ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
In April 2020, when the Covid-19 crisis was firing up all over the world, I was making projections for my industry customers on what to expect looking ahead. At the time I was announcing « major disruptions until at least mid-2021 », discussing how China would emerge far ahead of the US out of this, and several other key points in term of technology markets, international deals and innovation on healthcare, mobility, luxury or consumer goods. Part of my conclusion was quoting Mike Tyson about the fact that everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.
Well, nearly a year later we’ve been punched in the face quite a few times, and it’s time to refresh our views on what we should be preparing for ahead of us.
For this update webinar I will discuss not just the direct impact of the worldwide crisis we are still going through, but also what are the second order of consequences. Doing so, we’ll try to map out the key challenges that US, EU or Chinese multinationals will have to face in a new world order, where the US have durably lost their post-WWII legitimacy.
"Covid-19: Predictions for 2021 on who’s going to recover, profit or disappear by Philippe Meda"
Thursday, February 4th from 12:30 pm - Paris time
ABOUT OUR EXPERT
Born and raised in the pharmaceutical playfield, Philippe Méda is a senior consultant on innovation strategy with a solid grasp of tech and science.
He has specialized in shifting and fast-evolving markets, trains about 120 start-ups a year in various European and Asian ecosystems, consults for a dozen multinational on rupture innovation and corporate incubation and is a veteran keynote speaker with solid and hands-on perspective on innovation in multiple markets from energy to luxury and banking. Philippe has also been a guest lecturer / adjunct professor on how to disrupt markets in KEDGE Global MBA programmes in Paris and Shanghai and some leading design schools for more than 10 years. Some of his key customers in the industry are Airbus, Chanel, Renault-Nissan, or Thales