Events that Drive Competitive Edge
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With over 80 years of combined experience, Momentum proudly develops events that attract the best and brightest minds who come together to share their knowledge and connect with the individuals that matter most. We are here to ensure your career always stays in motion, gaining the energy it needs to tackle any challenge and capitalize on every opportunity.
“Momentum curates cutting edge topics and invites senior level brand and retail execs to share ideas and learning in an intimate sitting. Real conversation happens and powerpoint is at a minimum.”
CMO, Method Products.
SVP Media & Guest Engagement, Target
Director, Lauder Institute, and Dr. Felix Zandman Professor of International Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
EVP US Consumer Cards, American Express
Head of Compliance Policy, Communications & Regulatory Affairs, Allianz SE
The Oil & Gas Compliance Virtual Summit
Momentum Events is proud to offer the Oil & Gas Compliance Virtual Forum to be held October 21 and 22. The event has been specifically engineered to address the impacts of the economic turmoil and pandemic crisis, the convergence of global regulations and most pressing compliance challenges specifically facing the oil and gas community today and into the future.
The TID Advanced Forum on CFIUS and Foreign Investment
The current global political climate has ignited greater scrutiny of investments by foreign entities in the United States and in turn has inspired the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) to tighten and clarify regulations on investment practices. Predominantly aimed at “TID” industries, Technology, Infrastructure and Data, these most recently published proposed regulations have been authorized by the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA) and will increase scrutiny of foreign investment aimed at economic sectors perceived to be particularly important for US security.
DLaw Disruptive Innovations in Legal Services
No industry is immune to the impacts of Digital Transformation. Legal has probably been the slowest at adopting technology and transforming the way they do business, but that is now changing. In-house counsel are now looking at how they can automate processes to help other departments as well as to better save money; while law firms are trying to add additional services and become proficient in technologies to become more effective and efficient to be able to win the business of in-house counsel. Legal professionals also have the unique challenge of embracing innovation without sacrificing the data security and privacy of their clients. DLaw will provide a meaningful exploration of digital technology for the legal services professionals from specific emerging tools to new business models to creative client acquisition and retention strategies. Attendees will leave prepared to lead transformation that will lay the foundation for a more efficient and profitable future.