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US tax reform: Considerations for health care and life sciences execs

In the first major tax reform legislation since the 1980s, what provisions impact life sciences and health care organizations, what do business executives need to understand and plan for now, and how could tax reform affect your business strategy? Participants will learn how the new tax law is likely to affect business and strategy decisions for life sciences and health executives in 2018 and beyond.

Life Sciences & Health Care
January 24
1 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Technology trends transforming life sciences and health care

The life sciences and health care (LSHC) industry is facing disruptive change, searching for innovative ways to deliver the best patient outcomes while reducing drastic health care spending. What role will technology play in seizing this opportunity and transforming the industry as we know it? Participants will learn about technology trends that could be game-changing for life sciences and health care.

Life Sciences & Health Care
January 17
1 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Retail loss analytics: From value protection to value creation

Inventory shrinkage continues to plague the retail industry. How can retailers turn their data into actionable insights to help recover and prevent some of these losses? Participants will learn how cutting-edge technology and analytics can uncover new ways for retailers to boost profit margins.

Retail, Wholesale, & Distribution
January 23
2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
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2018 expectations and market realities in real estate

US real estate markets have been impacted by economic expansion and key events. Will demand and capital markets continue to support and potentially lift property pricing and value? Participants will hear about a Deloitte, NAR, and Situs RERC outlook report on commercial real estate markets and learn practical tips for navigating market uncertainty.

Real Estate & Construction
January 30
2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
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Cognitive technologies: Lessons learned from early adopters

Many disparate views, experiences, and expectations surround cognitive technologies and their potential. What insights from early adopters should technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies consider as they weigh investment in cognitive technology and attempt to extract value from it? Participants will gain new insights on these issues and more as TMT companies continue to evaluate their future with cognitive technologies.

Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
January 31
1 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Asset management 2.0: Driving optimization and performance

Asset management teams in the utility industry are grappling with aging infrastructure and highly visible asset failures. How can emerging technologies help reverse those trends? Participants will hear practical uses for these new technologies and how industry peers are successfully adopting them.

Power & Utilities
February 1
2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
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The grocery digital divide: Impacts on the consumer path to purchase

Digital influence is disrupting the grocery consumer path to purchase, from awareness to selection to loyalty. With grocery shoppers using digital throughout their journey and seamlessly moving between physical and digital channels, what new opportunities do consumer products (CP) companies have? Participants will learn results of a recent Deloitte Grocery Digital Divide survey and explore how companies can look beyond the in-store experience to deliver on the new digital imperative.

Consumer Products
February 7
2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
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