Innovation Leaders Club is organizing a joint event in cooperation with SEB's growth program on the topic "Future economic trends - How to strategically manage the development of new services, business models and processes?" During the event, SEB will provide an overview of digital revolution directions and economic trends. In addition, companies introduce the digital development on the example of financial sector, give insights of innovation projects and share practical examples and cooperation opportunities.
Wharton Business School Executive MBA-s will take part of the event for the learning perspective, about the broader transformation of the economy, the developments of digital culture and the backgrounds of e-government in Estonia. The aim is to analyse how the nation became leaders in virtual citizenship and social services; how this differs from the United States; and the synergies that this creates for local business. Secondly, cross-sectoral cooperation and various initiatives of how the country has supported entrepreneurship; technological innovation and startup culture. And thirdly, some case studies of globally significant Estonian enterprises will be analyzed as well as solutions provided to various challenges. Furthermore this will be a great opportunity for Estonian companies to network and connect with stakeholders in US in order to analyse the opportunities and create possible collaboration to expand there.
09.45-10.00 registration, snacks
10.00-10.05 Opening remarks
10.05-10.20 "How to lead the digital revolution on the example of SEB" (Edward Rebane, Head of SEB Digital Banking)
10.20-10.35 "Economic trends and future directions" (Peeter Koppel, SEB private banking strategist)
10.35-10.45 „Business opportunities and innovation in US“ Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
10.45-11.00 "Helmes 'experience story: How to create innovative financial solutions in Old Europe" (Maarja Kaasik, Helmes' business development manager)
11.00-11.15 Overview of projects and directions of cooperation (Priit Pint, Manager of Public Relations in AstroBaltics)
11.15-11.30 Overview of projects and directions of cooperation (Priit Ivanov, Hansab Innovation Manager)
11.30-11.45 „MyDello story: Will logistics become fully automated?“ Magnus Lepasalu, MyDello Development Manager.
11.45 -12.15 Networking (topics – primary industry, infrastructure, healthcare, consumer goods, defence, business services)
The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Business School was founded in 1881 as the first business school in the United States to be consistently recognized as one of the best business schools in the world. It is known for its innovative teaching methods and wide range of academic programs and resources, and offers pride to the world's largest and most frequent faculty.
Helmes' mission is to create business-critical software solutions for international companies. Their target customers are international companies with headquarters in European countries. Important vertical areas are finance and insurance, logistics, healthcare, the public sector and telecommunications. In addition to corporations, customers also include medium-sized growth companies. The company's value proposition is the innovation of independently operating e-services, with the increasing application of machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms. Integration skills with all common software and cloud platforms are important.
Astro Baltics is an Estonian company with high IT competence and 23 years of experience, whose goal is to offer more sophisticated and smart IT solutions on the market. It is one of the leading developers of filling station solutions in Estonia, making solutions for payments, control equipment and hardware. Their vision is to improve the work processes of companies of all sizes and contribute to the growth of the company through various IT solutions. Starting from a start-up company that uses the Astro Baltics cash register system and develops comfortably into an industrial company. Astro Baltics' mission is to provide unique, customer-centric and flexible business software and self-service solutions that enable customers to achieve maximum business efficiency.
Hansab's goal is to offer customers high-quality and reliable complete solutions in the form of security, payment and automatic systems. Their clients are companies in the banking, trade, transport and public sectors. We offer solutions and products that make work easier and safer. Their main strengths are providing comprehensive solutions that include consulting, software development, integration, hardware sales, project management and after-sales services. The Hansab Group includes 7 companies in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland: Hansab Group OÜ, Hansab AS, Hansab SIA, Hansab UAB, Hansab OY, Ellore OÜ and Hansab IT Solutions OÜ. In Estonia we are represented in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Jõhvi, Kuressaare and Kärdla. Hansab is an official partner for more than a hundred suppliers around the world, offering products from the world's leading manufacturers such as NCR, Glory Global Solutions, Gunnebo, Qmatic, Ingenico, Samsung, Sony, Bosch, etc. To ensure quality, the company has implemented ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 20000 and ISO 27001 quality management systems, which are integral parts of the company's management system.
MyDello is a digital transport intermediation platform that will be operational from May 2021. MyDello offers instant pricing, shipment booking and tracking. Services include air transport, rail transport, maritime transport, road transport, courier services, global customs brokerage and insurance. MyDello offers services to companies and individuals in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The name of the company is an abbreviation of the name My Delivery Logistics.
❗️The event is only for members of Innovation Leaders Club and SEB Growth Program❗️
Innovation Leaders Club x SEB Growth program: Future Economic Trends – How to strategically manage the development of new services, business models and processes?