This year we have scheduled more time for networking with longer
breaks throughout the day. However, for those of you who cannot
get enough of interesting speakers, there are activities to attend
while you are having your coffee or lunch.
Entertainment & Media 2020
Room: Oscarsalongen, Time: During
Hear from three representatives from the music, film and
media/book industry discuss creative collaboration, new
distribution models and the future way of consuming media.
The Entertainment & Media 2020 track will be moderated by Joakim Jardenberg.
from anywhere to everywhere
Wahlforss, Co-founder and CTO of SoundCloud will talk
about the future of media distribution.
the book and the reader 2020
Fyrenius, soon to become Strategy and Development
Director at KF Media, will talk about trends and
observations affecting the future of the book industry.
|13:20||The future of
the movie industry
Alvarsson, Founder of Headweb, will explore some
intresting trends and share his vision of the future movie industry.
Business Model Innovation
Room: Oscarsalongen, Time: During
While most of the attention is being directed to technology
innovation and product/service innovation, the real revolution is
in business model innovation. So for companies to stay
competitive in the future the question is how to challenge (or
destroy) their industry's traditional business models.
Terrence Brown in an open discussion about business
model innovation and discover new opportunities for your business.
Room: Ovala rummet, Time: During all breaks
What will the legal implications be for your ideas in the future?
Find out from our strategic partners, law firm Wistrand. They will
answer anything from how to protect your idea to how to best
structure your deal with a customer. Many have already signed up
for a slot, but we will make sure a couple of slots will still be
available. Please just go to the Wistrand exhibition area on the
Ground Floor to sign up for your one-on-one ten minute
meeting with Wistrand during the breaks. Time is limited, so
spots are reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Room: Royals Festvåning, Time:
During all breaks
This year, we opened up for our Good Morning participants to sign
up to speak as part of our unconference track.
The unconference track will be moderated by Karina Töndevold.
Morning coffee break
start-ups can teach big companies
Jacobsson, Co-founder and CFO of Klarna, will talk about
the advantages of being a start-up, the importance of
culture and how innovation can be sending one piece of paper
instead of two.
|12:45||When culture matters
Pearson, will talk about differences in the start-up
environments between US, Germany and Sweden.
of your own competence, be a free Agent
Karlsson, Founder of recruitment firm Talentia, believes
that the majority of highly competent people will become
free agents in the future, as they request more challenges
and the opportunity to decide how to spend their
professional time. Hear his advice on how to get started if
you want to become your own employer.
|13:15||Entrepreneurship is dead
Josefsson, founder of Entreprenörsjakten and
chairman of Young Entrepreneurs of Sweden, will talk about
the buzzword of the 21st century and explore what will
happen when everyone is an entrepreneur.
|13:30||Rules for persuasion
Zhukov will talk about how the latest technology
provides tools to influence people, change their beliefs and
Afternoon coffee break
| 15:10 ||Design
thinking in a service and experience economy
Gullbrandson, founder and CEO of The Story Lab, will
talk about what advantages storytelling and elements from
game design can add to the concept of design thinking.
|15:20||If you don't
give back, no one will like you
Marttila, online strategist, will talk about
contributing, the core element of building personal brand
and great business on the social web.