The Digital Disruption Sessions aim to bring into the spotlight the global trends arising from the convergence of marketing and technology and focus on digital transformation and how it may fuel sustainable and socially responsible growth policies.
The Digital Disruption Sessions are a side event within the context of the Delphi Economic Forum.
3 verticals each with keynote speeches and panel discussions covering ground breaking topics:
Technology Empowers The Community / The New CSR
New Media: The Rise Of The Micro-Influencer & Experience Building
Health, Banking & Insurance Disrupted
The Digital Disruption Sessions, powered by VALUECOM,
give participants the opportunity to attend cutting edge speeches, meet and interact
with international speakers, local C-level suite and Key Opinion Formers.
Digital tech has enabled remote learning & training, it has also provided viable, doable, sustainable scenarios for extensive work delegation and allocation. Communities that suffer from high unemployment rations may greatly benefit from this.
Leila Janah explains her approach on empowering communities through education and training & presents her new book, "Give Work: Reversing Poverty One Job at a Time".
Credibility of news outlets globally challenged by fake news - Greek media credibility under threat - brands are searching for media channels to earn presence – major influencers with top social footprint and commercial agreements also in credibility limbo – what’s next?
Jessica E. Gioglio argues for the rise of the micro-influencer and how turning consumer to influencer will become the next it-topic in brand marketing
Andra Keay takes us through “a day in the life in 2030”. How tech will shape our everyday life, the emergence and role of robots and more.
Smart technology will be our greatest tool to tackle the next wave of global healthcare challenges.
The Digital Disruption Sessions (DDS) will take place as a side event within the context of 3rd Delphi Economic Forum (DEF), at the Amalia Hotel in Delphi.
1, Apollonos St. Delphi,