OpiFlex Ceo Johan Frisk is invited by Swedens Minister of Enterprise and Innovation Mikael Damberg as a panellist at OECD High-level ministerial conference. Together with reputable people, he will be speaking in the main program at an OECD High-level Conference in Stockholm 17-18 November 2016.
The Conference in Stockholm wants to bring together policy makers, industry representatives, leading researchers and analysts. The discussions at the Conference will lead to a definitive OECD publication on future production, which will be released in the beginning of 2017. Link to OECD meeting
Johan will appear in the Panel “Diffusing new technologies and supporting SMEs-What can Governments do?” along with:
- Mr Phil Shapira, professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States, and Manchester University, United Kingdom
- Mr William b. Bonvillian, Director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Washington, D.C. Office, United States
- Ms Minnie Alladin, Director of Business Development, Siemens, Sweden
- Mr Johan Frisk, CEO, Opiflex, Sweden
It will also be poured four parallel seccsioner per day, link is here
#smartindustryOECD is the hashtag for the Conference
Thursday 17 November
- I. Foresight and Public Attitudes in relation to the Next Production Revolution
- II. Biotechnology and Bio-production
- III. New Materials and Nanotechnologies
- IV. Future Production and 3D Printing
Friday 18 November
- I. Skills, Job-Creation and Labor market-New approaches?
- II. Circular flows, Sustainability and Environment
- III. Linking Business, Research and Higher Education to the Next Production Revolution
- IV. Digitalization and Robotization
The full agenda of the major programme is available here
The goal of the Conference is to bring together policy makers, industry representatives, leading researchers and analysts. The Conference will examine the industrial and political consequences of any changes in production over the next 10-15 years. The consultations will build on the conclusions of a two-year OECD project on the next production revolution. The discussions at the Conference will inform the final OECD publication on future production to be released in the beginning of 2017.