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This year, Innovation Centre Denmark’s (ICDK) annual conference identifies the latest international trends in data-driven innovation. It highlights the opportunities for Danish startups and SME’s within fintech, digital health, and smart manufacturing to innovate, scale, and internationalise their businesses utilising big data.

Big data and data-driven innovation is spurring disruption, reinventing business models, and fostering new opportunities across the globe. Danish startups, SME’s, and research institutions are leading the world’s digital revolution. Still, it is vital for Denmark to remain a pioneer of innovation and digitalisation by continuously exploring international opportunities.

With international keynote speakers from digital hot-spots around the world, the conference will gather business leaders, researchers, and entrepreneurs. It will be an inspiring and hands-on journey to unleash the potential for innovating, scaling, and internationalising your business with data.

The conference will feature talks by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Anders Samuelsen and the Minister for Higher Education and Science, Søren Pind.

It will also facilitate panel discussions and three specialised tracks regarding fintech, digital health, and smart manufacturing as well as ample networking opportunities. Upon registration, you will be asked which track you would like to participate in.

To register for the conference, please follow the link on the right.

PROGRAM
  • 08.30-09.00
    Registration & breakfast
  • 09.00-10.30

    Plenary session – ‘Data-Driven Transformation and Business Models’

    Opening - Tine Roed, Deputy Director General, Confederation of Danish Industry & Moderator Christiane Vejlø

    Feature - Søren Pind, Minister for Higher Education and Science

    Keynote – Daniel Yoo, Executive Vice President, Samsung SDS

    Keynote - André Rogaczewski, CEO, Netcompany IT and Business Consulting, and Chairman of DI Digital

  • 10.30-10.45

    Break

  • 10.45-12.15

    Plenary session – ‘Transformative Technologies’

    Keynote - Niklaus Waser, VP, Head of IBM Watson IoT Global EcoSystem and Head of IBM Watson IoT Center Munich

    Keynote - Elin Rønby Pedersen, Research Scientist, Google Brain Team

    Keynote - Guga Stocco, Investor and digital transformation expert

    Feature - Martin Exner, President, Coding Pirates

  • 12.15-13.00

    Lunch

  • 13.00-13.10
    Feature - Anders Samuelsen, Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • 13.10-14.40
    Specialised Track-sessions

    Track 1: Fintech
    Track 2: Digital health 
    Track 3: Smart Manufacturing

  • 14.40-15.00

    Break

  • 15.00-16.20

    Plenary session – ‘The Way Ahead – How To Approach a Data-driven Future’

    Pitching competition

    Keynote – Hans Eibe Sørensen, Copenhagen Business School

    Plenary debate

  • 16.20-16.30

    Close of conference

  • 16.30-17.30

    Networking and drinks


The conference is organised by: Innovation Centre Denmark, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Ministry of Higher Education and Science, and DI's Digitaliseringsindsats

Partners: MADE, WelfareTech, and COPENHAGEN FINTECH

Date
June 14th, 2017

Venue
Confederation of Danish Industry, Copenhagen

Moderator
Christiane Vejlø

The participation is free of charge. Please note that in case of no-show we will charge a no-show fee of DKK 500.

Follow the link to register for the event.

Do you have practical questions?
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Administrativ koordinator
Tlf: +45 3377 3855
Mobil: +45 4128 5561
E-mail: spsdi.dk
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Chefkonsulent
Tlf: +45 3377 3973
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Contact in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Ea Elisabeth Bauchy

Head of Section 
Phone: + 45 7231 8251 
E-mail: eeb@ufm.dk



PUBLICERET: 02-05-2017 OPDATERET: 29-05-2017