THE SUMMIT WHERE X−SECTOR BUSINESS GETS DONE
ConvergX® is the first and only annual global summit that creates investment and growth opportunities across the Military, Energy, Mining, Aerospace, Defence & Security sectors.
These industries innovate and ConvergX® gives you access to the leaders making it happen. Produced by WaVv, whose focus is in transferring and adapting readily deployable solutions between industries.
2019 Summary Report
WHERE SENIOR EXECUTIVES AND DECISION MAKERS CONNECT ACROSS INDUSTRY LINES
LEVERAGE PROVEN TECHNOLOGY FROM OTHER INDUSTRIES
Common X-Sector Problems
Water & Waste Management
Exposure to Geopolitical Events
Logistics & Contingency Planning
X-ING SECTORS TO FIND SOLUTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES
In every industry, companies and leaders are so focused on accomplishing what they need to do on a daily or quarterly basis, they don’t have time to look elsewhere. Industry conferences often fail to spark progress as folks circulate with people and tech they already know, or worse, with tight lips amongst a sea of competitors. ConvergX® is like a warn introduction across industries. Chatham House Rule encourages open and frank discussion with X-sector peers who come ready to do business.
CONVERT CONNECTIONS INTO COMMERCE
Participants often come with big, urgent challenges – or brilliant offerings – to spark new business opportunities. In some ways, X-industry collaboration or sales are easier without fear of competition. In many ways, they are more difficult to navigate because each industry has its own pace, annual cycles and business norms. ConvergX® is there to bridge the gaps – ensuring the genesis of a great connection doesn’t die in translation between industries
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF SYNERGIES
For Example: Even the big-hitting issue of transportation of products (energy (ie: fuel), products, supplies, etc) to market may have cross-industry opportunities for solutions. After all, logistics and creative contingency planning are a cornerstone of defence operations where failure to deliver is not an option. When an industry hits a downturn, diversifying into new industries and markets is needed more than ever.