nexer summit, 26th april
HOW CAN TECH ENABLE SUSTAINABILITY AND A PROMISING FUTURE?
On the 26th of April, we deep dive into digitalisation as key enabler for sustainability, which is one of the most important factors in business, society, and our personal lives. Our prominent speakers will cover the complexity of sustainability and the power of today’s digital solutions. We will look into the future of retail and how cities and municipalities can use tech to create a more sustainable society. We will end the day with a panel talk discussing tech, retail and sustainability.
Take the opportunity to gain insights on how an integrated approach to digitalisation and sustainability can give a competitive edge.
See all details and agenda below.
When: 26th April, 08:30 – 13:00
Where: Quality hotel The View, Hyllie Malmö
08:30–08:45 Welcome and introduction
08:45–09:15 Rebecka Carlsson, Sustainability entrepreneur
09:15–09:45 Martin Güll, Change maker for a sustainable future
10:15–10:45 Linda Pimmeshofer, Sustainable retail advisor
10:45–11:30 Panel talk
The event is free, but we charge a no-show fee of 395 SEK
Registration is closed
Rebecka Carlsson is a sustainability entrepreneur and author. She has co-founded a handful of sustainable companies and worked as a political advisor to Sweden’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Climate and the Environment. She’s a partner with ARC – Arise Consulting, and author of Exponential Climate Solutions and Sustainable Business Canvas.
Martin Güll is founder of Collage Communication and has more than 25 years of experience of driving change and innovation in large organisations. In his work as a change maker in the cross section between the public and private sector, he supports start-ups as well as municipals in transformation projects. Currently he is involved in the mission Climate neutral Lund 2030.
Linda Pimmeshofer is a sustainable retail advisor and passionate about the opportunities that emerge at the intersection between retail and tech. She works with the biggest retailers and consumer goods companies from different countries all over Europe, including Farfetch and H&M, as well as start-ups and partners, to build new customer experiences and services.