Conference programs will be led by six women from the tech industry
With a comprehensive conference program with 49 posts, competent and competent conferences will have to present speakers like Anders Samuelsen, Lars Tvede and Hanspeter Fässler. We have now found the six conferences, and they are all successful women based on the tech industry.
When the R-18 will be held for the first time on September 11th – 13th in the Odense Congress Center, it will be held with a strong conference program with national and international companies and keynote speakers. All speakers on the two scenes will be presented by one of the six conference delegates.
The six conferences are Christina Wanscher, RoboCluster’s Network Manager, Mette Beck-Nielsen, Director of Technology Denmark, Puk Falkenberg, Adviser for Bloch & Østergaard, Lisbeth Chawes, Tech Leader, Speaker & Entrepreneur, Maria Windt Jul, Knowledge Center Manager for Automation and Robot Technology and Sabina Kethelz , Director of CIP Consulting Group.
Sabina Kethelz is behind the conference program for R-18, and she has also helped select the conference.
“It’s some of the sharpest conference people we’ve brought on the stage for R-18. I’ve been looking for who it would make sense to have as hosts on the different scenes. And thus who has the best understanding for the speakers that come. Hopefully, as conference participants, we can also challenge the speakers a bit, says Sabina Kethelz.
Three days with three themes
R-18 begins Tuesday, September 11th with the theme of ‘Export Summit’ focusing on how the new automation and digitization technologies can give end-users a greater competitive advantage and greater sales in the international markets.
Here are Maria Windt Christmas and Sabina Kethelz, who include to offer Swiss Hanspeter Fässler from Anybotics and award-winning German robot company Franka Emika and a number of tech experts on stage. Both conference people have a lot of experience from their daily lives, including reviewing production companies and looking at options for implementing new technology for the benefit of the manufacturing companies.
Wednesday, September 12th, the conference roles are with Christina Wanscher and Lisbeth Chawes when the theme ‘Scaleup Summit’ starts at. 9:00. And with the flair of scaling tech companies and knowledge about how to create a stronger robot cluster through strategic collaborations at local level, both conferences are the right prerequisites for presenting Wednesday’s program.
Lisbeth Chawes wants to present Henrik Anker, CEO of Gibotech and their case of growth through strategic work, followed by Christina Boutrup. She will talk about how we can benefit from the Chinese development of the robot industry and the new government base “Made in China 2025” in Denmark.
Thursday, September 13, is the theme of ‘Strategic HR & Recruitment’, which focuses on how companies ensure future competencies for the changing labor market – both nationally and internationally. Consequently, the conference makers Mette Beck Nielsen and Puk Falkenberg are the best to facilitate the presentations because they have experience with human resources, attracting and retaining technological development skills in the technology industry.
“The professional skills have been at the forefront of the casting of the academic program, and the themes are chosen based on what makes sense to illuminate in the robot and tech world. This is done to ensure the professional level, create coherence and maximum benefit, “concludes Sabina Kethelz.