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Event | 14 February 2023 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm CET

In this current economic climate, many Industrial companies are innovating to be recession-proof and be prepared for further headwinds ahead caused by geopolitical shocks. Companies are continuously scoping out growth opportunities by maximizing current or acquiring new digital solutions and assets to augment the effectivity of their business strategies and remain competitive. The path to digital transformation has enabled companies to reduce costs, generate revenue, create frameworks to deliver efficiency, and optimize the use of data in key decision-making. The digital transformation movement continues to play a vital role however, deciphering what this all means, unlocking its pragmatic value and rewards, and identifying early on its potential risks and impact to a business is an ongoing challenge.

Our upcoming “Deciphering Digital Transformation for Industrials” seminar provides an opportunity to hear directly from Baker McKenzie’s digital transformation specialists and Industrial leaders on their experience implementing digital change and insights on what risks to avoid for a successful transition.

If you will be in Frankfurt and would like to attend in-person:


To join us virtually via Zoom:



Florian Tannen is a partner in the Munich office of Baker McKenzie with more than 10 years of experience. He advises on all areas of contentious and non-contentious information technology law, including internet, computer/software and in particular data privacy law. Before joining the Firm, Florian worked for two major law firms and a large US-based technology company.


Claire Dietz-Polte is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Public Law and Projects practice and co-head of the German energy and infrastructure practice. Claire leads the GER-AUT Energy, Mining & Infrastructure Industry Group and is EMEA Sustainability Lead of the Industrials, Manufacturing & Transportation Industry Group. Claire started her career in 2011 in the Energy M&A team of a leading international law firm and worked in the M&A / Energy & Infrastructure practice group of another international law firm from 2013 to 2016.


Raffaele Giarda is the global head of Baker McKenzie's Technology Media & Telecoms Industry Group and co-heads the IPTech and Corporate/M&A practices in the Firm's Italy offices. He has contributed articles to law journals, and often moderates and speaks at Italian and international conferences and seminars on tech legal and regulatory issues. Mr. Giarda is a lecturer at the University of Rome as well as at the Italian National School for Public Administration. He joined the Firm in 1989 and became partner in 1999.


Andrea Mezzetti focuses his professional activity in the Information Technology & Communications area, advising domestic and international clients on issues pertaining to information technology and electronic communications, with particular reference to the regulatory aspects of new technologies and the drafting and negotiation of sector specific agreements.

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