Keynote speaker on global trends, author of 16 Futurist books - Patrick Dixon.

 

Future of Banking: Online Banking Competitors - ARCHIVE 1997

Banks, Banking, Financial Services Keynote Speaker

Future of Banking: "Banks as we know them will soon cease to exist. Banks should recognise that the move by supermarkets into banking is a trojan horse. National Westminster has already recognised the dangers, and tore up the five year financial services agreement it arranged last summer with Tesco." Source: David Llewellyn, Professor of Money and Banking, Loughborough University.

A look back at non-banks competing with traditional banks online.

Archive material 1997 - historical interest. This whole site has had 25 million requests in 12 months. Use search option to get more.

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Video-streaming - Archive

Media, Films, Music, TV, Radio, Print - Keynotes

CNNfn.com is now offering live, on demand web video to complement CNN financial news' broadcasts using Web Theatre 2 technology from Vxtreme Inc. Currently, streaming video and audio from two companies is available: Digital Jam and Business Unusual. By the end of the second quarter, the network's entire line-up will be broadcast on the web.Archive material 1997 - historical interest.

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Future of Banking: Online Threat to Banks - ARCHIVE 1997

Banks, Banking, Financial Services Keynote Speaker

Future of Banking: From September 1994 to July 1996 the number of banks on the Internet grew from 20 to 1,178. By May 1997 the number was over 2000, growing at around 350 - 400 every quarter. A large survey of European banks found that 56% of those with web sites were planning to provide full on-line net banking by the end of 1997. As a result, there is a shortage of skilled web programmers in Europe, especially those able to integrate financial legacy systems with the new technology.

Archive material for historical interest from 1997.

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FUTUREWISE - Guide to surviving the future

Manufacturing, Logistics, Supply Chain Keynotes

Managing logistics through a downturn.

Many executives responsible for logistics are feeling battered and bruised right now. Hit by one event after another, there’s little time to regroup or reflect, and the top of a corporation can be a lonely place. Profit warnings, share price pressures, mergers, reorganisations, relocations, disposals, painful layoffs and great geopolitical uncertainties can sweep away even the most comprehensive logistics strategies – and that’s despite outstanding management over many years.

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