“Any technology that can reduce the costs of manual operations by 25-40% without changing existing systems can truly be described as transformational and disruptive”

[EY, 2020]


We’re witnessing the most significant point of inflection since the steam engine. Artificial intelligence is set to transform the way we work and interact with customers and colleagues alike. 75% of enterprises expect to fully operationalise AI within the next 4-years and the analysts regularly talk in terms of 40% improvement in productivity. No wonder Automation (a foundational step towards AI) is the number one technology trend 2020 [Gartner].


Yet, despite high aspirations for a digital future, just 25% of executives feel prepared to make use of data [Accenture]. Put simply, the cart is before the horse; and the horse is tiring. Legacy data systems are no longer fit for purpose. For the majority it’s not too late to become a data-driven enterprise. But speed is critical as failure to protect the data foundations leaves firms ever more fragile, especially when economic certainty is a distant concept.


Join us to benchmark your strategy and explore how data-driven enterprises such as T-Mobile and Conde Nast are using microservices, DataOps, data engineering, and “database as a platform” to shape the future.

Who Is Attending?

Chief Digital Officer, Walgreens Boots

Chief Data Officer, ITV

Chief Digital Officer, Electrocomponents

Chief Transformation Officer, Experian

Chief Technology Officer, TP ICAP

Chief Technology Officer, HSBC

EVP Digital Banking, Danske Bank

This session is fully booked. Register to join the shortlist



DataStax helps companies compete in a rapidly changing world where expectations are high and new innovations happen daily. DataStax is an experienced partner in on-premises, hybrid, and multi-cloud deployments and offers a suite of distributed data management products and cloud services.

Leading the Discussion

Bryan Kirschner 

For more than 20 years Bryan has helped large organisations build and execute strategy when they are seeking new ways forward and a future materially different from their past. He specialises in removing fear, uncertainty, and doubt from strategic decision-making through empirical data and market sensing. A frequent speaker at industry events on digital transformation and platform strategy, he has cultivated strong relationships with leading academic researchers on these topics for over a decade.


What is the experience?

All of our virtual roundtables are focused, collaborative and informative. As a participant you join via video and – thanks to a chaired and moderated discussion – take away actionable ideas to implement within your business and with your customers.


Prior to the virtual meeting taking place, each attendee is interviewed to understand their interests and perspective. Those who register early will also contribute towards the insight report, which will be published prior to the virtual meeting and will be the focus of the discussion.


The Team

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James Harris

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Joe Scothern

Club Director
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Philippa Brown

Research Director
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Georgina Hayes

Research Director
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Matt Hearne

Executive Director

Elle Brasier

Operations Manager

If you have a question about attendance, please contact me:


Joe Scothern

Club Director, Change Makers Club


Tel: +44 (0) 20 3322 6788

Email: js@changemakersclub.com

Address: 18-20 Huntsworth Mews, Marylebone NW1 6DD