Seth Godin, Ryan Holiday and Ritu G. Mehrish will be speaking at the fourth Nordic Business Forum conference in Stockholm on 21 September 2020.
Nordic Business Forum is thrilled to announce the speakers of 2020 Stockholm event. As we are entering a new decade, the conference will challenge leaders to rethink business. The event brings on stage business experts that have pioneered in their fields. Seth Godin, a world-renowned marketing and leadership author, has changed the way people think about marketing and work. Ryan Holiday, growth-hacking expert, whose groundbreaking views on marketing has helped startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. Ritu G. Mehrish, founder of Un:Block and author of ‘Leader’s Block’, is a woman on a mission to humanize leadership as according to her leaders don’t have to be superheroes. There will be still one more speaker to be added in the lineup, so stay tuned!
Seth Godin and Ryan Holiday have both been to our events before and were highly rated by the audience. Seth Godin presented at NBForum 2016 in Helsinki and at our first event in Stockholm, while Ryan Holiday held a one-day intensive training course at our Bootcamp for Business Growth. Holiday was supposed to join the 2019 Stockholm event, but he had to cancel his participation due to his new baby’s due date overlapping with the event day.
The 2019 Stockholm event organized May 7th gathered 1,350 C-level executives and business owners, which was the biggest Nordic Business Forum Sweden so far. The 2020 event is expected to gather from 1,500 to 2,000 attendees.
Aslak de Silva, CEO of Nordic Business Forum: “With our sold-out event in 2019, we are looking for growth in 2020. We are continuing to invest heavily in world-class speakers to provide the best possible value for our customers. Even if our live stream viewership is growing rapidly, we also see the trend of more and more people wanting to experience high-quality production live in the audience.”
The super early bird prices are available only until 8.00 pm CEST on May 7th. So get them while you still can!
Get your tickets here: www.nbforum.com/sweden2020.