EBS 35 seminar
EBS 35 tähistamise raames korraldame spetsiaalse aastapäevaseminari ühiskonnas olulistel teemadel: "Building The New: How Data, Information and Urban Design Shape our Community, Growth and Responsibility?" Seminar on inglise keeles.
"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new." - Socrates
In a world increasingly influenced by the profound interplay of data, information, and urban design, Estonian Business School has embarked on a transformative journey. As we gather on the occasion of the institution’s anniversary, we reflect on how these elements coalesce to shape our community's future, foster sustainable growth, and uphold our collective inclusive responsibility to build the new.
The seminar is free of charge but requires registration.
- 13:00 Gathering, Networking, Snacks & Coffee
- 13:50 - 14:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks by Prof Meelis Kitsing
- 14:00 - 15:15 I Panel Discussion
Data and Information - How to Achieve Breakthrough Growth?
Kadri Tuisk, alumna, Founder/ CEO @SageOS & @Clanbeat, young female entrepreneur of the year 2021
Lauri Antalainen, Digiwise CEO, Senior Process Engineer
Special guest – Bengt Holmström, Nobel Prize-winning Economist!
Moderator Andreas Veispak
- 15:15 Coffee Break
- 15:30 - 16:45 II Panel Discussion
Urban Design and Development – What is the Role of Community and Participation in Economic Growth?
Dr Anne Stenros, thought leader of strategic foresight, ex-Chief Design Officer - City of Helsinki, and Design Director at KONE Corporation
Pepe Aaviksoo – alumni, Starship Technologies
Birgit Linnamäe – polyglot and entrepreneur, strategy consultant, modular housing advocate, PhD researcher at EBS
Kristi Grišakov – urban planner and researcher, Head of Policy and Analysis at the Spatial Planning Department of Estonian Ministry of Regional Affairs and Agriculture
Moderator Ave Habakuk – City of Tallinn, Head of Process Development at the Urban Environment and Public Works Department; Member of Supervisory Board at EBS
- 16:45 Closing Remarks