On 15, 16 and 17 April 2016, ancient history will meet the digital future, as Byblos in Lebanon hosts Digital Transformation Middle East 2016. The event is dedicated to digital business transformation and disruptive digital innovation, where leading international experts will share their insights and provide actionable advice to help accelerate the region's journey into the digital era.
The event's patron is Dr. Alan Hakim, the Lebanese Minister of Economy and Trade, and he will be joined by a host of other business leaders. Key note speaker Rob Llewellyn of CXO Transform will be accompanied by others from Arthur D. Little, UNDP, Alfa Mobile the University of British Columbia (UBC), Wolfram Research, and more. Together they will address an eclectic international audience.
#DTME2016 will explain how you can develop and execute successful digital business transformation strategies, grow and nurture your workforce to support the transformation, and implement processes and technologies to sustain the momentum. This is your opportunity to see how the digital business of the future will look, then chart your path in it.
The event speakers are thought leaders and industry experts who will provide unique insights, great success stories and actionable practices so that people leave the event inspired and well-equipped to lead their organisations on their digital business transformation journey.
The ancient city of Byblos in Lebanon is a World Heritage Centre about 26 miles north of Beirut and is one of the oldest known settlements on the planet dating back to 6230 BC. The syllabic writing, developed there around 1000 BC influenced the alphabet and the English word Bible, stemmed from Byblos.