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We are pleased to present four new speakers on this year’s programme

Time is flying and there is now less than two months left until we open the doors to another great Smart Industry Forum Summit. As promised, industry experts will give inspirational speaks on their experience with digital transformation and new business models.

Dr. Josef Waltl leads the global partner ecosystem for Industrial Software in Amazon Web Services. Prior to AWS he worked at Siemens with software strategy & M&A for PLM, Smart Grid and Mobility. He holds a Ph.D. and an MBA from the Technical University Munich as well as an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Salzburg.
His keynote will be on the future of industrial software.

Lone Fønss Schrøder is an International CEO (Maersk and WL), Board Executive (IKEA, Fortune 500, Volvo, Aker, Nustay etc.), Audit Committee chair and former Senior Advisor at Credit Suisse. She is also co-founder of several digital technologies.
Her keynote will be on the impact that supply chain design has on the business model.

Thomas Andersson is Vice President at Volvo Car Group within Care by Volvo – Mobility Solutions.
His keynote will be on the launch of the new concept of cars by subscription, the strategy behind and how the key to future business model design lies within insights in customer demand.

Jan Ackalin is Vice President of Digital Innovation at Alfa Laval. Jan will speak at and participate in the Challenge Session where he will share his experience with business model design that creates sustainable value to customers and keep ensuring a profitable organisation.

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1 thought on “We are pleased to present four new speakers on this year’s programme”

  1. I would like the address the human capital implications of Industry 4.0 enabling tech such as IIoT.

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