Emergn and Kantor Consulting Group

present an executive roundtable forum:

The Digital Transition.

Managing the change to a modern-day digital organization.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

8.30am – 12.30pm

The Economist
750 Third Avenue – Fifth Floor
(between 46th and 47th)
New York


You are invited to join us for our executive roundtable forum featuring Jora Gill, Chief Digital Officer for The Economist.

Jora’s discussion on The Digital Transition will focus on sharing insights and lessons learned in transitioning The Economist from a pre-digital age to a modern, digital enterprise. We’re all facing the complexities of meeting customer demand for an increasingly digital landscape. The Economist is read weekly by many around the globe and has had to rethink how they compete with a growing array of digital information sources.

Our invitation-only executive forums are attended by IT and business leaders and are designed to bring peers together to network, share ideas and insights, and to collaborate around topics that are important and relevant to them right now.

Please make the effort to join us since your input and experience will be valuable for the group. I’d also ask you to consider inviting other senior executives in your network in the NY metro area who might be interested in joining us.

Due to the high demand, registrants will be placed on a waiting list if the round table is over-subscribed at the time of their registration.

To register for a place at this executive roundtable forum, please complete the form below:

Jora Gill


Since Jora joined the Group in 2014, he has overseen the Group’s infrastructure change to the Cloud and led a transformation of its products and services. This includes a new economist.com which will launch this year, and also a fundamental overhaul of its customer service systems to enhance subscriber satisfaction, retention and profitability. He was previously Chief Technology Officer at Elsevier and also at Standard & Poors.


Jora is recognized as one of the Top 100 Global Digital Change Agents (click here for details).