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Next edition TechTalks050, November 25: Digital business - How to digitally transform your business

06 November 2019

What does ‘going digital’ with your company really mean? Going digital means more than just setting up an online website. How do you convert your data into added value for the client? How do you create a culture that makes digital transformation possible?

When: Monday November 25, 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Where: DOT Groningen, Vrydemalaan 2

Thijs Broekhuizen is a researcher at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the UG. He is pursuing these questions as part of his research into SMEs and companies.  

Lex List is the CIO of TKP Pensioen and is currently right in the middle of handling the company’s digital transformation. The company aims to create the best digital pension platform. This can only happen through drastic digitization. These experiences set the foundation for a useful story.

Programme (Dutch-spoken)

7.00 p.m.         Arrival with tea and coffee
7.30 p.m.         Opening by Rian van Diedenhoven
7.40 p.m          TechTalks050 with Thijs Broekhuizen and Lex List
9.00 p.m.         Time for questions and discussion
9.30 p.m.         Techborrel & bites (drinks and networking)

Tickets

Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance via the DOT website (or on the door, if there are still spots available) and cost € 7.50. This includes coffee or tea beforehand, two presentations and a drink afterwards. Everyone is welcome!

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