"Analogue employees: Digital Jobs. Training and career development for a lifetime of opportunity"
The British Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to an Evening Business Forum hosted by the TMT group: “Analogue employees: Digital Jobs. Training and career development for a lifetime of opportunity.” This will take place on Wednesday 10 May 2017 at 18:00 at THE OFFICE, 29 Boulevard Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, L-1331 Luxembourg.
By 2020, up to 60% of jobs in the management, business and financial sectors could be transformed by robotic processes. Automation and technology have been transforming manufacturing and labour intensive sectors for some time, and now current research would seem to indicate that automation and technology are having more and more of an impact on knowledge based and professional services too.
So, if you are working in this field – what impact does that have for you?
Will automation and technology simply replace existing jobs and put us all out of work? Or will it have a more evolutionary impact, creating new kinds of jobs as a result of the things that technology will let us do differently? Automation is nothing new – so what can we learn from our predecessors who dealt with this challenge in the past?
- How are companies retraining their workforce and which new skills do we need to learn?
- How can we continue to manage our career and create our own opportunities in this ever-changing world?
Join us for the next evening Business forum hosted by the TMT group of the BCC as we will hear speakers from different sectors of industry here in Luxembourg discussing the impact technology and automation have on business, jobs and employees.
These and many more questions will be dealt with by the speakers:
- Ravi Beegun - Head of Investment Management, KPMG
- David Holland - The Results Guy, Business Coach
- Paul Peckels - CEO, Luxemburger Wort
- Richard Russell - Independent Digital Innovation Consultant (ex Google and Amazon)
The British Chamber wishes to thank Lancelot for generously sponsoring this event.
The evening will start at 18:00 with registration. The conference is scheduled to begin at 18:30. To close the evening drinks and canapés will be provided and, as always, the opportunity to meet and discuss with your fellow Chamber Members and the speakers.
The cost of attending this event is: Sustaining Members, FREE, Business & Individual Members, €20 and Non-Members, €30.
Nearest parking - Monterey car park, 28 Avenue Monterey, L-2163 Luxembourg.
PLEASE NOTE CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING NO LATER THAN 12:00 NOON ON MONDAY 08 MAY 2017 WHERE NO WRITTEN CANCELLATION IS RECEIVED WE WILL REGRETTABLY HAVE TO INVOICE YOU FOR THE COST OF THE EVENT.
Please let us know if you have any particular dietary requirements