Agenda | Day One

Tuesday, October 25

08:00

09:30

11:30

12:00

13:00

14:45

15:45

17:15

19:00

20:00

REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST & NETWORKING

KEYNOTE PROGRAM | SESSION A

LUNCH & NETWORKING

SYMPOSIUMS

KEYNOTE PROGRAM | SESSION B

COFFEE, SYMPOSIUMS & NETWORKING

KEYNOTE PROGRAM | SESSION C

EXHIBIT CLOSES

PRE-AWARD DINNER MINGLE

NORDIC ECOMMERCE AWARD & PARTY

Agenda | Day Two

Wednesday, October 26

08:00

09:30

11:15

12:00

13:00

15:00

BREAKFAST & NETWORKING

KEYNOTE PROGRAM | SESSION D

LUNCH & NETWORKING

SYMPOSIUMS

KEYNOTE PROGRAM | SESSION E

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBIT CLOSES

 

Agenda | Day One

08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:30

Keynote Program | Session A

  • 09:30

    #nes16 Introduction

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    Nordic eCommerce Knowledge

    Sarah Wittbom

    CEO & Moderator

    Sarah Wittbom is the Chief NES and keynote moderator. This is Sarah's 10th Nordic eCommerce Summit and she has moderated almost 30 major conferences in the past 10 years.

    nes16 Nordic Ecommerce
  • 09:40

    The Longest Stay

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    The Longest Stay

    Sherry Roberts

    Founder & CEO

    American by birth but European in spirit, Sherry Roberts is the visionary behind The Longest Stay.

    A pioneering combination of engaging editorial, eclectic products and the ability to purchase online, The Longest Stay is the UK’s first online click and buy interiors magazine and store.

    Sherry is the very first keynote speaker to kick off the summit in the morning of October 25!

    ecommerce furnishing-online
  • 10:10

    Flaconi

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    Flaconi

    Paul Schwarzenholz

    Founder

    Paul is a big name in the German startup community. He has founded several great companies including the much successful online retailer Flaconi. Flaconi has succeeded in partnering with global fashion brands that normally wouldn't agree to sell their exclusive products online. Doing this as a startup in the German market, in an already saturated segment, is truly remarkable.

    ecommerce startup
  • 10:30

    Panel Discussion: Marketplaces

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    Komplett

    Hugo Rask-Jensen

    Director Business Support

    Hugo is working at Komplett with business development and the launch of their marketplace. Komplett Group has 800 employees and sells computer components, PCs and other consumer electronics. The company is also the largest PC producer in the Nordics with more than 35 000 custom built PCs delivered every year.

    ecommerce marketplace
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    vidaXL

    Kijo Oudshoorn

    Head of Sales

    Kijo became one of the first employees of the young start-up vidaXL and initiated the expansion into France. The company grew rapidly and ambitions were large. vidaXL wanted to sell in all major European countries and shortly after France Kijo continued the expansion by selling in one country after another. A process that is still going on to this very day. VidaXL currently sells in 29 countries through its own localized vidaXL.com websites and is growing by about 40% per year.

    ecommerce marketplace
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    CDON

    Magnus Fredin

    CEO

    After 8 years at Klarna, a company that needs no further introduction, Magnus became CEO of Babyshop and adopted the challenge of selling fashion baby clothes. Magnus is now CEO at CDON, one of Sweden's largest internet retailers with CDON marketplace. CDON is amongst the top 5 internet retailers.

    ecommerce marketplace
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    Bring

    Panel Moderator: Johan Holgersson

    SVP Marketing & Business Development, e-commerce division
    ecommerce marketplace
  • 11:00

    Media Markt

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    Media Markt

    Magnus Pettersson

    Omni Channel & E-Commerce Director

    In this stage interview we will ask Magnus to give us concrete examples of what Media Markt is doing to increase conversion both online and in their "Brick and mortar" stores. For example, Media Markt has found unobtrusive ways of approaching the customers regardless of where they're looking to make a purchase.

    ecommerce omni-channel

11:30

Lunch

12:00

Symposiums

13:00

Keynote Program | Session B

  • 13:00

    Mango

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    Mango

    Roger Graell

    Online Sales Director

    Previously Roger served as Southern Europe Marketing Director at lastminute.com from 2007-2010, European subsidiary of Travelocity.com, a worldwide leader in the online travel industry. Prior to join Travelocity, Roger worked for 6 years as senior positions at Redcats (#33, on the TOP500 e-retailers) in different positions in marketing and operations, developing the business for brands like La Redoute or EmpireStores, across various European countries.

