The new realities of 21st century business practices are not only challenging but also energising. Positioning a company for success requires bold moves and capable technology partners. BusinessDay is convening an exclusive, invitation-only Breakfast Roundtable for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), to engage and realign their strategies for a new business reality.
The roundtable breakfast meeting, held in collaboration with Oracle, will welcome especially Andrew Sordam, Vice President EMEA alongside thirty of Nigeria’s CEOs embarking on digital transformation in complex industries.
Digitisation, advanced technologies and other forms of tech-enabled disruption are upending industry after industry, creating revenue pressure for more traditional companies as well as forcing these companies to rethink who and what they are as organisations.
Dr. Olufemi Oyenuga, Chief Customer Enterprise Architect at Oracle will deliver the event’s keynote. Shortly after the keynote, Mr. Dapo Adewole, Partner, Technology & Digital Leader/West Africa at Ernst & Young, will interact with leaders from diverse industries on the topic “The Engaged Leader – A Strategy for Digital Leadership”. Panelists will include Dr. Chukwueloka Umeh: CEO/ED of Century Power Generation/Nestoil Group, Onyinye Ikenna-Emeka, GM Enterprise Marketing at MTN, Agada B. Apochi, MD/CEO of Unified Payments, and Adebayo Sanni, Managing Director at Oracle Nigeria.
Whether it’s Financial Services or automobile, new market dynamics, emerging digital-first competition and unpredictable regulation are driving reinvention. BusinessDay is proud to partner with Oracle, a company deploying transformative technologies globally and engaged with shaping the digital future.
The Breakfast Roundtable will hold at The George Lagos Hotel, 30, Lugard Avenue, Ikoyi, Lagos on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. The program will commence at 8:00 a.m and conclude at 10.30am.
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