The Australian British Chamber of Commerce played host to technology leaders from some of Australia’s biggest businesses last week, with a panel of experts giving their views on technology.
With disruption through technology now the norm in the corporate world, leaders from across sectors attended to understand and engage with the threats to their business-as-usual model from the rapidly changing landscape.
Representatives from Corporate Travel Management (CTM) and Etihad Airways attended, hearing from executives from Intel, Microsoft and BlueChilli who outlined the changing technological environment and how to stay ahead of the game.
BlueChilli Founder and CEO Sebastian Eckersley-Maslin outlined the ‘156 steps in taking an idea to a saleable product’, while Microsoft Australian Managing Director Pip Marlow outlined how to behave as a challenger instead of an incumbent.
CTM’s Business and Solutions Manager NSW Jonathon Mavin said “It’s an honour to attend an event alongside some of the world’s leading technology innovators. The knowledge shared in these forums feeds the innovation engine at CTM, and ultimately enables us to deliver our clients with world class technology solutions.”