further details on Mark's varied experience and how to get in touch with Mark, please follow him on Twitter @mskilton or Facebook and LinkedIn, or visit his blog at http://www.markskilton.com/