Maxis Business’ Spark series aims to inspire businesses to embrace change in unique environment

  • Spark  features a  series of interactive virtual forums to help businesses accelerate digital transformation and embrace IR4.0
  • First of the series kickstarts 11 August, featuring industry leaders sharing insights and stories on embracing forced disruption
  • Maxis committed to bringing together the best of technologies to help people, businesses and the nation to Always Be Ahead in changing world

Maxis will be launching its inaugural Spark event with a series of interactive virtual forums. The series will feature business leaders across different industries discussing hot topics relevant to today’s environment, with a goal to help businesses find new ways to accelerate digital transformation and embrace the IR4.0 era.

The first interactive virtual forum, entitled ‘Embracing Forced Disruption’, will kick off on Tuesday, 11 August, featuring industry leaders – Azran Osman-Rani, Founding CEO of Naluri; Yusri Yusuf, Senior Director of Corporate Strategy & Risk Management at Proton; and Maxis’ very own Natalia Navin, Chief Human Resource Officer. They will share stories and insights on how businesses have embraced change, renewed capabilities for business resiliency, and how they can be primed for future growth. Participants will also be able to join an interactive Q&A session and share their own thoughts with the panelists through polls during the live forum.

“Businesses across almost every industry have been disrupted, not just by the global pandemic, but digitalisation itself. Our Spark series, which is a byproduct of our very successful Maxis Business Spark Summit last year, aims to inspire businesses to embrace change in a unique environment and to always be ahead in a changing world. We believe participants will be able to relate very much to some of the stories from our panelists, as most of us across the business landscape would have gone through similar experiences,” said Paul McManus, Maxis’ Chief Enterprise Business Officer.

To learn more and register now for Maxis Business’ Spark series , visit www.maxis.com.my/spark

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