More Sustainable Solutions from Digital Technologies
Huge business possibilities in deploying digital technologies to create more sustainable solutions.
The need for new sustainable solutions is continuously unlocking new business opportunities. These are driven by the price fall of key technologies such as batteries, renewables, computer capacity and connectivity. But also by the ongoing digitalization, automatization and transition towards services.
We see solutions such as the reuse of heat in data centres in order to reduce the usage of additional energy supply, electrification of vehicles in order to reduce emissions of fossil fuels and more efficient logistics-solutions by route planning through sharing information.
But the business possibilities are much greater and in this seminar tools and perspectives of how to capture these will be presented.
Head start of 2019 through our breakfast seminar together with Dennis Pamlin and Staffan Movin.
Dennis Pamlin is an entrepreneur, strategic advisor and founder of the 21st Century Frontiers. Dennis is also a senior associate to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, visiting fellow at the Research Centre of Journalism and Social Development at the Renmin University, advisor for the Centre for Sustainable Development at the Confederation of Indian Industries. In Sweden he currently works with both RISE and Cybercom.
Speaker: Dennis Pamlin, Entrepreneur, advisor and transformative explorer
Facilitator: Staffan Movin, Program Director KTH Executive School
Date: Tuesday 15 January 2019 – 07.30-08.45 am.
Venue: KTH Main Campus, Room F3 – Lindstedtsvägen 26, Stockholm
Language: The lecture is given in English.
The seminar is fully booked but please register your interest below and we will get back to you in case we can reserve a seat for you.Register
Dennis PamlinEntrepreneur, advisor and transformative explorer
Staffan MovinProgram Director
The seminar is fully booked but please register your interest below and we will get back to you in case we can reserve a seat for you. Please note that in case of cancellation after 11 January 2019, a late cancellation fee of 300 SEK will be charged.