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Learn how others are interpreting the impacts of Covid-19 on their industries
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20+ hours of content - covering the Future of Money, Future of Shopping, Future of Health, Future of Mobility, Future of Manufacturing and Shifts@Work. Spend as much time with us as you can and receive recordings of what you miss
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A SAMPLE OF WHAT WE'll answer
How are America’s smartest business leaders pivoting their companies, and tech investments, to adapt to changing market conditions?
Which AI, robotics and 3D printing companies offer transformative technologies?
Which technologies will enhance and support the new world of work?
How are retailers and brands building digital engagement and loyalty?
What tech is leading the way in retail automation?
How is manufacturing and supply chain being realigned and innovated?
Where is investor interest growing?
How do players in fin.services shift towards online, digital environments?
How are health systems using technology to optimize costs and expand access to care?
How are pharma and biotech companies using AI to discover, repurpose and develop novel drugs quickly?
Startups wondering how the path forward will change
Corporate executives searching for how to adapt
Venture capitalists looking for competitive intelligence
Vendors and solution providers looking for insights
Everyone looking to understand how others are interpreting the impacts of Covid-19
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