Discover the latest strategic solutions, best practices and innovations and connect with peers and industry experts within the Benelux, Nordics & Baltics region.
Midsize companies are the engine for innovation and growth. Pursuing your business to adapt to changing market needs is key. Continuing to develop working methods which offers your organization the resilience to overcome industry challenges, sharing knowledge and best practices is essential within the professional playing field.
SAP’s Midmarket summit offers you a wide range of possibilities and ideas coming from different industries and organizations within the Benelux, Nordics & Baltics region.
Come and explore this virtual 360-degree experience venue with different expert booths, Live keynote speakers and customer reference videos. Discover the latest innovations in real time. Connect with industry and technology experts, partners, and business leaders. Listen how companies like yours have turned their challenges into a sustainable success.
And of course, come and visit our great Flexso booth to explore our services, hear our customers talking and ask us any question which might pop up. 😊
Inspiring keynote speakers!
Get inspired by a number of inspirational keynote speakers like Alain Georgy (Head of Midmarket Sales - SAP), Alan Newman (Columnist and expert on Human-centric transformation and CX) or Nadia M. Vincent (CEO of Digital Transformation Leaders and TOP 30 Woman in AI) to name just a few.
Join the discussion and find answers on relevant business topics like:
- How can learnings from 2020/2021 prepare us for the future?
- How to react, innovate & transform-with sustainability-in a fluid business environment?
- How to reimagine the business model and improve learnings and talent development as the world evolves?
- How to advance diversity and inclusivity in business to empower the next generation for long-term growth and success?
Have a look at the full agenda here.
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