Hamburg Copenhagen Business Forum 2018

Hamburg Copenhagen Business Forum 2018

Two strong partners - one competitive smart region

Tag med Dansk-Tysk Handelskammer til Hamborg. - få indblik i Femern regionens nøglesektorer samt en eksklusiv rundvisning i den moderne og digitale hansestad Hamborg.

Sæt kryds i kalenderen når vi den 28 februar åbner dørene for det tredje Hamburg Copenhagen Business Forum, som i år bliver afholdt i Handelskammeret i centrum af Hamborg.

Dette års konference byder på en god mulighed for at lære om nøglesektorerne og møde virksomhederne af regionen. Vi forventer mere end 250 virksomhedsrepræsentanter fra Tyskland og Danmark.

Forummet rummer nogle interessante oplægsholdere fra forskellige sektorer, som vil komme ind på erhvervspotentialet mellem de to metropolregioner af Hamborg og København. Mindre parallelsessioner indenfor moderne energi, digitalt sundhedsvæsen, fremtidens mobilitet, ejendomshandel, turisme og innovation vil fokusere på regionens sektorer.

Den efterfølgende dag vil vi, eksklusivt for danske virksomheder, organisere nogle virksomhedsbesøg der sætter fokus på den moderne og digitale hansestad Hamborg.

Tilmelding

Vi har lukket for registreringen. Ønsker du at deltage, skal du kontakte Handelskammer Hamborg her.

Program

 

Tirsdag den 27. februar - ankomst


ca. 20.00

Velkomst og networking på hotellet i Hamborg

 

Onsdag den 28. februar - Hamburg Copenhagen Business Forum


Sted:
Sprog:

Handelskammer Hamburg, Adolphsplatz 1, 20457 Hamborg
Engelsk



9.30 

Registration

10.00

Welcome Address
Tobias Bergmann, President, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce

10.05

Setting the Scene: the Vision for a Joint Region / Nordic Valley
Jens Peter Saul
Chairman, German-Danish Chamber of Commerce
Group CEO, Rambøll

10.25

Mayors Meet Business - Debating the Vision for a Joint Region
Olaf Scholz, First Mayor, Hamburg
Frank Jensen, Lord Mayor, Copenhagen
Karsten Dybvad, CEO, Confederation of Danish Industries
Robert Lorenz-Meyer, Commissioner for International Affairs, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce
Moderator: Reiner Perau, CEO, German-Danish Chamber of Commerce

11.15

Keynote Address
Casper Klynge, Tech Ambassador of Denmark, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

11.45

Investment Promotion in a Changing World - Examples from Copenhagen and Hamburg
Claus Lønborg, CEO, Copenhagen Capacity
Dr. Rolf Strittmatter, Managing Director, Hamburg Invest

12.00

Lunch Buffet & Networking

13.15

Breakout Sessions

Modern Energy ↓

Modern Integration of Renewables and Sector Coupling

Northern Germany and Denmark are both frontrunners in the development of still more efficient, integrated and green energy systems. Strong measures are taken to integrate still more renewable energy sources into the energy system. The sector coupling is already at an advanced state optimizing synergies between energy systems such as electricity, heat and gas.

In this session, senior managers and experts will share their experience and discuss the future plans for the integration of renewables and sector coupling in both regions.

Panel:

  • Prof. Dr. Werner Beba, Project Coordinator NEW 4.0, Hamburg School of Applied Sciences
  • Volker Malmen, Country Manager, Ørsted
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Ritterbach, Business Development Director, Ramboll Energy
  • Tobias Langer, CEO, Logstor Germany

Moderator: Tobias Knahl, Head of Industry, Energy, Environment, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce

 

 

Digital Health Care ↓

Hamburg has established itself as Northern Germany’s leading healthcare metropolis. On the other hand Denmark with view to digital health care and telemedicine is far ahead of Germany. For Danish digital start-ups and high-growth companies Hamburg is an attractive investment location. The cooperation potential between Northern Germany and Denmark is great as is already shown by innovative projects such as Interreg Deutschland-Denmark project DEMANTEC. This session will highlight innovative digital healthcare approaches from the two regions, discuss opportunities and challenges and show cooperation potential.

