Events

02 May

International Days of Macroeconomics and Finance

Marrakesh, Marocco

The INREDD research lab of the Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech, the Research Department of Bank Al-Maghrib, and the Bernoulli Center for Economics of the University of Basel invite submissions for the 4th edition of the International Days of Macroeconomics and Finance. The event will take place the 2nd and 3rd May 2019 at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences of the Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco. The objective of these days is to foster a productive exchange between researchers and decision-makers and to formulate recommendations to address critical economic policy issues.

Contributions are welcome from all areas of macroeconomics and finance. Both theoretical and empirical papers will be considered. This year’s edition will give priority to papers related to the theme “Inclusive Growth: a new development paradigm”. The choice of this theme is motivated by the current debates on growth and the fight against inequalities and poverty at the international level, and the need to rethink development models, particularly the Moroccan model.

More information?

For more information about the internatioonal days that will take place on 2 and 3 May 2019 go to the website www.inomics.com.

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DTC
22 May

The Digital Transformation Conference

Congress Center Lamot, Mechelen

The Digital Transformation Conference is a yearly conference about how digital technologies can fully leverage the transformation of a business and its activities, in order to maximize and accelerate its impact, revenue, customer-focus, agility and cost-effectiveness. Digital Transformation is a journey, not a destination… Defining and managing a roadmap to digital business is still a huge challenge for most companies, mainly because they are not without risk. Digital Transformation might be an overused expression, but – because of its impact – is still a hot topic and a threat if avoided or poorly managed. Implementing an integrated approach and transcending a legacy mode is a challenge which requires the best insights about the availability of models and platforms, differentiating best practices and the opportunities offered by technology. For the latter case we refer to cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data, IOT and blockchain.

The 2019 edition will focus on how businesses and organizations can make digital transformation work and will focus on 2 main tracks: Business Innovation (All about organizational culture, strategy & vision and how these can leverage your capacity to innovate your leadership and organization as a whole.) and Technology Innovation (Experts will discuss and treat the latest developments in Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Blockchain, Big data, Security, etc… )

The advisory board features Olivier Van Duüren (The Dualarity), Omar Mohout (Antwerp Management School), Henri Jacobs (ForcIT), Johan Loeckx (VUB, Artificial Intelligence Lab) and Peter Buelens (Brewery of Ideas).

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03 Jun

New world. New solutions.

King's Rd, Harrogate HG1 5LA, Verenigd Koninkrijk

The Airmic Conference 2019 is the only risk management conference where the whole industry comes together to share experiences and influence forward thinking. It has become the most important event in the calendar for the insurance and risk management industry.

This three day conference hosts a programme of 32 workshops covering insurance and risk management, panel discussions led by high profiled industry experts, plenty of networking opportunities, a variety of wellness sessions to attend, and a large exhibition hall showcasing innovative insurance and risk management solutions.

More information?

For more information about the Airmic Conference that will take place from 3 – 5 June 2019, please visite the website of Airmic: www.airmicconference.com.

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IoT
19 Jun

The Internet of Things Convention Europe

Congress Center Lamot, Mechelen

The Internet of Things Convention Europe has the ambition to stimulate businesses and organizations to discover the huge potential of IOT. Nowadays everything is connected to the digital world, which creates new experiences and lots of opportunities. The benefits of this all-round connectivity are huge. For the users, the customers, the providers and all different industries those are: a better customer experience, active monitoring, more security, lower operational costs, higher energy-efficiency, proactive maintenance and a faster technical support. How will IoT-applications create new business opportunities? And what trends should you keep an eye on? Over 40 experts will give an answer to these questions and no less than 55 companies will demonstrate their capabilities, platforms, technologies and services.

The Internet of Things Convention Europe targets the following audience: CEO’s, COO’s, Strategists, CTO’s, CIO’s, Business innovation consultants, Organizational and IT-consultants, Digital Transformation experts and those involved in pushing a digital transformation agenda.

The 2019 edition will focus on smart mobility, smart living and smart cities as main topics. The advisory board features Pieter Ballon (VUB), Steven Latré (University of Antwerp), John Baekelmans (IMEC), Nathaly Dumaray (VVSG), Ferdinand Casier (Agoria) and Peter Buelens (Brewery of Ideas).

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