The next day's moderator, Andrew Kramer, warned those in the audience that they will, he guaranteed, have a bad quarter that they'll have to account for at some point.
The IRO then must seemingly have a crisis communications plan at the ready, prepared to convey bad news and uncertainty while also generating investment interest. The conference made it clear that the IRO position - part finance, part PR and communications - is a tough job that's rewarding when things are going well and downright depressing when it's not. Best to have a strategy, a message, and the ability to execute no matter what gets tossed at you.
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