Keynote Addresses:

Situation and perspectives regarding digitalization in healthcare in Denmark
Hans Erik Henriksen, CEO, Healthcare Denmark

Situation and perspectives regarding digitalization in healthcare in Hamburg
Paul Elsholz, CEO, Gesundheitswirtschaft Hamburg GmbH

Interreg-Projekt Demantec as an example for German-Danish cooperation and innovation
Christian Graversen, CEO, WelfareTech


Panel Discussion:

  • Christian Graversen, CEO, WelfareTech
  • Henrik L. Ibsen, CEO, OpenTelehealth
  • Henrik Moessinger, Manager, Philips Health Innovation Port, Germany
  • Mo Siddiqui, Managing Partner, Aactio GmbH, Germany

Moderator: Maren Puttfarcken, Director, TK Landesvertretung Hamburg, Germany

Real Estate I ↓

Digital transformation in the real estate industry

While digital transformation has sufficiently changed almost every type of business, the real estate industry used to be traditionally slow to move with the times. However, it is now catching up pace developing digital business models based on the data that buildings provide. This session showcases the latest developments in the real estate industry from Hamburg and Copenhagen.

Panel:

  • Sascha Donner, COO, EVANA AG
  • Torben Juul, CEO, Zeso Architects
  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Moring, Leader of the degree program, University of Applied Sciences of Europe
  • Janni Nordstrøm Concradsen, Head of Digitalisation, City of Copenhagen (TBC)

Moderator: Norman Meyer, Head of Digital Services, Drees & Sommer, Germany

14.30

Coffee Break

15.00

Breakout Sessions

Urban mobility ↓

Urban Mobility and its Way Into the Digital Age

Copenhagen and Hamburg are among the most livable cities in the world which makes them attractive for innovative and highly skilled people – a prerequisite for sustainable growth and prosperity. Key to livability is infrastructure. Therefore urban mobility and its way into the digital age plays a predominant role in both cities. Topics such as intelligent transport systems, e-mobility, autonomous driverless systems, smart public transport and sharing and pooling solutions are the focus of governmental and private initiatives. This session will present the latest mobility concepts and best practices from both cities.

Panel:

  • Gordian Braun, Head of Growth and Business Acceleration, CleverShuttle GHT Mobility GmbH
  • Steffen Rasmussen, Head of Traffic and Urban Life Department, City of Copenhagen
  • Nils Jänig, Director, Rambøll Transport Germany
  • Nikolaj Kyhn, Head of Business Development, Nobina Danmark, Denmark
  • Sascha Westermann, ITS PMO of the City of Hamburg, Hamburger Hochbahn AG

Moderator: Michael Svane, DI Transport og Infrastruktur, Dansk Industry, Denmark 

Innovation 4.0 ↓

How does Corporate Innovation look like in the future?

Innovation is on top of the agenda of most large companies today. However, only a few have successfully developed a practice-oriented innovation strategy of their own. One way of doing that is the concept of open innovation. It is based on the understanding that the best ideas might be found outside the organisation and in co-development with external partners such as start-ups. For start-ups open innovation is beneficial as well as an industry-oriented environment allows them to jointly grow with other new enterprises, to harness synergies and to receive support in establishing professional business structures. Both Hamburg and Copenhagen offer innovation ecosystems that are worth looking at. This session will focus on open innovation frontrunners and best practices from both cities.

Panel:

  • Andreas Golob, Head of Internet of Things PT-MT/IoT, Bosch Power Tools
  • Andreas Flach, Chief Product Officer at Maersk Digital, Maersk Transport & Logistics
  • Pascal Franke, Global Startup Lead / Corporate Entrepreneur, Danske Bank
  • Henrik Moessinger, Manager Philips Startup program, Philips GmbH

Moderator: Jennifer Schäfer, Co-Founder, DailyDress

 

 

Real Estate II ↓

Sustainable urban growth

Key cities enjoy continuous growth in population as well as touristic demand which impacts their urban development. The heritage of those cities is often based on the nativeness and the uniqueness of selective districts that grew over years shaped by local history and population. Sustainable urban development of cities, such as Copenhagen and Hamburg, depends on the diversity and authenticity of the inner city growth avoiding gentrification and a stereotypical townscape, whilst combining this with innovative infrastructures for multiple sectors.

