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Dbriefs Industries Webcasts

These webcasts are from the U.S. Dbriefs webcast program

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Upcoming webcasts

Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Engaging the fan in the digital age

24 April 2019, 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET (GMT-5)

Host: Pete Giorgio, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

As a new generation of sports fans grows up through the digital age, teams, leagues, and broadcast companies are working to gain and keep their attention and spending. How are organizations improving the fan experience and meeting fans where they are? We'll discuss:

  • Changing demographics and fan profiles across major US sports leagues.
  • How teams, leagues, and broadcast/streaming companies are using new technologies and techniques to create cohesive, end-to-end fan engagement.
  • How legalization of gambling in some states could impact the ways fans engage with their favorite sports.

Participants will explore results of the 2018 Deloitte fan engagement study and key emerging trends companies should consider in their planning.

Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Digital media trends 2019: Multigenerational insights and implications

29 May 2019, 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET (GMT-5)

Host: Jeff Loucks, managing director, Deloitte Services LP

As digital media evolves, consumers across age groups are changing the way they use and consume content. For companies in technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT), harnessing these attitudes and behaviors can mean the difference between thriving or fading. We'll discuss:

  • Increasingly sophisticated media consumption habits, product and device ownership, streaming video, binge watching, data privacy, and advertising.
  • How technology use and content consumption differ by generation.
  • How business models and economics are evolving and adapting to new technologies and consumer behaviors.

Participants will learn results of Deloitte's Digital Media Trends, 13th edition, formerly the Digital Democracy survey, and how these trends might impact strategic planning for TMT companies.

Archived Webcasts

Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
TMT outlook: A rapidly changing landscape keeps decision makers alert

7 March 2019

Host: Sandy Shirai, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Important trends are shaping the technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) industry. What developments should you anticipate for the remainder of 2019? We'll discuss:

  • Technology trends, including technologies that are accelerating experimentation, democratizing innovation, boosting agility, and powering organizations' digital transformation journeys.
  • Telecommunications trends, including a mobile landscape shaped by continuous connectivity, the Internet of Things, the introduction of 5G, and advancing capabilities of voice-assisted systems.
  • Media trends, including the continuing consumer shift to internet-connected entertainment solutions, increasing competition and consumer options, and business model convergence.

Participants will gain insights into these and other important trends that may impact the TMT industry throughout 2019.

Oil, Gas, & Chemicals
The chemicals multiverse: Will the good times continue?

14 February 2019

Host: Andrew Slaughter, managing director, Deloitte Services LP

The global chemicals industry showed robust growth momentum in 2018. Will this continue, and how can chemicals companies take advantage of long-term structural changes in the industry? We'll discuss:

  • An overview of key 2018 metrics, including shipments, revenue growth, and margins.
  • Challenges global chemicals companies continue to face, including limited attractiveness of M&A as an inorganic growth tool, inefficient use of cash, and holding excess inventory.
  • New developments likely to change the industry structure by 2030, making certain strategic chemicals segments command more market power than ever before.

Participants will review the current state of the global chemicals industry and look ahead at forces shaping the future of the industry.

Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Making AI real: Considerations for TMT companies

30 January 2019

Host: Paul Sallomi, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, also known as cognitive technologies, are at the forefront of the fourth industrial revolution. How are technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies leveraging AI to extract the most value for their organizations? We'll discuss:

  • Which AI technologies early adopters are using.
  • How organizations are accelerating their rate of AI adoption and moving from pilot to full production.
  • Which use cases are driving the most value for TMT organizations.
  • Risk and ethical considerations for TMT companies.

Participants will gain new insights on these and other issues as TMT companies continue to evaluate their future with AI technologies.

Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Mobile usage trends: What does 2019 have in store?

13 December 2018

Host: Kevin Westcott, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Mobile devices are in many ways embedded in the daily lives of people around the world. With shifting consumer habits, mobile trends, and new technologies pointing to upcoming trends in the mobile world, what should technology, telecommunications, and media companies consider during the coming year, especially relating to growth opportunities? We'll discuss:

  • Leading mobile trends in the United States.
  • Consumers' device and service preferences.
  • New opportunities for players in the mobile ecosystem.

Participants will learn results of Deloitte's 2018 global survey of mobile consumers and explore ways companies can capitalize on the latest developments in mobility.

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