Only four months has passed from the launch of NBForum 2017 and with less than 100 tickets left, we’re close to selling out the event.
The 2017 Nordic Business Forum will host 7,000 business executives and entrepreneurs at the Helsinki Expo & Convention Center in October 2017. This will be the biggest audience the conference has ever gathered under the same roof.
Since the launch of the event in October 2016, the ticket sales have rocketed. Already 6,100 tickets were sold in one day and now four months later, we are down to the last 100 tickets.
The First Class tickets including meet&greets with some of the speakers were sold out immediately, but there are still a few regular and VIP tickets up for grabs. In addition, any individual or group can purchase the live stream to watch the show online remotely.
In 2017, the conference will focus on the themes of responsible and purposeful business and leadership.
Hans-Peter Siefen, CEO of Nordic Business Forum:”We are very happy with the amazing line up which we have for 2017. Many people remember when we brought Al Gore to Jyväskylä in 2011. The main theme that year was responsibility and now it is time to bring that topic back as the main theme on our agenda. Our mission is to build leaders who change the world.”
The speakers at Nordic Business Forum 2017 will be:
- Adam Grant, Author and Wharton professor
- George Clooney, Academy awarded actor and filmmaker, Activist
- James Hansen, Former head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University
- Nick Vujicic, Founder and President of Life Without Limbs, international speaker, and author
- Patrick Lencioni, Management author, President of the Table Group
- Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General of World Meteorological Organization
- Rachel Botsman, Author, Visiting academic at the University of Oxford
- Sir Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Group
- Severn Cullis-Suzuki, Environmental activist, TV host
- Stéphane Garelli, Professor at IMD, Founder of the IMD World Competitiveness Center