Program 2019

This program may be subject to further changes before the conference

9.00-10.00

Registration & Breakfast

10.00-10.10

Welcome and Setting the Scene

Caroline Søeborg Ahlefeldt, Facilitator and Tine Arentsen Willumsen, CEO of Above & Beyond Group

10.10-10.45

"The Nordic and Baltic Diversity Mindset 2.0" - Panel with the Nordic Council of Ministers

Moderated by Claer Barrett, Personal Finance Editor of the Financial Times

Including: Eva Kjer Hansen, Danish Minister for Equal Opportunities

10.45-11.00

Honorary Womenomics Award for Gender Equality

Details to be announced

11.00-11.40

Diversity & Inclusion "Deep Dive" (company case studies)

11.40-12.05

Unconscious Bias and its Effects on Gender Diversity

Sara Kappelmark, Partner at McKinsey & Co., Sweden

12.05-12.25

Transformational Leadership: Key Competencies to Lead Change

Álvaro González Alorda, Co-founder and Managing Partner of emergap and member of the FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance global educator network

12.25-13.30

Lunch & Networking

13.30-14.45

“Engineering the Future - Embracing Technology to Improve our World”

Including “Sheboard” case study from Anna Rydén, Social Innovation Lead at Samsung and Nora Lindström, Global Lead for Digital Development at Plan International.

14.45-15.00

Coffee Break & Networking

15.00-15.20

Consumer Consumption and the Women Behind the Numbers

Cecilie Westh, Managing Director Nordics at Nielsen

15.20-15.40

How to Create Stereotype-Free Advertising

15.40-16.00

Augmented Retailing and How to Create Interactive Digital Experiences

Jonathan Chippendale, CEO and Founder of Holition

16.00-17.00

Womenomics Award Ceremony 2019

3 award recipients to be announced

17.00-18.00

End of the Conference & Networking Cocktail Reception in Tivoli

Partners 2019

Financial Times ie Business School
BMW