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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? Participants will explore results of the 2018 Deloitte fan engagement study and key emerging trends companies should consider in their planning.
How can government agencies and public-sector entities sense and act upon a future that remains unclear? It is increasingly important to understand what technology trends are likely to disrupt in the next 18 to 24 months. Participants will explore the 10th anniversary Deloitte Government Tech Trends report and how to put these macro technology forces into action in their organizations.
Favorable global trends, a positive investment climate, and opportunities from industry disruptions are building momentum for an active commercial real estate (CRE) M&A environment in 2019. What trends and drivers should factor into CRE owners’ and investors’ 2019 M&A planning? Participants will hear results of a Deloitte survey of global CRE investors and gain insights into emerging M&A opportunities and challenges.
Several automotive trends are converging that could disrupt the industry’s century-old business models and value chain. With consumers still at the heart of any future mobility scenario, what are key trends and developments you should consider in your planning? Participants will learn results of Deloitte’s Global Automotive Consumer Study and hear insights on what companies working within the automotive and mobility ecosystem might consider as they evaluate investments in new products, technologies, and business models.
Renewables are now showing up at the intersection of smart city goals and building owner/operator conservation efforts. What opportunities are available for stakeholders to join together for key energy, mobility, and conservation initiatives? Participants will discover which cities are leading in smart renewables, how conservation is a key consideration for smart buildings, and how utilities are participating in smart city initiatives.
Rising costs and a smaller applicant pool are causing many higher education institutions to feel unprecedented financial pressures. What are innovative options to aid long-term financial sustainability and how can institutions determine their best course of action? Participants will gain insights on how colleges and universities can start to identify which options for long-term sustainability are best for them.
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. 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.