KUCHING: Maxis Business’ Spark Engage series is back with the next Spark Engage Forum, featuring in-depth panel sessions and a keynote address.
The virtual event on Mar 25 will be anchored by the theme ‘Innovate to Accelerate’ and it aims to inspire businesses through insights and real-life experiences of business leaders across different industries.
The panel of industry experts will feature Bryan Loo, chief executive officer of Loob Holdings; Pierre Pang, group executive director of Mamee-Double Decker; Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir, Group CEO of AmBank Group; Shairan Huzani Husain, managing director of Shell Malaysia Trading; Paul McManus, chief enterprise business officer at Maxis; and Tai Kam Leong, Maxis head of brand and marketing.
The main focus and central discussion will look into the critical need to innovate in today’s competitive landscape. The event will examine the role of technology and the deliverables needed to drive transformation for better efficiency and effectiveness.
The keynote address will be delivered by Kaihan Krippendorff, a successful entrepreneur, consultant, and CEO of Outthinker. The keynote speaker who is active in helping organisations and individuals thrive in the disruptive digital era will be share actionable business insights at the Spark Engage forum.
His forum entitled ‘Unlocking an Innovative Mindset in Business Leadership’ aims to help participants incorporate a relevant and practical approach in their digital transformation.
“We are thrilled to be organising our Spark Engage series for the third year running with continued success as a result of the tremendous response,” said McManus.
“Through our continuous engagement with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and enterprises, we have identified areas where they can benefit from the strong support from fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders to be future-ready.
“We truly believe that innovation is pivotal for businesses to always be ahead in a changing world. We look forward to seeing inspiring businesses achieve resiliency in this accelerating digital economy,” he added.
To learn more about the Spark Engage forum and to register, visit www.maxis.com.my/spark