Program / Agenda 2019

TCE2020 (Spring Edition) Tallinn, Estonia
2020-05-05
08:45 - 09:30
Registration (badge & lanyard pickup) and networking
09:30 - 10:15
The Near Future Of Mobility

The world of personal mobility, long dominated by private cars is changing fast and with stark urban environmental effects and decreasing municipal funds, cities worldwide are struggling to enable transport options that meet the needs of the planet as well as their people.

In response, disruptive mobility technologies such as micromobility and autonomous vehicles are coming to the forefront. They’re providing alternatives to private cars that are cheaper and better for the environment – and in many cases, they are faster and equally convenient too.

These new transit modes are being stitched together by digital infrastructure that’s just as important as the bits of metal we ride in. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) apps and connective platforms are starting to enable connected mobility options: new ways to get from A to B that are on-demand, real-time and end-to-end.

Many new solutions aim to contribute to saving the planet’s resources. Transport is, after all, responsible for 25 per cent of some continents’ emissions. There is an opportunity to reframe our way of thinking about mobility and foster a strong circular economy that will also benefit the environment and people.

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Clément Delbouys
Sales Manager for EasyMile Northern Europe
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Gerard Martret
Co-Founder & CCO at Shotl
10:15 - 11:00
FashionTech – Shaping The Future Of The Fashion Industry

Opportunities in the digital transformation, innovation and disruptive technologies of the fashion industry.

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Stefania Barbaglio
Founder and Director at Cassiopeia Services
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Karim Coppola
Founder and Creative Director at VISORE LAB
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Sukhi Jutla
COO & Co-founder at MarketOrders
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Jovita Gabnienė
Dispute Resolution & Entertainment Attorney
11:00 - 11:30
Morning Networking Break
11:30 - 11:50
Age Of Privacy And CyberSecurity
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Magith Noohukhan
Customer Engagement Evangelist at Braze
11:50 - 12:30
Edtech In The Baltics (Erasmus+, E-Learning)
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Märt Aro
Märt Aro Co-Founder at DreamApply and European EdTech Alliance
12:30 - 13:00
Fireside Chat
13:00 - 14:00
Complimentary Networking Lunch Break
14:00 - 14:20
Keynote Presentation – Kostandina Zafirovska (General Manager of IT Labs)
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Kostandina Zafirovska
General Manager of IT Labs
14:20 - 14:50
Keynote Presentation with Marek Kopanicky (Consultant at Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency)
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Marek Kopanicky
Consultant at Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency
14:50 - 15:30
Baltic and Nordic Fintech Industry – The Most Innovative Region Within The European Union
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Erja Retzén
Senior Managing Director, Global Listing Services at Nasdaq
15:30 - 16:00
The Current State Of The “Ai In The Nordic-Baltic Region” Policy

Ministers from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania Norway, Sweden, and the Åland Islands issued a declaration of collaboration on AI in May 2018, “AI in the Nordic-Baltic region“. The policy objective of the initiative is to “Develop and promote the use of artificial intelligence to serve humans better.” The countries aim to collaborate on skill development, data access, standards and principles, ensuring the role of AI in the European Digital Single Market, avoiding unnecessary regulation, and utilizing the Nordic Council of Ministers to facilitate collaboration.

15:35 - 16:20
Welcome To The Crypto Paradise – Why The Baltic States Are At The Forefront Of The Blockchain Industry In The EU

The Baltic states have become a hotbed for blockchain technology with the region being named “a crypto paradise” for its high concentration of Bitcoin full nodes, strong initial coin offering (ICO) activity, and the fervent support from local governments.

This year already, Lithuanian ICOs have raised US$249 million, placing the country third in the world for funds raised, while Estonian capital Tallinn stands as one of the top ten cities in the world.

On the topic of blockchain technology, all three Baltic states struck an accord to support blockchain adoption notably in capital market innovations, and are also individually encouraging the development of blockchain their own way.

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Ricky Booker
Founder & CEO at Tradestreet
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Alexander Belov
Co-Founder at Coinstelegram
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Slava Jefremov
CPO at Cointraffic
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Stefania Barbaglio
Founder and Director at Cassiopeia Services
16:20 - 16:50
Afternoon Networking Break
16:30 - 17:00
MedTech Europe MasterClass

MedTech Europe’s mission is to make innovative medical technology available to more people, while helping healthcare systems move towards a sustainable path. MedTech Europe encourages policies that help the medical technology industry meet Europe’s growing healthcare needs and expectations. It also promotes medical technology’s value for Europe focusing on innovation and stakeholder relations, using economic research and data, communications, industry events and training sessions.

MedTech Europe started as an alliance in October 2012 formed by two organisations – EDMA, representing the European in vitro diagnostic industry; and Eucomed, representing the European medical devices industry.

17:00 - 18:00
Baltic Tech (BTech) and Nordic Tech (NTech) Awards Ceremony 2020

The aim of the awards ceremony is to celebrate and recognize the tech ecosystems based in the Baltic and Nordic regions.

The main categories include Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Fintech.

20:30 - 00:00
Evening Social Gathering – Sponsored by HIPTHER.agency

Location to be revealed to attending delegates.

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