EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE DINNER
Exploring the potential of cross-sector data sharing
18 March 2020, 6-9pm
Searcys at The Gherkin, London
By invitation only, ‘Delivering hyper-relevance: exploring the potential of cross-sector data sharing’ is the executive roundtable that will enable guests to network with an exclusive group of experts from across a range of consumer-facing industries”.
Taking place under Chatham House Rule, over a two-course dinner, an exclusive group of AI, artificial, digital, transformation, operational, innovation and strategic leaders from across a range of consumer-facing industries will dive deep into the following key points:
- To what extent are IoT, AI and 5G set to transform consumer experience?
- How can organisations best access the breadth of data required for real-time, market-of-one personalisation?
- A collaborative approach – is sharing data between sectors and across ecosystems essential to delivering cutting-edge hyper-relevance?
- Understanding the consumer mindset around data – when does convenience trump privacy and security concerns?
- Will commercial or regulatory drivers be the catalyst for new standards in pan-ecosystem data-sharing and insight?
- What lessons can other sectors learn from developments in open banking?
- Mining data from legacy applications – targeting investment for maximum return in a changing data ecosystem
- Is moving to the Cloud key to hyper-relevance success in the age of platforms, lifestyle apps and data-driven convenience?
Date: 18 March 2020
18:15 Arrival for roundtable
Guests arrive – Canapés and networking
18:40 Opening remarks and welcome introduction
Senior Representative, IBM
18:45 Exploring the hyper-relevance opportunities in a new data ecosystem
19:05 Strategic roundtable discussion over dinner
20:30 Coffee, petits fours, & discussion continues
21:00 Closing remarks
Founder & CEO, Bean and Director – Open Banking
Peter is the CEO and founder of Bean (usebean.com). Bean is on a mission to ensure that its users can sleep safe in the knowledge that they aren’t wasting any money. It does this by connecting to users’ existing bank accounts to find and cancel unused subscriptions, notifying users of problems with their finances and proactively lowering the amount spent on everyday bills through their bills marketplace. Bean is helping users save thousands of pounds every year and is the first personal finance management platform to be FCA regulated in the UK across financial and insurance products. Bean is currently tracking over £300m of consumer spending. Prior to starting Bean, Peter was the Head of Strategy at ZPG Plc, the owners of Zoopla, uSwitch and Money.co.uk. At ZPG he helped the business through their IPO and led their acquisition of uSwitch. Peter has over a decade of experience in corporate strategy and is on a mission to make the management of personal finance as simple as possible.
This exclusive, invitation-only event has been curated for senior professionals from the banking, insurance, asset, retail, travel, media, telecommunications, airlines, rail, utilities or consumer goods industry and as such, will attract Chiefs, Directors, Head, VPs and General Managers of job titles within:
- Machine learning
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IBM over the years has helped financial services clients in Europe and across the globe transform their business with the right infrastructure, software solutions and deep industry expertise. The future value lies in applying technologies such as API, Blockchain and AI to reduce friction in money flow and reinvent payments services to meet the new demands of retail and corporate banking customers. The source to future value also lies within a company’s ability to use internal and external information and through data science obtain business insight, leveraged in conjunction with above or on its own to achieve a specific business need.