People talk a lot about the Fourth Industrial Revolution (i4) and how it will transform the way we live, work, and manage business activity across the whole economy. Companies of all shapes and sizes are working to incorporate digital and analytical technologies into systems and processes. These technologies are making production faster and smarter than ever before. Most business people see the technology disruption from things like AI, IoT, 3D-printing, and advanced robotics as more of an opportunity than a threat. However, as with all technological change, there will be many people that don’t benefit. How will emerging economies such as Vietnam handle the opportunities and challenges from i4?
Come Lunch ‘n Learn with AmCham on April 3 to hear the latest global perspectives, trends and focus on Industry 4.0. Tim Hanley, Senior Partner with Deloitte USA will share the finding and recommendations from Deloitte’s recent survey on how companies are investing in i4-driven capabilities to enable digital transformation.
About the guest speaker:
Tim Hanley is a Senior Partner with Deloitte in the United States. During his distinguished career in professional services, Tim has advised multinational clients in the chemicals, industrial products and services, and consumer products sectors. He currently serves as the global lead client service partner or an advisory partner on a number of Fortune Global 500 manufacturing companies. He has extensive experience leading teams serving all business aspects, including consulting with top management regarding organizational financial strategy development and execution, acquisitions, and market development.
EVENT: Global perspectives, trends and focus on Industry 4.0
DATE: Wednesday, April 3
TIME: 12:00pm – 1:45pm
PLACE: InterContinental Hanoi Westlake, 5 Tu Hoa, Tay Ho
COST: VND 650,000 (members); VND 900,000 (non-members)
Will supply chain changes benefit or hurt Vietnam? Are Vietnamese policy makers ready to adopt intelligent lighting, energy saving devices, safety alarms, and intelligent transport to improve the growing cities here? Come discuss these important issues while you Lunch n’ Learn with AmCham on April 3. Please register your participation in this event by clicking on the button below or by calling the AmCham office (84) 24.3934.2790.