XCION 9th WORKSHOP MOVENPICK, BALI - Technologies Shaping ASEAN Digital Economy, 2022
21 - 23rd of September 2022 at the Movenpick Jimbaran Resort of Bali, Indonesia.
CSCIS Supporting Member - 9th XCION BALI WORKSHOP
For the 9th year in a decade, Indonesia CIO Network (ICION) with CSCIS.ORG as the main supporting organization will host “9th XCION BALI WORKSHOP“. The 1,5 Days Physical Workshop will be held from 21st to 23rd of September 2022 at the Movenpick Jimbaran Resort of Bali, Indonesia.
This planned XCION 9th Bali Workshop is a follow-up to the successful virtual conference that is executed on April 6th and 7th 2022.
The Theme for the physical workshop is Technologies Shaping ASEAN Digital Economy, 2022 which is the same theme we used for the Virtual show in April. As borders re-open and travel start, the enterprises in SEA are adjusting back to the post pandemic phrases and again IT technologies lead the way to ensure that enterprises remind agile, know their business environment better and ensure that their key credentials and customer data remains safe.
An exciting lead up of up to 20 top notch speakers and innovators are invited to speak during the workshop either in the track rooms or as panelists in the end of day panel sessions. Notable mention in the panel sessions include Dr Marcelindo Pandin, Telkom and also award-winning speaker and innovator Arivuvel Ramu. In the other panel session we got Pak Setiaji whom is well known in the world of digital transformation.
About ICION :
ICION is a community-based group that originates from Indonesia about one decade ago. ICION’s vision is to provide a platform for local CIOs and now extend to CXOs to interact and share about the local Indonesia CXOs world. A bigger ambition is to provide education, training, and coaching for the Next Generation of coming CXOs for Indonesia.
ICION is a community group that has over the last three years grown to about 2500 plus members. To ensure that the quality of activities is of a high standard, membership is for now closed except for selective invites. We are revamping how we can recruit and retain the members that we want.
ICION has in the last three years broaden its reach into the wider SEA market with the establishment of a similar logos community in both Singapore and Malaysia. We are also looking at setting up the community next in Thailand. The founding members club has since then been expanded to include three new founders.
View more at www.xcion.org