Watch: The channel in 2020

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Those who attended last year's European Channel in 2020 event reflect on the themes driving the industry

Six months on from the hugely successful CRN ON: The European Channel in 2020, CRN looks back at the key themes that emerged with commentary from a few of its participants. 

These leading lights answered questions around Innovation, Disruption and Collaboration.

Next year's event and research report, sponsored by Agilitas. will see CRN look at Globalisation, Relevance and Transformation. Stay tuned for more details!

 

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