So data can make the company resilient for the future
The global pandemic and the war in Ukraine have thrown Sweden and the whole world off balance. The consequences for both business and society are enormous.
– The future is difficult to predict, but there are still steps you should take to build resilience in the face of future disruptions. The right data is an important part, says Peter Verduin, regional manager for the Nordics and Baltics at Dun & Bradstreet, who on November 8 invites you to this year’s event, “Power of Data”.
In the past three years, the world has been shaken from the ground up and almost no company has escaped disruption. Many companies are also facing major challenges, which will require difficult decisions.
– A large part of all decision-making processes is having the right data. It can help you identify which steps you should take to build resilience for tomorrow, says Peter Verduin.
Smart data-driven decisions
Dun & Bradstreet has been helping businesses grow and succeed using data, analytics and data-driven solutions for nearly 200 years. Their data, statistics and AI-powered platforms empower customers to make smarter decisions, which in turn creates competitive advantage.
– By having the right data and using it in the right way, you can future-proof your company and ensure that the result is not affected too dramatically. You can make sure you have the tools you need to get through these uncertain times, says Peter Verduin.
Among other things, it is about creating resilient and sustainable supply chains. With the support of data, you can identify problem areas and also find alternative solutions before it is too late.
The right data can also help you build a robust sales pipeline and a resilient finance business. It can make it possible to identify new markets and new opportunities, while making it easier to understand business results and make smart data-driven decisions based on changing market conditions.
The world’s leading experts on site
Dun & Bradstreet has identified four main forces and trends that are particularly important to focus on in today’s climate: macroeconomics and geopolitics, sustainability and ESG, data protection and digital marketing, and data and AI ethics.
These trends are also key topics during the “Power of Data” event at the Space Arena in Stockholm on November 8. Some of the world’s leading experts come here to share their insights and best practices. They will also provide recommendations for what you can do today to build business resilience for 2030 and beyond.
The event is free of charge and if you cannot attend the Space Arena there is an option to register for an online version.
The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with Dun & Bradstreet and not an article by Dagens industri