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Reading the tea leaves of 2022

What does 2023 have in store for us?

What was 2022 all about? Join our first-of-the-year podcast as we delve into the unprecedented events and game-changing trends that shaped the past year – and find out what that points to in the year to come.

From identifying common mistakes businesses made to exploring the latest industry innovations – technological and strategic – we’ll give you a 360-degree view of the business landscape.

• Is the perma-crisis really permanent?
• How are guardrails supporting creativity?
• What does the growing trend of friend-shoring say about who we trust to do business with?

Moving on, we’ll be strategizing for the future, discussing persistent issues, potential recession scenarios and which industries will be hit the hardest. We’ll also be uncovering the role of cyber security and AI in 2023, and exploring the shift towards “friend-zoning” China.

Don’t miss out on our “Tangible Takeaways” segment where we’ll be providing actionable advice to give your business the edge it needs in 2023. Tune in now, and stay ahead of the curve!

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Our Speakers

Volker Darius

Chief Client Officer, Capgemini Invent

Bola Rotibi

Chief of Enterprise Research, CCS Insight
Bola has over 25 years of expertise spanning engineering, software development and IT analysis. She is the founder of Creative Intellect Consulting and has worked at MWD Advisors and Ovum. Bola has worked as a senior software developer for Reuters and a chemical and process control engineer for Air Products. As an analyst, Bola has built a wide portfolio of product evaluations, strategy reports and competitive analysis reports. She is regularly sought to provide input into and drive supplier and product selection processes.

Liz Lugnier

Analyst Relations Director: Sustainability, Invent (Consulting)
Liz is the host of the Future Sight podcast. She has experience in a multitude of industries, including innovation, customer experience, consulting, sustainability, retail and consumer products, automotive, and the public sector.