    Roger Graell holds a diploma from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia on Mathematics and Statistics and a Management Development Program (PDD) at IESE Business school. As well, works as associate professor of e-commerce and Digital Marketing in ESIC Business School.

    Mango sells online in more than 80 countries across the globe.

    ecommerce fashion-online
  • 13:30

    mymuesli

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    mymuesli

    Max Wittrock

    Co-Founder

    Back in May of this year at the Stockholm conference, Hubertus Bessau who is one of three founders of mymuesli, talked about how they created the perfect müsli and how they positioned themselves on a saturated market. The keynote was much appreciated by the audience so we're bringing mymuesli back and this time it's Max Wittrock who is going to talk about entrepreneurship.

    Together with his friends and extraordinary teams Max has started several other ventures, including a Coffee brand (Green Cup Coffee), an orange subscription business (Oh!Saft), a tea brand (Tree of Tea) and many more. Max is also a business angel.

    ecommerce entrepreneurship
  • 13:55

    Reimagining fashion e-commerce: From startup to platform

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    Zalando

    Marc Lamik

    Head of Product Partnerships and R&D

    Marc Lamik is Zalando’s Head of Product Partnerships and R&D. He has played a lead role in introducing Zalando’s Radical Agility Method as the organization grows to become the top tech employer in Europe. Marc has recently set up two new Zalando Tech Hubs in Dublin and Helsinki. He’s a proud father and shameless early adopter of overpriced electronic wearables.

    ecommerce tech
  • 14:25

    Skincity

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    Skincity

    Mikael Kjellman

    Co-Founder

    How would one go about and change the very heart and core of the ecommerce experience? Mikael Kjellman at Skincity knows the answer to that question after he and his team did a complete change of ecommerce platform at Skincity.

    Mikael will let us in on the do's and dont's of this rather difficult task.

    ecommerce platforms

14:45

Coffee & Symposiums

15:45

Keynote Program | Session C

  • 15:50

    Panel Discussion: Logistics

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    PostNord

    Håkan Ericsson

    President and Group CEO
    ecommerce logistics
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    Bring

    Johan Holgersson

    SVP Marketing & Business Development, e-commerce division
    ecommerce logistics
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    Peter Hesslin

    Former CEO DHL Freight UK & Nordics
    ecommerce logistics
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    Klarna

    Panel Moderator: Maria Dalmalm

    Strategy & Business Solutions, Commercial Nordics
    ecommerce logistics
  • 16:15

    Min Doktor

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    Min Doktor

    Charlotta Tönsgård

    CEO

    Charlotta Tönsgård is CEO of Min Doktor ("My Physician"), Sweden's first and largest digital medical center with over 30,000 patients treated. Charlotta is a civil engineer with specialization in telecom and finance and has a background in Fingerprint Cards zimpl, RIM and TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) for which she was working in South Korea.

    Min Doktor has developed a technique to identify patients whose symptoms are suitable for digital healthcare and to offer them the opportunity to communicate with the doctor who makes a diagnosis and writes a prescription online. By making healthcare accessible to patients with simple medical conditions, Min Doktor relieves traditional primary care and frees up resources for those who really need physical medical meetings. The customers are private individuals, insurance companies and governments.

    Min Doktor was founded in 2013 by doctors who saw improvement opportunities, with digitization.

    ecommerce innovation
  • 16:35

    Afghan Institute of Learning

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    Afghan Institute of Learning

    Sakena Yacoobi

    Executive Director

    Time to get inspired! Every year we'd like to bring someone special to the keynote program. Someone with an unusual big heart, someone unusually brave or just someone with a different point of view. Sakena Yacoobi is well known for her work for the rights of children, women and education and in 2005 she was jointly nominated with 99 other women for the Nobel Peace Prize. Sakena is also known for giving great keynotes at TED.

