The OnFuture Executive Brainstorm and Innovation Series (formerly known as New Digital Economics Executive Brainstorm Series) forms part of a research and industry transformation programme, from business model innovation firm STL Partners. Each event focuses on collaborative discussion and brainstorming between senior executives from the retail, banking, media, government and telco sector’s, providing new opportunities for mutual growth and innovation in the digital ecosystem.
Supported by leading trade bodies, and attended by some of the world’s leading experts, the Executive Brainstorms are held on a regular basis throughout the world. Targeted and focused for each region we address key business and market impacts now and into the future.
- Digital Asia in collaboration with Telkom Indonesia Group
2-4 December 2014, Bali
- OnFuture: EMEA 2014
11-12 June 2014, London
- Digital Arabia
11-13 November, 2013, Dubai
- New Digital Economics EMEA
5-6 June 2013, The Wyndham Grand Hotel, London
- New Digital Economics Silicon Valley
19-20 March 2013, The InterContinental Hotel, San Francisco
Marketing Director, Major Operator
The Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT) ecosystem is becoming more complex as the business models of different players converge and collide. OnFuture is a premium strategy event focused on new growth opportunities and business models for TMT.
Vice President, Major Media Company
Unique Interactive Format
STL Partners' unique interactive format, called "Mindshare", gathers together representatives from across the communications, media, internet and technology sectors to explore opportunities to exploit telecoms assets and capabilities to grow business in the digital economy. It is run as a large scale structured brainstorm comprising roughly: 30% Stimulus presentations; 22% Interactive brainstorming with peers; 13% Panel discussions; 35% Networking.
Up to 250 participants including around specially invited senior execs from across the telecoms, media, entertainment, internet and enterprise technology sectors.
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SVP, Major Operator
This series of Brainstorms attracts the leading minds and industry figures from across the telecoms, cable, media, publishing, banking, payments, brand marketing, retailing, interactive agency, credit rating, software, academic, internet, technology, government, public policy and investment sectors. In addition, CEOs from some of the most exciting start-ups in the m-commerce, advertising and personal data space present in the Innovation Showcase sessions.
What's different about STL Events...
Our unique interactive mindshare
Networking opportunities at STL events
Transformation, Innovation and Growth Opportunities for the Telecoms Industry
How telcos need to transform their core operations and networks to deliver low-cost agility, while optimising core services revenues, dealing with disruption / 'co-opetition' with Internet Players, and building new service revenues in Cloud, Enterprise Mobility, the 'Internet of Things', Digital Commerce, and Big Data.
Transforming Telecoms Operations and Propositions
Cloud presents opportunities to transform both internal operations and external propositions for telcos. What are the latest strategies and innovations in Cloud and Managed Services (e.g. SDN, NFV, PaaS, SaaS, NaaS) and what are the leading case studies?
How Telcos can enable the $50Bn Enterprise Mobile Opportunity
Our research has shown that over half the enterprise market is willing to buy from telcos, but that a much lower proportion actually does. What are the barriers and how can telcos overcome them?
Smart Cities, Connected Everything: M2M and the Internet of Things
Numerous stakeholders are competing to connect everything (e.g. cars, TVs, sensors, etc.) and deliver a wide range of benefits from greater economic efficiency and implementing government policies through to new revenue generation. What business models are most effective for which ends, and how and where should players collaborate and interoperate – or compete head-on?
The Cross-Sector Commerce Revolution Driven by Mobile and Personalised Data
Mass digitalisation is changing everything in customer-facing business (e.g. advertising, loyalty, payments, etc.). How should industries and companies address this change, what is the strategy of the major internet disruptors (e.g. Amazon, Google, Facebook, etc.), and what are the new opportunities for CSPs, media, banking and technology companies?
New Partnerships and Technologies for Film, TV and Games in a multi-screen, 3D/HD, mobile world
Content creators seek new routes to market and access to customers, and service providers seek new services to add value to their core propositions, so there is a growing convergence and body of partnerships. Cloud technology and OTT plays are also changing the game. So what strategies will win out?
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