3rd Edition: Strategies for a world transformed by crisis.
On 4-6 May, 2021, the Financial Times, in partnership with TNW, gather the most senior global decision makers and leading minds in policy, business, tech and finance for three days of online conversations with top FT journalists.
Register for free and let me know if you'll be there!
The April edition of WaddsCon at 1-2pm on 30 April. Each presentation will run for five minutes, followed by a Q&A.
- Getting hired and getting ahead: how to land a job in the current market - Alex Lewington, Reuben Sinclair
- Creativity on a time limit: encouraging a creative mindset when you're on a deadline - Bethanie Dennis, We Are North
- Once upon a time: using stories to raise profile and create human connection - Sophie Drake, Story
- Truth be told: How authentic marketing and communications wins in the purposeful age - David Gallagher, Omnicom PR
The new consumer expectation is for brands to take a stand on issues like voting rights in the US and, more than ever, the perspective of your brand, executives, employees, and other spokespeople…runs the risk of coming under fire online or, worse, being co-opted by power groups online trying to make a point.
Join Yonder as they unpack how factions are targeting brands as they battle for control of this narrative, and how brands are responding to that pressure (or making the strategic decision not to!)
The European Commission is about to release an important policy package, which will include a proposal for a “Regulation on a European Approach for Artificial intelligence”.
This will be the first attempt to define a comprehensive regulatory framework for AI, dealing with essential aspects such as the definition of high-risk applications, regulatory obligations for providers of AI systems, the post-market surveillance of AI, the conformity assessment of high-risk AI applications and the possible creation of a new AI Board.