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March 22nd, 2018 : The Royal Geographical Society, London

Moya Greene

CEO, Royal Mail Group

Time: 11:40 - 12:40

In Conversation: "Digital Inclusion"

Moya Greene was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Royal Mail Group in July 2010. She is a member of the Royal Mail Group Board of directors and also chairs the Chief Executive Committee, responsible for the management of the business and the development of the strategy. Moya is a trustee at the Tate since November 2016. She also joined the easyJet plc Board as a non-executive director in July 2017.

Prior to joining Royal Mail, Moya was President and Chief Executive Officer of Canada Post where she led a successful transformation programme. She also sat on the Board of Directors of Purolator Courier Ltd, a subsidiary of Canada Post; Tim Horton's Inc; and Great West Life.

Moya was a senior officer at three of Canada's largest multinational companies, TD Securities Inc. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Bombardier Inc. She also has a strong public sector background, developed over a 17-year period when she assumed progressively senior roles in seven different Ministries of the Canadian federal public service. Moya was ranked one of the most powerful EMEA female CEOs in Fortune 2015 and has received numerous business accolades, including The Sunday Times Business Person of the Year Award.

Session Overview

In Conversation: Creating An Inclusive Digital Revolution

Amanda Mackenzie, Chief Executive, at Business In The Community will chair a panel discussion, which will focus on how we can create an inclusive digital world.

Digital transformation is providing a significant opportunity to drive growth and prosperity for the betterment of both business and citizens. It also offers the chance to reduce poverty and inequalities, improve livelihoods and enable us to better manage growth on a finite planet.

However, this digital transformation also presents challenges to society. Some forecasts suggest that as many as ten million jobs (35 per cent of today’s UK workforce) could be lost due to automation by 2035 alone. And the negative impacts of reduced face-to-face interactions and hyper-connectivity are only just starting to be understood.

Amanda will be joined by senior business leaders to discuss the role of responsible businesses in this digital era. They will discuss how we can work together to benefit fully from the opportunities provided by digital transformation.