Global Innovation SuperSession Gathers Top Names in Business to Highlight Challenges and Opportunities for Companies Large and Small
CEOs from Ford Motor Co., Intel Corp. and Flex discuss how to build global brands
Arlington, VA – 12/30/2016
From groundbreaking startups to blue chip multinationals, companies of all sizes face similar challenges in attracting talent, launching new products and services, building a customer base and addressing government regulation. Learn from the top CEOs how companies can address these issues and leverage their assets to build market-moving global brands at the Opportunities for Global Innovation Economy SuperSession at CES® 2017.
CES 2017, owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™, is the world-leading high-level business event that gathers leaders from almost every global industry, reflecting and driving technology innovation.
1-2 PM, Friday, Jan. 6, 2017
LVCC, North Hall, N257
Moderator Alan Murray, Chief Content Officer, Time Inc.
Speaker Mark Fields, President and CEO, Ford Motor Co.
Speaker Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel Corp.
Speaker Mike McNamara, CEO, Flex
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