The full lineup and agenda of Nordic Business Forum in Stockholm is now published.
The fourth annual Nordic Business Forum in Stockholm will be held on the 21st of September, 2020 at Stockholmsmässan. In addition to the already published speakers Seth Godin, Ritu G. Mehrish, and Ryan Holiday, we have two exciting additions to the lineup.
Randi Zuckerberg, the founder, and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, will be speaking about Future Consumers. Technology provides incredible new opportunities for our lives and our businesses. But it can also make us want to rip our hair out of our head with complication and confusion. In her insightful talk, Randi will give real-world advice on how to make tech work for you and your business: recruiting, managing employees, marketing your business, engaging customers, and much more – in a talk that feels fun, lively, and fresh.
As the VIP speaker, we will have Aswath Damodaran, Professor at the Stern School of Business. Aswath will be speaking about Disruption Dilemma, about how disruption at the company, industry, and macro levels are making us uncomfortable and why we need to revisit everything we do, from how we manage and value businesses to trusting mean reversion.
You can see the full agenda of the day here.
”The theme of the event is Rethinking Business, and the topics discussed will offer us ideas and inspiration from personal leadership development to the future of work. We are very excited about the whole lineup and having Randi and Aswath joining the event. Randi and Aswath will both bring their unique expertise into the mix. Randi has a vast experience in following consumer behavior in the new social media era. She was one of the first employees of Facebook and the person who came up with Facebook live, so she is able to give us insights on how social media has changed the world. Aswath is a widely credited professor in finance. He shares insights from his latest research. His previous speech at Nordic Business Forum in Helsinki was one of the highest-rated speeches of all time and is the most viewed video on our YouTube channel,” says Aslak de Silva, the CEO of Nordic Business Forum.
This year, we aim to gather 1,600 attendees. The attendees are mainly C-level executives, entrepreneurs, and business owners. We are very excited to take our event to the next level in Stockholm. Join us in Stockholm, get tickets at www.nbforum.com/sweden2020/.
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