Fujitsu ActivateNow: Reimagining how innovation can drive a brighter future
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Fujitsu ActivateNow: Reimagining how innovation can drive a brighter future

Fujitsu ActivateNow — 14 & 15 October 2020

With focus on showcasing customers’ digital transformation (DX) journeys through challenging times, Fujitsu created a stellar line-up for its flagship digital event of 2020.

Thought-leader keynote speakers included business model design guru Alex Osterwalder and bestselling author and London Business School professor Lynda Gratton, while customer insights were shared by CIOs and other digital leaders at FedEx, Mars Petcare, Costa Coffee, Lufthansa, Mizuho, Network Rail and Finland’s State Treasury, among many others.

Those were underpinned by a vision for DX success from Fujitsu president and Chief Digital Transformation Officer, Takahito Tokita, and CTO for Central and Eastern Europe, Dr Joseph Reger, as well as hundreds of other Fujitsu technology experts and strategists.

Watch all the Fujitsu ActivateNow 2020 keynote, highlight and breakout sessions

 


ActivateNow magazine 2020-Eng

Download a digital version of our latest magazine, featuring Fujitsu ActivateNow keynote speaker Alex Osterwalder, the global authority on reimagining business models for a better future
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Read our exclusive interviews with digital leaders and business thought-leaders from ActivateNow:

FedEx’s SVP for International IT Nik Puri

FedEx's Nik Puri

 

 

Mars Petcare’s Global CIO, Miao Song

Mars Petcare's Miao Song

 

 

Costa Coffee’s CIO Phil Scully

Costa Coffee's Phil Scully

 

 

 

 


 Watch all the Fujitsu ActivateNow 2020 keynote, highlight and breakout sessions

First published October 2020
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