Disruptive Technology Survival Guide for Retail Clients
A Practical Workshop for Legal Advisors
The retail environment is a hotbed of change and the pace of change is accelerating. New technologies and regulations and especially consumer demand are pushing retailers to try new business models at a frantic pace. Most retailers are faced with battles on a variety of fronts; new disruptive business models, increasingly powerful behemoths and the threat of technology based change.
Who this workshop is for:
Mid to Senior Level Executives/Partners in Legal Firms advising clients in the Retail Sector
What the workshop covers:
This workshop will give you an independent view of:
- The impact of changes to privacy regulations
- New technology driven business models
- What technologies are over hyped and over the horizon
- The impact of technology on future consumer behaviour
What you will come away with:
A deeper understanding of the concerns of your retail clients
Familiarity with the implications of the new technologies and some of the key regulations affecting your clients
the enhanced ability to advise your clients when new areas of business appear and better understanding of how they need to navigate the disruption ahead.
This is an opportunity to test and extend your understanding of consumer privacy, delivery robots, just in time manufacture and other arcane but important factors that could mean life or death to your clients.
This workshop will be run by Marc Dowd, expert in disruptive innovation.
Private Workshops and Keynote Speakers:
This workshop is available as a private workshop tailored to your organisation's specific challenges, on your own premises. PathFinder4 also provides keynote speakers on disruption in the Law Sector. To discuss your individual requirements, costs and availability please contact us.
Currently available public workshops are published on the Knowledge section of this website. You may also contact us directly to enquire about discounts for booking larger numbers onto a single workshop, booking onto multiple workshops or for alternative payment methods (for example, by invoice)