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Top 50 Emerging Technologies and Growth Opportunities

Emerging technologies are enabling powerful innovations by converging with other advanced innovative solutions to generate multi-billion dollar markets and growth opportunities across our world.

At the core, technology convergence involves overlaying two or more emerging or existing technologies to create unique value propositions that could be commercialized. While each emerging technology on its own represents an area of intensified R&D, heightened investments, increased IP activity, and tremendous market potential, the possible convergence of several technologies opens up unprecedented opportunities for new revenue models and the next generation of innovative products and solutions.

Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Rajiv Kumar, Senior Partner, TechVision, as he discusses the global innovation cycle and disruptive business opportunities in the webinar: Top 50 Emerging Technologies & Growth Opportunities.

Key Takeaways:
• Identify the hottest technologies that will change the direction and landscape of multiple industries
• Learn best practices for convincing internal stakeholders to pursue technology convergence strategies
• Receive action steps to leverage the ecosystem of technology partners to enable
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    Frost & Sullivan Visionary Innovation Experts, Heidi Dethloff, VP, Marketing, Digimarc Corporation
    The retail industry will undergo massive changes as the age of disruption continues to impact consumer behaviors and buying trends. In this constant flux, retailers should understand and prepare strategies to retain customers and gain an edge over the competition. In this webinar session, Frost & Sullivan will discuss the future of retail across four distinct segments:

    • Future retail 'Person' - Gen Alpha as the new wave of 'digital native' influencers and future customers
    • Future retail ‘Place’ - Reinvention of physical retail as a point of engagement from a small box to a ‘novel’ box
    • Future retail 'Points' – Advent of new points of commerce such as in-vehicle commerce
    • Future retail 'Process' – Advances in technology such as AI, Automation, AR/VR disrupting the prevailing retail process

    Join Frost & Sullivan's Visionary Innovation experts as they discuss the key perspectives on:
    • How can you keep up with the rapidly evolving physical retail environment?
    • What retail technologies will drive growth opportunities over the next decade?
    • And how can your company build a strategy to stay relevant to this new target customer?
  • Growth Opportunities to Fuel Global Innovation in a Zero-latency World Recorded: Nov 14 2019 61 mins
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    How will the connected world change through the end of 2030? How is your business going to capitalize on the seismic changes happening in the industry to build a stronger growth pipeline?

    The webinar will focus on the potential of 5G, edge computing, IoT, and immersive digital (AR/VR) reality experiences in enabling a zero-buffering, zero-latency world.

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    • Create additional revenue streams (new product/service offerings) based on connected platforms.
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  • Future of Work: Human Replacement or Collaboration? Recorded: Oct 15 2019 62 mins
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    Anand S. Vice President, TechVision, Frost & Sullivan
    Emerging technologies are enabling powerful innovations by converging with other advanced innovative solutions to generate multi-billion dollar markets and growth opportunities across our world.

    At the core, technology convergence involves overlaying two or more emerging or existing technologies to create unique value propositions that could be commercialized. While each emerging technology on its own represents an area of intensified R&D, heightened investments, increased IP activity, and tremendous market potential, the possible convergence of several technologies opens up unprecedented opportunities for new revenue models and the next generation of innovative products and solutions.

    Key Takeaways:
    · Identify the hottest technologies that will change the direction and landscape of multiple industries
    · Learn best practices for convincing internal stakeholders to pursue technology convergence strategies
    · Receive action steps to leverage the ecosystem of technology partners to enable
  • Top 50 Emerging Technologies and Growth Opportunities Recorded: May 9 2019 65 mins
    Rajiv Kumar, Senior Partner, TechVision, Frost & Sullivan
    Emerging technologies are enabling powerful innovations by converging with other advanced innovative solutions to generate multi-billion dollar markets and growth opportunities across our world.

    At the core, technology convergence involves overlaying two or more emerging or existing technologies to create unique value propositions that could be commercialized. While each emerging technology on its own represents an area of intensified R&D, heightened investments, increased IP activity, and tremendous market potential, the possible convergence of several technologies opens up unprecedented opportunities for new revenue models and the next generation of innovative products and solutions.

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    Key Takeaways:
    • Identify the hottest technologies that will change the direction and landscape of multiple industries
    • Learn best practices for convincing internal stakeholders to pursue technology convergence strategies
    • Receive action steps to leverage the ecosystem of technology partners to enable
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