Location:London, Runway East Shoreditch
Business models disrupting market norms and our lives
Estonia and Great Britain are among the digital elites of the world, characterised by high levels of digital development and a fast rate of digital evolution, according to the Digital Evolution Index 2017.
We are running a second event in our series and this time we will focus on business models that are changing our lives daily basis and affect how we do business.
Convenience is running our lives and business, and there’s growing need for simplification. We can no longer go back to flip phone or travelling without GPS, or workout without a fitness tracker. We rely on technology more than ever to make our lives easier.
What are the business models that are disrupting market norms? How do ideas spring out of development and into the mainstream? Who do call on to help you succeed? Where does digital fit into the strategy? How do you raise capital?
Join us to hear from entrepreneurs and investors who are innovating in sectors such as cybersecurity, e-government, FinTech, logistics and transportation.
We will have experts from UK and Estonian companies showcasing their approach and sharing their perspective on how new and evolving business models are creating shared value for the business community and wider stakeholders.
We will open up the debate to a moderated panel discussion and take questions from the audience, which will comprise entrepreneurs, investors, partners and government departments invested in building trade links between GB and Estonia and the wider Baltic region.
James Oates, Chairman of the British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce; CEO of Cicero Capital
Michael Saxton, BECC UK Ambassador, Partner at Altology, Coach at Tehnopol
18:00 Drinks and registration
18:30 Opening remarks by Estonian Ambassador
to the UK, Tiina Intelmann
18:45 Panel discussion