Digital Transformation will be Game Changer for Transforming Business Models in Japan

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Frost & Sullivan Japan will be hosting its flagship Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) Japan summit in Tokyo on June 2, 2016 at the Tokyo American Club to discuss and showcase how “Digital Transformation” will transform the way companies need to grow and innovate.

Digital transformation is enabling an era of unprecedented change for business, government, education as well as society. The Internet of Things (IoT) has indisputably captured the public imagination and is the catalyst for unprecedented market change. Autonomous driving cars and smart clothing are just a few futuristic innovations that have moved from concept to reality, and IoT impacts every industry.

Congregating more than 150 distinguished visionaries and key decision makers, Frost & Sullivan’s senior representatives will explore how digital transformation can bring new stimulus and strategic approaches to grow and transform the business of Japanese companies. The annual conference will showcase how this transition will bring unprecedented changes, inspiring innovation across multiple industry sectors.

One of the highlights of the congress is “The Future of Japan“, an interactive workshop centered on accelerating technological and digital innovation in Japan. Moderated by Hiroshi Nagatake, Vice President of Frost & Sullivan Japan, the workshop will enable participants to brainstorm new ideas propelling Japan’s future industries and tomorrow’s disruptors.

Frost & Sullivan’s senior industry experts will also discuss how digital transformations will impact industries and transform the existing business models, focusing on the ICT, automotive, healthcare industries and showcase success stories involving process redesign and strategic growth.  Marc Einstein, Director of Japan ICT Research at Frost & Sullivan, will share his insights on how IoT will evolve transformation and create new business models for Japanese companies in this new dynamic digital landscape. Takashi Morimoto, Senior Consultant of Mobility at Frost & Sullivan, will share his insights on the global outlook of autonomous driving car as well as challenges to be tackled to make autonomous driving cars a reality. Rhenu Bhuller, Partner, & SVP, Transformational Health at Frost & Sullivan, will discuss how companies could create new and sustainable business models in the healthcare industry on the brink of transformation.

GIL 2016: Japan promises to be a remarkable journey to visionary innovation and will pave the roadmap for Japan’s economic and industrial evolution. To learn more about this conference and the unique platform it provides to senior executives and leaders, please visit –

GIL 2016: Japan is supported by Gold Sponsors Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDeC).

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