Annual Summit 2017 on Consolidation and Growth
19. March 2017
This year's Annual Summit takes place at Losby Gods on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 April. The topic is Consolidation for Sustainable Growth, which is what most of the industry is going through now.
Following the 2015 Annual Summit called “Come Hell or High Water” and last year’s “Restructuring & Survival”, we this year look at the urgent consolidation taking place in the maritime industry. We bring you leading speakers from Oslo, Ulsteinvik, Gothenburg, London and Hamburg to discuss topics like geopolitics, macroeconomy, energy, culture and leadership, digitalisation, consolidation, as well as how to actually buy a second-hand vessel these days.
Our confirmed speakers are:
Ingar Skaug, former Group CEO of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA, Chairman of Center for Creative Leadership (NC, USA), Chairman of Nordic Trust AS, Board Member of Maritime Battery Forum, author of “Levende lederskap” (Aschehoug, 2015)
Senior Research Fellow, Norwegian Institute of Foreign Affairs
Chief Economist, Handelsbanken Capital Markets, Oslo
Per Olaf Brett
, Ulstein International AS, Ulsteinvik
Tore Ulstein, Chairman and Co-Owner Ulstein Group ASA, and President NHO
Klaus Stoltenberg, Chairman of Global Shipping, Deutsche Bank AG, Hamburg
, CEO, Stena Bulk AB, Gothenburg
, Chairman, DIGITALNORWAY, formerly CEO of Kongsberg Group
, Head of Corporate Development, Lorentzen & Stemoco AS
, Managing Partner, Affinity Research LLP, London
Matthew Guest, Head of Deloitte’s Digital Strategy Practice in EMEA, London
Check out the programme attached under RELATED FILES (right) and the speaker bios, then sign up for the Summit using the link RELATED LINKS (right, top), or by simply sending an email to email@example.com
Welcome to join our discussions at lovely Losby Gods!
TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cancellations between Tuesday 18 April and Monday 24 April will be invoiced 50%, whereas no-shows and cancellations later than Monday 24 April will be invoiced 100%.
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