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Power Hour: Internet of Things
January 31 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm$35 – $70
Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are connecting digital and physical worlds in new and disruptive ways—with breakthrough business results.
By integrating physical and digital worlds, IoT is generating previously untapped sources of insights and exponential opportunities that can help businesses make better informed decisions more quickly to meet industry and supply chain trends, as well as the digital demands of today’s consumer.
Join us for our first Power Hour where experts from Deloitte will discuss how practical IoT solutions in the Consumer and Industrial products space can help you stay relevant and gain competitive advantages.
Global Leader, Consumer and Industrial Products
Throughout his distinguished 37-year career in professional services, Tim has advised clients in the Chemicals and Specialty Materials, Industrial Products and Services, and Consumer Products sectors. In his role, Tim travels the world meeting with clients service teams, client executives and Deloitte leaders taking the pulse of what is happening in the market. This provides him with a unique and diverse perspective on the technology trends, business model changes and evolving ecosystems that are shaping business strategy in today’s market.
He speaks with clients and presents at international venues on topics including digital transformation, the future of work, the future of mobility, the fourth industrial revolution (commonly referred to as Industry 4.0), innovation, and global competitiveness in manufacturing.
Canadian Consumer and Industrial Products Leader
Stephen Brown’s expertise includes global supply chain, digital and customer experience in retail manufacturing and industrials. With over 21 years of professional services experience, his focus is on helping clients transform their business, including the impact this has on culture, configuration, skill set, performance incentives, supply chain and digitalization, among others.
Specializing in strategic organizational development, transformation, supply chain management, performance management, and information systems, Stephen operates globally and currently has clients in South America, Scandinavia, US and Canada. He is a frequent conference speaker and recently was asked to appear before the Parliamentary Committee on Industry, Science and Technology to comment on the future of manufacturing in Canada.