    Inspiration Global Perspective
  • 17:05

    The Pitch—Supplier of the Year

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    The Pitch

    Supplier of the Year

    Has one of your suppliers helped you and your business in an extraordinary way? Nominate them and you might see them at The Pitch during the Summit in Malmö. At The Pitch, two suppliers pitch their own business on stage, and the audience put their votes in real time on the supplier who did the best job. Examples of suppliers at The Pitch previous years are Klarna, Nosto and Fyndiq. The winner is awarded at the Nordic eCommerce Awards.

    Cast Your Vote

17:15

Exhibit Closes

19:00

Pre-Award Dinner Mingle

20:00

Nordic Ecommerce Award & Party

  • 20:00

    Awards: "Supplier of the Year", "Achievement of the Year", "Ecommerce Profile of the Year" & "Newcomer of the Year"

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    Host of the Award Night

    Kristoffer Appelquist

    Sweden's Funniest Comedian
 

Agenda | Day Two

08:00

Breakfast

09:30

Keynote Program | Session D

  • 09:30

    Matsmart

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    Matsmart

    Ulf Skagerström

    Co-Founder

    The guys at Matsmart won the heart of the people as they were crowned winners of "Innovative Ecommerce Solution of The Year Award", live at Summit Stockholm 2016. At #nes16 in Malmö they'll give us a closer look at what's behind the success.

    ecommerce food-online
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    Matsmart

    Karl Andersson

    Co-Founder

    ecommerce food-online
  • 10:20

    Bestseller

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    Bestseller

    Søren Gundtoft Johansen

    Omnichannel Manager

    BESTSELLER is a family-owned clothing and accessories company founded in Denmark in 1975. They provide affordable fashion for women, men and children with a brand portfolio of more than 20 brands. Their products are available online, in branded chain stores, in multi-brand and department stores. At the Summit Søren whos is head of omni-channel will tell us more about the company's channel strategies.

    ecommerce omni-channel
  • 10:45

    How to launch a successful pop-up-store

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    Nordic Design Collective

    Maria Richardsson

    Founder

    Maria is the entrepreneur working in the front line, constantly trying new things. She's been evaluating the pop-up-store concept lately, trying it out with her very own online store. She's going to share the results with us and show us how shopping malls need to plan these store spaces to make them successful.

    ecommerce pop-up-store

11:15

Lunch

12:00

Symposiums

13:00

Keynote Program | Session E

  • 13:00

    The Investor Pich

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    The Investor Pitch

    By eEquity

    Get the chance to pitch your business or business idea and win 1-on-1 business mentoring with eEquity, access to professionals in their network, and a chance to get investment to be a force to be reckoned with. The two most qualified business pitches will do a final pitch on the keynote stage.

    startups
  • 13:15

    Coolshop

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    Coolshop

    Jacob Risgaard

    Co-Founder

    Jacob started working with ecommerce in 1996, way back in the early days of commerce on the internet. He's involved in many ecommerce businesses including Coolshop.com, Streetman.dk and SmartGuy and has written a book about his journey called "Min Første Million" (My First Million). At #nes16 Jacob is going to focus his speech on the creation of Coolshop.com and how they have expanded the business with the help of consumer data.

    ecommerce bigdata expansion
  • 13:55

    Netflix

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    Netflix

    Marc Randolph

    Co-Founder

    Although best known for starting Netflix, Marc’s career as an entrepreneur spans more than four decades. He’s been a founder of more than half a dozen other successful start-ups, a mentor to hundreds of early stage entrepreneurs, and an investor in numerous successful (and an even larger number of unsuccessful) tech ventures.

    Market disruption

15:00

Coffee Break & Exhibit Closes

October 25-26, 2016

Malmö Arena—Malmö, Sweden

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