An exclusive event hosted by Marlabs
June 12, 2019, 2:00-4:00pm EDT
An afternoon of high tea, deep insight, and broad conversation, Profit or Perish will feature a keynote from a leading Fintech groundbreaker, as well as a fireside chat with innovators who have turned digital disruption into profit and advantage for their organizations. The event will also celebrate the brand launch of Divergence, our new digital innovation labs.
Whether in person or virtually, you’ll have the opportunity to:
Our distinguished keynote speaker is Hank Uberoi, who served as Non-Executive Director and Senior Advisor to the CEO and Board at Earthport, overseeing its emergence from a startup to its position as the world's largest independent global payment network, now in 88 countries. Earthport was recently acquired by Visa. Today, Hank leads a fund that finds global investment opportunities in emerging Fintech companies at the cutting edge of digital disruption. Hank is a former chief operating officer at Citadel Investment Group, and a former partner and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs’ technology division.
The Fireside Chat
How organizations can de-risk digital disruption and find divergent pathways to profit and advantage
Dr. Arthur M. Langer
In addition to serving on Marlabs’ board of directors, Dr. Langer is also the professor of professional practice in the faculty of professional studies, academic director of the programs in technology management, and the director of the center for technology management at Columbia University.
Steven King is an associate professor of multimedia journalism and emerging technologies at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. At UNC he is also the executive director of Kenan-Flagler Next, an initiative to invent the future of higher education. He is also the chief innovation officer of Reese News Lab, which includes his groundbreaking research in applied uses of emerging technologies. Previously, he was an award-winning journalist and the editor of innovations and director of video for The Washington Post.
An innovator, educator and former senior executive recognized for creating and launching profitable programs, Faith Taylor is a professor of marketing and management who teaches corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability and innovation, and marketing at the Feliciano Business School of Montclair State University. She is also the co-founder of QuinKei, a sustainability consultancy. Previously she was at Wyndham Worldwide, serving as senior vice president and chief CSR officer.
Lou Pillai is a technologist, innovation leader and a life sciences executive who focuses on digital transformation for life sciences and healthcare. He is currently the head of Data, Digital and Innovation at Immunomedics, Inc., a pharmaceutical company focusing on the development of antibody-drug conjugates for the treatment of cancer. He is currently focused on creating and delivering data and digital products that complement and enable breakthrough therapies for hard to treat cancers. As an entrepreneur he advised, built and grew new digital medicine businesses. Previously he held senior exec roles at Merck and Pfizer with Digital Health Ventures.
Debra Anderson is an entrepreneur, innovator and educator recognized for data-driven and research-based innovations in the areas of virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality, cross-platform technologies, WebXR, data visualization and data sonification. She is the co-founder and chief strategy officer of Datavized Technologies, and also serves as an adjunct professor at The New School, teaching courses at the Parsons School of Design on big data, consumer research, and WebXR.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
2:00–4:00 PM EDT
Divergence Collaboration Center
1 Corporate Pl S, Suite 120
New Jersey 08854