LONDON, February 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
How do non-technology traditional businesses compete with the network effects of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google
- More than 500 entrepreneurs, 'Digital Davids', C-level executives from Goliath firms, and investors have confirmed attendance
- The battle is on - find out when to disrupt and when to engage
- Speakers will share their visions of E-commerce Enablement, Monetisation of Data, Digital Identity, and Micro-Economies built by 'Ecosystem Economics'™
EntrepreneurCountry Global hosts its 14th Forum tomorrow, 3rd of February 2015, in London's iconic Royal Institution of Great Britain, bringing together some exceptional and talented speakers who will share their insight and stories of how they have built their firms, fought and lost battles and how they've achieved their breakthrough moments.
The daylong event gathers more than 500 leading entrepreneurs, corporate CEOs, VCs and Angel investors into a hot bed of discussion and learning.
> Rt. Hon. Francis Maude
> John Taysom, early investor in Yahoo
> Andrea Febbraio, co-founder, Teads
> Peter Barnes, Executive Dir & GM, Dell Enterprise, Europe
> Mark Kanji, CEO, Apptivation
> Marjorie Leonidas, MD, Taggstar
For the full speaking schedule please visit: http://www.entrepreneurcountryforum.com/schedule
Julie Meyer, founder of EntrepreneurCountry Global , commented: "In a world where Apple's results for a quarter are greater than the GDP of Portugal, non-tech traditional businesses must go to EntrepreneurCountry. If they don't invest in going there, the network effects of those who have will continue to disadvantage those who hesitate."
EntrepreneurCountry Global is the virtual country where individuals, 'Digital Davids', Goliaths and financiers go to operate their businesses in the future - leveraging the operating model of business and society which is emerging due to digital technologies and 'Ecosystem Economics' ™.
EntrepreneurCountry has 160,000 citizens across 15 regions, and works with leading Goliaths such as Bauer Media, CISCO, Dell, Gazelle Group, IBM, and Santander.
For more information, contact:
Entrepreneur Country Global
Or follow @EnCountry and @juliemariemeyer
SOURCE Entrepreneur Country Global