DIGITAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
DIGITAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2019
Please note the details below relate to the 2019 event. Come back soon for 2020 conference details.
The Digital Leadership Conference 2019 is a summit intended for digital leaders of the engineering and consultancy firms and their clients involved in the built environment, to explore opportunities to drive business transformation and value through innovation. It forms part of the Future of Consultancy campaign which aims to produce an overarching strategy for the future of the consultancy industry and how the businesses operating within it can best serve their clients. A key part of this for the business of the future will be how they embrace digital transformation, who will be driving it first, and how businesses themselves can develop the capability to meet their clients’ needs.
This event is for the digital leaders in firms creating Britain’s built environment; clients and asset owners, consultancy firms, contractors, offsite manufacturers and partners.
The aims of the conference include the play back of research to date from the Future of Consultancy campaign, to test out and achieve consensus on the areas of opportunity to guide the next phase of research, and to develop the awareness and capability of the attendees to deliver digital transformation within their businesses.
On the evening of 20 June, ACE will be hosting a unique reception for attendees of both the Future of Consultancy and the Digital Leadership conferences. Designed to bring together business and digital leaders to discuss the changes needed to future proof our industry.
Chief Communications Officer
Centre for Digital Built Britain
Chair of the Digital Framework Task Group
R2 Data Labs
National Infrastructure Commission
Chief Information Officer
UK Director of Digital
Scott Communications (U.K.) Ltd
Co-Founder and Director
Director of Technical Practice
Business Development Director
Engineering Information Manager
Imperial College London
Director, Centre for Systems Engineering