Customized sessions at the Summit cater to a diverse range of different learning needs, from understanding high-level strategic thinking to industry and technology-focused sessions.
Now to November 2021
GoVIRTUAL features a full range of webinars featuring industry and technology experts, virtual product demonstrations, livestreaming with a real-time chat feature for two-way interaction, and forums for knowledge exchange.
10 June 2020
Han Ngi Juan, General Manager,Yokogawa Engineering Asia Pte Ltd
Bikash Kumar, Managing Director, Integrated Retail Management Consulting
Anupama Singal, Co Founder, Slicer Pte Ltd
Coronavirus is reshaping every industry, so what are your business plans during and post the pandemic? If you are not sure yet, join us and learn from 2 experts from manufacturing and retail sectors on the key challenges and strategies.
The Way Out- 3 Phases Strategies for the Manufacturing Sector. Facing the New Normal: The Top 3 Immediate Changes Needed in Retail
8 July 2020
Jack Mao, Sales Director, Shenzhen HDFocus Technology Co., Ltd
Shelina Deng, Sales Manager, Shenzhen Jingcan Opto-Tec Co.,Ltd
Retail has been reshaped by the global spread of the coronavirus with many stores closing and facing a sharp decline in sales. Join us and learn the technology advancement in the sector paving your way forward.
16 July 2020
James Mccartney, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Telstra, Singapore
Alok Jain, Managing Director, Trans-Consult Asia, Hong Kong
Vihang Shah, Executive Advisor, SynFiny Advisors
According to data gathered by Learn Bonds, the global AI software market value will jump from $22.6 Billion in 2020 to $126 Billion by 2025. Let’s face it: AI is set for a massive takeover in the coming years. The coronavirus, on the other hand has pushed and will continue pushing the improvement and further development of AI & automation. This webinar will showcase how AI are changing business structures and procedures now and in the future.
22 July 2020
Wayne Wang, General Manager, Newline Interactive APAC
Dr Mah Boon Yih, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Penang Branch, Malaysia
The global lockdown of education institutions due to the COVID-19 pandemic has caused teaching and learning to move online on a massive scale. Join us and learn about the technology advancement in the education sector.
5 August 2020
Zane Au, Managing Director, Shen Milsom & Wilke Ltd
Rod Brown, Volunteer Instructor, AVIXA
Technologies and building/facility operations are constantly evolving and challenging each other since the beginning of architecture. Nowadays with the advance of “smart” building technologies, multiple different functions and events can be supported in the same space in a previously impossible manner. This session looks at how technology has changed and is still changing the design and usage of facilities and 10 AV standards you should be using right now to improve quality and efficiency.
13 August 2020
Rohit Nambiar, Chief Executive Officer, AXA AFFIN Life Insurance, Malaysia
Alexander Nicolaus, People & Culture Leader, Author of Startup Culture
Ewen Plougastel, Managing Director, Accenture
Disrupted by technology, the business world is undergoing a transformation journey worldwide. This webinar will explore how the way professionals work is evolving, the leadership skills that will be needed within the dynamic market to thrive, and how organisations can stay competitive in the war for talent and customers in 2030.
19 August 2020
Vica Huang, Marketing Director, Taiden Industrial Co., Ltd
Don Tang, Export Manager, AVCIT Electronics
Timothy Hsia, Product Director, Partilink Inc.
How can new technology fundamentally reshape the government workforce? New technologies are being developed and used to improve the efficiency of government services. Join us to learn more and understand technology advancements for the government sector.
17 September 2020
Vihang Shah, Executive Advisor, SynFiny Advisors
John Lee, Managing Director (ASIA PACIFIC), GRF ASIA-PACIFIC Pte Ltd
Oleg Ishanov, Director of Threat Research, Acronis
Jane Lo, Correspondent, MySecurityMedia; Director, Finbox
By the end of 2025, we expect 5G to have 2,6 billion subscriptions covering up to 65% of the world’s population. Meanwhile, the number of cellular IoT connections (physical things connected to the internet) is expected to reach 5 billion worldwide, up from 1,3 billion today. According to McKinsey, if policy-makers and businesses get it right, the economic value to be generated by IoT globally could generate between $3.9 trillion to $11.1 trillion a year by 2025. Like many other huge shifts in economy and technology, this is a great opportunity to adopt new technologies and move your business forward. So how do we make the most of the next wave of technologies? Find out from this tech dialogue and understand how you should prepare for it.
14 October 2020
Clarence Seow, Regional Product Manager, Epson Singapore Ptd Ltd
Jeremy Chen, Country Manager, Yealink (Xiamen) Network Technology Co., Ltd
Daniel Yang, Regional Sales Manager, AREC Inc.
Audio visual technology continues to evolve, and savvy businesses know how important it is to keep up. Understanding today’s audiovisual technology trends and learning what’s around the corner that can help you create spaces that empower your people and business.
5 November 2020
Scott McMillan, Manager, SHEQ Technology and Innovation, Melbourne Water
Chaitanya Chinchlikar, Chief Technology Officer & Head of Emerging Media, Whistling Woods International
The global VR and AR market was valued at $27B in 2018. And by 2025, it is expected to reach $393B with a CAGR of 69.4% during 2019-2025. Experts from Tractica predict that global revenue of Virtual Reality for enterprise will increase from $1.0B in 2018 to $12.6B annually by 2025.
The trend for Virtual and Augmented Reality for enterprise is growing. More and more companies are planning to invest in Virtual and Augmented Reality enterprise solutions, but how to assess the impact of Virtual and Augmented reality on your business? And what are the biggest barriers to mass adoption of VR and AR? Join us in this webinar and hear the early adopters’ stories.
3 December 2020
Paul Soegianto, Chief Strategy Officer, Blue Bird Group,Indonesia (Blue Bird Group is the largest taxi operator in Indonesia)
Sawraya Senlee, COO of Technology, CENTRAL Technology Organization, CENTRAL Group
Nam Soon Liew, ASEAN Regional Managing Partner, EY
5 Years of Digital Transformation in SEA in 1 Year
The number of digital consumers in Southeast Asia (SEA) will reach 310 million by year end, a number previously forecasted to be reached in 2025, according to a recent report by Facebook and Bain & Company. These consumers make up 69 percent of the region’s population that are aged 15 and above.
Although digital transformation has been underway for some time in SEA, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the transition. Join us in the fireside chat and gain invaluable insight into digital transformation progresses.
If you would like to participate as a presenter/speaker at InfoComm Southeast Asia GoVIRTUAL, please contact Sammi Zhang at firstname.lastname@example.org