Panel:

  • Prof. Jürgen Bruns-Berentelg, CEO, Hafen City Hamburg GmbH
  • Lene Feltmann Espersen, CEO, Danish Association of Architectural Firms
  • Thomas Sichelkow, Urban Transitions Senior Project Manager, EIT ClimateKIC
  • Dr. Rolf Strittmatter, Managing Director, Hamburg Invest

Moderator: Gesa Rohwedder, Head of Hospitality, Drees & Sommer

16.15

"Hygge versus Moin" - Understanding Danish and Northern Germany´s Business Culture
Reiner Perau, CEO, German-Danish Chamber of Commerce, Denmark

16.30

Networking Reception (Börsensaal)

18.00

End of Conference

 

19.00

Besøg af Holsten Brauwelt
I deres craft bryggeri inviterer Holsten til en unik oplevelse omkring øllet som kvalitetsprodukt. Vi afslutter aftenen med ølsmagning og forklaring ved Ralf Gebhardt, brygmester hos Holsen-Brauerei.

www.holsten-brauwelt.de 

NB: kun for den danske delegation

 

Torsdag den 1. marts - Virksomhedsbesøg


9.00

Virtual Reality Experience through the ”Speicherstadt”
Approach the historic warehouse district and Hamburg´s only UNESCO world heritage site from a completely new perspective. A variety of digital channels allow you to experience the establishment and history of Hamburg´s old town. Take a stroll through the historic sceneries, listen to old stories and learn about the transition of this unique city district.

www.speicherstadt-digital.de 

11.15

Virksomhedsbesøg: Elbphilharmonie - Architectural Tour
A guided tour of the Elbphilharmonie building takes you through the old Kaispeicher warehouse, the Plaza, the foyer areas and the heart of the Elbphilharmonie, the Grand Hall. In addition to exciting stories about the beginnings of the Elbphilharmonie and details about the architecture of the new Hamburg landmark, we also provide information on the operation of the concert hall and its music programming.

www.elbphilharmonie.de 

12.45

Frokost i Restaurant Störtebecker (Elbphilharmonie)

https://www.stoertebeker-eph.com
 

15.30

Virksomhedsbesøg: Lufthansa Technik
Lufthansa Technik's headquarter is based in Hamburg. Almost 7,000 employees work on the premises which are spread out over more than 750,000 square meters in the western part of the airport Hamburg Fuhlsbuettel. Even though guided tours are no longer offered to the public our delegation will get the chance to experience the different business units of Lufthansa Technik.

www.lufthansa-technik.com/en 

17.30

Transfer to Hamburg airport


Der tages forbehold for ændringer i programmet.

Pris

Deltagelse i Hamburg Copenhagen Business Forum 2018 den 28. februar er gratis for danske virksomheder.

Deltagelse i dagsprogram i Hamborg den 1. marts 2018:

  • 990 kr. ekskl. moms for medlemmer
  • 1.490 kr. ekskl. moms for ikke-medlemmer

Prisen inkluderer deltagelse i Hamburg Copenhagen Business Forum den 28. februar og transport til de forskellige programpunkter den 1. marts. Udgifter til hotel, fly og transport fra lufthavnen til hotellet er ikke inkluderet i deltagergebyret.

Hotel

Vi har en hotelaftale for nogle værelser på hotel Scandic Emporio i Hamborg.

Pris pr. nat i enkeltværelse (Standard) inkl. morgenmad: 134,00 €

NB: Aftalen er desværre udløbet. Det er dog stadig muligt at kontakte hotellet direkte for at høre om der stadig er ledige værelser til den aftalte pris.

Ring til +49 40 4321 870 og brug bookingkode: BDEU270218 

 

Har du brug for andre informationer, så kontakt os gerne.

Transport

Vi anbefaler ankomst tirsdag den 27. februar inden kl. 20.00.

Programmet er tilrettelagt med henblik på afrejse til København den 1. marts fx med fly kl. 19.20 eller toget kl. 17:28 fra hovedbanegården. Færgen fra Puttgarden til Rødby kører hver halve time (se køreplan her).

Kontakt:


Momme Nommensen

Event Management
T +45 33 41 10 34
mn(at)handelskammer.dk

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