An exclusive lunch discussion for All guests need to be double vaccinated or have an official exemption. Upon arrival at the venue, guests will have to show their proof of vaccination or exemption to the venue staff.
The ascent of the adaptive enterprise: the opportunity of the digital economy
Business leaders worldwide have had to respond to widespread disruption and unpredictability during the global pandemic, rapidly pivoting their business models, accelerating digital transformation, and up-levelling their online customer experience.
Research by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has shown that the capacity for businesses to anticipate change and swiftly adapt has been a major determinant of resilience and growth.
- What core characteristics allow enterprises to be adaptive, and how can an innate ability to navigate change be a source of competitive advantage?
- How are business leaders continuing to navigate uncertainty while unlocking new revenue streams and growth opportunities?
- What strategies are business leaders pursuing in response to the growing momentum of eCommerce and the opportunities of the digital economy?
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The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.
Job titles include CXOs, CTOs, CIOs, CFOs, CEOs, Heads of Payments, Heads of eCommerce, Heads of Product, Heads of Digital, and other senior decision makers in Melbourne.
12:00 PM: Arrival of guests
12:30 PM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
12:35 PM: Short address by Stripe
12:40 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group over lunch
1:45 PM: Discussion brought to a close and guests are encouraged to continue networking
2:30 PM: Guests normally start leaving
Principal, Policy and Insights | Economist Impact APAC
Charles is currently editorial director for The Economist’s industry and management research business, where he covers a territory spanning from Australia to India and China. His team works with many Western multinationals from the Fortune 500 but increasingly with Asian multinationals, governments, SMEs and high-growth technology firms as well.
A research, insights and strategy expert with a deep practical knowledge of business drawn from almost 20 years of working either within companies to set strategy and deliver on business outcomes, or as an external consultant and researcher. Practical experience is underpinned by formal training, including an MBA undertaken at the University of Oxford.