Leading Digital Transformation

  • 10 Dec 2014
  • 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • The Spoke Club

Registration

Before Holiday Rush Starts, Join Us for the Last Roundtable Event of 2014

Digital transformation has become the ultimate challenge in change management because it impacts not only industry structures and strategic positioning, but also all levels of an organization: every task, activity, process, and talent. As digital technologies are invading the business environment, they transform the way we work, communicate and sell.

Leaders must constantly challenge their organizations to ensure that this technology-enabled change can unlock productivity gains, generate value for the customers and enable new business models to emerge.

The AMA is bringing together leaders who have led digital transformation to share their learning and key success factors.

Moderator:

Antoine Shiu, Vice President, Sales and Creative Services at TC Media

Expert Panel:

Darren Moffett, Vice President, Digital & Channels Marketing North America at BMO
Stephen Gardiner, Managing Director, Digital at Accenture
Janine Chapman, Vice President, Marketing at Sunwing
Stephanie Wall, Vice President, Business Unit Director at Tribal Worldwide

Join fellow marketers for a lively discussion on leader practices in digital transformation at a Toronto Chapter American Marketing Association roundtable event in the morning of Wednesday, December 10 at the Spoke Club.

Date:   Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Agenda:
7:30am – 8:00am – Registration, breakfast, and networking 
8:00am – 9:15am – Roundtable discussion
9 :15am – 9 :30am Q&A and conclusion
9:30am – 10:00am – Networking (optional)

Venue: The Spoke Club
600 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 1M3

Admission Fee (tax not included):

 $50 - AMA Members and Students
 $80 - Non-members


REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Registration Will be Accepted On-Site.


Event Sponsor:

  TC Media

Follow this event on Social Media: @amatoronto #AMAdigital, #AMATOdigital


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