Industry leaders to gather in London in May for Frost & Sullivan's annual congress
March 18, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Industry leaders to gather in London in May for Frost & Sullivan's annual congress
The UK is projected by the Bank of England to be the fastest growing economy in the West by the end of 2014. How can industry leaders leverage this growth and make their businesses successful? The key trends driving growth will be analysed during Frost & Sullivan's GIL 2014: Europe that returns to London for its sixth consecutive year on Wednesday 14th May at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington. Frost & Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) Community of business leaders from all over Europe will gather to share ideas and strategies.
This year's congress will explore the very latest in business thinking, including an inspiring keynote by EIA Partner & Director Dorman Followwill. "The Frost & Sullivan Partner team that recently presented key UK trends to 10 Downing Street will explore UK-specific Mega Trends and other transformative forces that can drive growth as the UK economy heats up," explains Mr Followwill.
Innovation continues to be at the core of Frost & Sullivan's philosophy and strategic thinking. Mr Followwill's keynote will also focus on why innovation is critical to success, where innovation comes from, how to become a visionary innovator and what the next steps should be. "Whether you are inspired about future prospects or anxious about the impact the future may have, this research-based talk will bring some valuable insights to your life and future strategy," adds Dorman Followwill.
Frost & Sullivan will also present its multi Award-winning consultative sales and management development programme, Helix that enabled a major European company to deliver an 18.5 percent increase in gross margin through a re-energised sales force focused on selling value.
The congress will kick off at 9 am with a welcome address by the Head of UK Operations, Partner Gary Jeffery.
Highlights will include: The New Mega Trends - Macro to Micro Opportunities for Future Business, Cultures, and Personal Lives by Partner Sarwant Singh; Global Smart City Market - A $1.5 Trillion Market Opportunity by 2020, Industry Convergence Trends and Workshop, Exploring the Vortex of Innovation Driving New Concepts, Products and Services, and the 2014 Frost & Sullivan Growth Excellence Awards Banquet. Furthermore, Frost & Sullivan's Industry Thought Leaders will present the key trends driving the ICT, Energy & Environment, Healthcare and Industrial sectors.
This annual one-day congress is part of Frost & Sullivan's exclusive GIL community that represents a worldwide network of over 5,000 senior executives.
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Frost & Sullivan's Global GIL Community continues to be the industry's only resource that supports CEOs and their management teams in critical decision-making, offering tools that help industry leaders in achieving the three essential objectives of Growth, Innovation and Leadership. GIL 2014: Europe will provide CEOs and their growth teams an opportunity not just to attend GIL, but to actually experience it.
GIL 2014: Europe
Royal Garden, Kensington, in London
The Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership
14 May 2014
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