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Bangkok, Thailand, 2015/03/27 - Frost & Sullivan’s Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) will be held once again in Bangkok, Thailand on 2 April, 2015.
Business leaders will convene at Dusit Thani Bangkok to discuss how “Convergence” and “The Connected World” will influence the way companies need to grow and innovate.
Mr. Aroop Zutshi, Global President and Managing Partner at Frost & Sullivan will start the ball rolling by giving a keynote speech Convergence The Game Changing Visionary Future.
Besides these engaging think tanks, industry thought leaders will showcase Frost & Sullivan’s latest research in a Rapid Fire session covering diverse industries such as Healthcare, ICT, Energy to name a few.
There will also a key think tank on Techvision Welcome to the Power Packed World of Top 50 Technologies, which will be facilitated by Frost & Sullivan’s Andrew Milroy, Senior Vice President, ICT Asia Pacific. The think tank will identify the next wave of innovation and white space opportunities created by convergence of top technologies and how companies can collaborate with their peers evaluate and co-create potential convergence scenarios worth billions of dollars.
Frost & Sullivan’s key analysts will also be sharing their views on affordable and accessible healthcare, trends in the global food and beverages industry and future of the vehicle.
There will also be GIL Bites presentations, where Frost & Sullivan’s senior analysts will provide their global insights and innovations on key industries such as ICT, Government, Automotive, and Petrochemicals.
Frost & Sullivan analysts (frost.com) will be giving a 360 degree perspective of their industries and key industry trends in a fast-moving fashion and identify convergence opportunities across industries, products, technologies and competitors.
Thailand’s Industry Leaders will also be providing their visionary perspectives on how they are shaping their companies in this highly innovative and turbulent market environment. Key questions that will be discussed include how existing industries are transforming to meet the needs of tomorrow’s consumer, how the business model is changing and what does it mean to their companies and what are the new collaborative approaches of private and public sectors.