If you still have not registered for Nordic-Baltic Dynamics 2017, then do it now!
There are a dozen reasons to come to Nordic-Baltic Dynamics innovation conference on October 26th-27th in Stocholm! The most important are the opportunity to hear a list of expert speakers and relevant topics, to make your input matter in hands-on workshops and interactive discussions, and to be a part of a unique crowd of like-minded people with an appetite for novelty built in their DNA.
Mr Victor Galaz (Sweden), Deputy Science Director at Stockholm Resilience Centre, talking about the role of technology in large-scale changes of Earth systems and building resilience.
Ms Reet Aus (Estonia), Founding Partner at Upmade, discussing how to change the mindset in a traditional industry and how technology helps turn production more sustainable.
Mr Magnus Lundin (Sweden), CEO at Swedish Incubators & Science Parks, showcasing how science and technology parks can help accelerate innovation in large corporations.
Ms Lauma Muižniece (Latvia), Leading Expert at Investment and Development Agency of Latvia, sharing best practices of technology research making its way into our daily lives.
Mr Edgaras Leichteris (Lithuania), CEO at Lithuanian Robotics Association, helping define new services, partnerships, maybe even business models to improve the financial sustainability of science and technology parks.
And, Mr Jan Annerstedt (Denmark), Professor Emeritus at Copenhagen Business School, arguing about what value science and technology parks bring to their innovation ecosystem stakeholders today and in the future.
There’s more waiting for you in Stockholm – be there and let yourself be impressed!
Find more information and register at www.nordicbalticdynamics.eu
Dates: 26-27 October 2017
Location and venue: The Brewery Conference Center, Stockholm