This November, the Digital Innovation Summit East Asia 2020 will see thought leaders and experts coming together to discuss how we can design a more resilient and sustainable future.
October 21st, 2020
With the world changing at an unprecedented pace, companies today must respond quickly, responsibly. As industry innovation leaders, Schneider Electric know this more than anyone, and with the virtual 2020 Innovation Summit, you can learn how we can all do our part.
With over 1000 industry experts coming together for 11 unique Innovation Summit World Tour events, this is a can’t-miss digital event. Discover the best strategies and latest technologies to help you thrive in the new normal.
The Innovation Summit East Asia 2020 will take place on November 4, with hours of virtually streamed, informative, interactive and innovative ideas and discussions for how we, as an industry, are going to move forward in a more sustainable and positive way.
Over 50 thought leaders and experts will be presenting new and original speeches on innovation, all available for streaming. Along with this, the Innovation Summit will also be hosting more than 20 in depth strategy talks and expert learning sessions – interactive and informative experiences that will have participants leaving with first-hand knowledge and experience for how we can move forward in a way that will benefit us all.
Plus, the summit is a chance to see the latest EcoStruxure™ solutions in virtual 3D at the Innovation Hub section of the expo, along with a panel discussion from Schneider Electric’s Country leaders.
The event will be opened by Tommy Leong, President of Schneider Electric for East Asia & Japan, followed by a keynote presentation by Schneider Electric Chairman & CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire, who will be speaking on the topic of Digital Solutions for Sustainability.
The unavoidable elephant in the room of 2020 has undoubtedly been how can we emerge into 2021, a post-COVID era, more resilient and sustainable? The Innovation Summit is treating this question as its main topic of discussion, including a Country President Roundtable on ‘Building a more Sustainable and Resilient Future’ in the wake of this unprecedented year.
Registration for this must-see event is open now. For a full list of the impressive lineup of virtual events, be sure to check the website.
Registered virtual attendees are also able to stream and re-view all sessions for a full month after the November 4 event, so you won’t miss out on any of the innovative and informative material discussed.
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