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Friday, November 4 • 1:05pm - 1:45pm
Disruption: More Than Just a Buzzword. Does The Fortune 500 Have a Competitive Advantage?

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With every press release and new product announcement bearing the label “disruption,” how do we distinguish the truly innovative from the same-old? And what tips can start-ups and non-profits offer Fortune 500s and legacy organizations as they aim for innovation and industry disruption. Andrew Hopkins, Accenture Managing Director, Scott Harper, CEO of Dialexa, and Dap Aptor, Chief Digital Marketing Officer for United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, will discuss the pit-falls and advantages company size and structure can have on creating true disruption.

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Scott Harper

Co-Founder and CEO, Dialexa
Scott is a seasoned entrepreneur with a passion for ideas that can change the world. He co-founded Dialexa with Mark Haidar in October 2010 with a shared vision to create a company that could bring engineering, design, and purpose together to build world-class technology products. Fast forward six years and in June this year EY recognized Dialexa's Scott Harper (CEO) and Mark Haidar (Chairman) with the Emerging Technology Entrepreneurs of the... Read More →
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Andrew Hopkins

Managing Director, Accenture Mobility, Accenture
Andrew is an IoT enthusiast who believes passionately that IoT will help address  many of today’s most pressing social problems.  IoT offers us an opportunity to take action based on a wealth of new understanding in areas such as healthcare, the environment, safety and the prevention of avoidable disasters.   Andrew is a Managing Director in Accenture Mobility, part of Accenture Digital, and serves as the IoT lead for... Read More →


Friday November 4, 2016 1:05pm - 1:45pm
The Bomb Factory 2713 Canton St., Deep Ellum, TX 75226