The Financial Times and Paul Hastings Series: Tomorrow's Global Business
Survival and Growth in the New Digital Economy
Technology and the new digital economy have become the pervasive drivers of business transformation and strategy–evolving to dominate every corporate agenda. In the first of a new series of high-level, invitation-only events under the umbrella theme ‘Tomorrow’s Global Business’, Paul Hastings and the Financial Times will gather senior executives and legal decision makers from corporations, investors and disruptors to discuss how incumbents of the tech industry can ensure growth in the face of competition from successful newcomers that are upending business models, and the regulatory, financing, talent and legal pressures that are exerting their own dynamic on the sector.
Join us as we explore:
How incumbents of the tech industry can remain nimble and reinvent or protect themselves to ensure growth in the face of competition from successful newcomers upending business models.
How successful tech-related companies could raise capital, and how their choices impact ownership and control.
How forward-looking companies, traditionally considered outside of the tech sector, can leverage new opportunities created by disruptive technologies.
Hear from corporate business leaders differentiating their businesses through radical innovation.
Take home insights into how your company can remain nimble and relevant whilst surrounded by growing disruptors.
Assess how financing, regulatory, and legal challenges can impact ownership and control for your business.
Opening Remarks by Paul Hastings and Richard Waters (West Coast Managing Editor, Financial Times)
Panel Discussion by Mood Rowghani (General Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers)
*Attendance to this event is by invitation only. Additional applicants will be considered subject to availability of seats and meeting the above criteria.