China

Details

  • Industry: Consumer Markets, Technology, Media & Telecommunications
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 11/18/2013

The Rapidly Changing Face of D-commerce 

Date: 18 November 2013 (Monday)
   
Time:

10:30 – 14:00

Lunch Briefing

   
Venue:  Sheraton Guangzhou Hotel, Guangzhou
   
Speakers: Mary Chong
Head of eCommerce & Payments
KPMG China

 

Nick Debnam
Regional Chairman,
Consumer Markets
KPMG

 

Jessie Qian
Partner-in-Charge,
Consumer Markets
KPMG China

   
Language: English
(Simultaneously Translation will be provided)
   
Fee:

There is no fee for attending this seminar however early registration is recommended as the number of seats is limited. 

Both cloud and mobile have gone mainstream and are leading to major upheavals in sharing, storage and computing. Commerce, communications and software applications have moved to the handset with some of those far-out science fiction technologies from the past now becoming a reality!


We are starting to see major disruptions in consumer and enterprise markets with social networks shaking up traditional channels and marketplaces that we live and work in. Globalization and the integration of these technologies like cloud, mobile, data analytics and social are spurring more rapid innovation cycles. Tech companies are playing the global resource game, picking the best talent from each market to gain competitive advantage. Large markets such as China have tapped into a digital future and have already fine-tuned innovations for their local markets.


One of the key questions that we have been asking many senior executives from the corporate world is just how ready are they in “The Rapidly Changing Face of d-Commerce”?


We shall explore the issues around tech innovation with subject matter experts and technologists together with the latest trends from our survey of 10,000 Chinese online consumers.