Technology Innovation Hubs – What the Future HoldsRed Arena
Location is still important, even in the digital age. Tim Zanni, KPMG’s Global Chair of Technology, Media and Telecommunications, will reveal the latest insights on the world’s technology innovation hubs. Findings will be shared from KPMG’s 2019 Technology Innovation survey and other research to uncover where industry leaders predict the next hubs will be located. Tim will also discuss the critical success factors for hubs, their economic and social impacts, and their surprising synergy with the global sports industry. Attendees will also discover considerations when looking to acquire a company, enter into a joint venture, or build a new HQ, satellite office, or R&D center. KPMG’s Technology Innovation survey is in its seventh year and provides insight from almost 750 global technology business leaders, 75% of which are C-level. KPMG is a global network of professional services firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services and operates in 153 countries and territories with 207,000 people.