Building business resilience - towards 2030 and beyond
10:00 Welcome introduction with Sabinije von Gaffke and Dun & Bradstreet representatives Susan McKay, International CMO, together with Ed Thorne, General Manager Europe.
10:10 Alexander Stubb – Macroeconomics and geopolitics
10:35 Tricia Wang – Data protection and digital marketing
11:00 Power break
11:20 Parul Sharma & Kent Eriksson - Knowledge session: Sustainability and ESG
11:45 Amy Webb – Data and AI ethics
12:25 Ending words
The future is unpredictable
In the last three years, our world has been shaken. First by a global pandemic and then by a war that has had global implications. The consequences have been, and will be, enormous for both business and the societies we live in.
Despite the uncertain future there are steps you can and should take to build business resilience. Data is a big part of any decision-making process and should be used to guide what those steps are.
We’ve identified four main forces, signals, and trends where this can be done:
- Macroeconomics – geopolitics, global supply chains, inflation, energy prices
- Sustainability – corporate sustainable development; Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
- Data protection and digital marketing
- Data & AI ethics
Some of the world’s leading experts have been invited to share their insights, best practices and make recommendations for what you can do today to build a resilient future for tomorrow. Don't miss our online event the 8th of November.