Welcome to Nederman FutureDays 2020

Nederman FutureDays is a world leading event for all people involved in sustainable production, clean air and industrial air filtration.
Program and venues for upcoming events will be revealed in early 2020.

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2019 Videos and Photos

Videos

Best of

Speaker: Henrik Mitelman

Speaker: Anders Borg

Speaker: Hans Dahlén & Tomas Hagström

Speaker: Connie Hedegaard

Speaker: Henrik Mitelman

Speaker: Sven Kristensson:

Speaker: Kerstin Lindell

Speaker: Robert O'Keefe

Round table discussion

Nederman 75 years: "The Mechanic"

Nederman 75 years: "The Breath"

Nederman 75 years: "The Welder"

Nederman 75 years: "The Technician"

Photos

The 2019 speakers

The future of the global financial system

ANDERS BORG

Former Swedish Minister for Finance

The future of the global financial system

The next steps towards a more sustainable world – who must do what?

Connie Hedegaard

Politician and public intellectual, former European Commissioner for Climate Action and Danish Minister for the Environment

The next steps towards a more sustainable world – who must do what?

Over 90% of the world’s population breathe unhealthy air

Robert O´ Keefe

Vice President, Health Effects Institute (HEI) and President of HEI Energy

Over 90% of the world’s population breathe unhealthy air

WE ARE READY FOR A REVOLUTION!

Sven Kristensson

President and CEO, Nederman Holding

WE ARE READY FOR A REVOLUTION!

Global megatrends change everything

HENRIK MITELMAN

Independent freelance analyst and award winning columnist for Swedish business daily Dagens Industri

Global megatrends change everything

Sustainable Innovation – going green is not a strain

Kerstin Lindell

CEO and President of Bona Group

Sustainable Innovation – going green is not a strain

Industry 4.0 – the connected factory

Hans Dahlén

Senior VP, Head of Division Nederman Extraction & Filtration Technology

Industry 4.0 – the connected factory

Industry 4.0 – the connected factory

Tomas Hagström

Senior VP, Head of Division Nederman Process Technology

Industry 4.0 – the connected factory

The Program

September 17

Inspiration day

Today’s host:

Henrik Mitelman

Independent freelance analyst and award winning columnist for Swedish business daily Dagens Industri.

Henrik is an independent analyst and award winning columnist for Swedish business magazine Dagens industri with a past as Head of Analysis at SEB. He travels frequently all over the world most of all in Asia, to understand what’s happening in the world economy. While off duty he spends many hours on various tennis courts in the Stockholm area, although he is at his best in his vacation home in coastal Abbekås, Sweden.

08.00

MEET AND GREET

Registration and coffee.

08.30

Opening statement

Henrik Mitelman

08.40

WE ARE READY FOR A REVOLUTION!

Sven Kristensson

Digitalisation, technology and the future of industrial air compliance.

Sven is the President and CEO of Nederman Holding. He was educated in the Swedish Air Force and the University of Linköping. Before joining Nederman in 2001 Sven held various positions within the med-tech and packaging industries. A number of Board assignments, including Chair of the Boards of BK Pac, Scanbur and also Member of the Board of the indoor climate company Swegon. Keen farmer and hunter when not traveling around the globe.

09.10

Over 90% of the world’s population breathe unhealthy air

Robert O´ Keefe

The state of global air and health 2019, past trends and future impacts.

Outdoor and Indoor air pollution, currently the 5th leading risk factor for mortality worldwide, exceeds road traffic and mortality and trails only measures of diet and smoking. Mr. O´ Keefe will focus on the current levels of global air pollution, including long term trends, key pollutants and associated health effects. In addition, the health impacts from key sources of air pollution and future trends will be highlighted, as well as a discussion of current political and regulatory drivers.

Mr. O´ Keefe is the Vice President Health Effects Institute (HEI) and President of HEI Energy. His responsibilities at HEI include oversight of its international programs, including developing Asia. He regularly presents HEI science to prominent institutions, including the U.S. Congress, the European Parliament and the U S National Academies of Science. He is Chairman emeritus Clean Air Asian initiatives, building capacity and enabling air quality management across 9 countries and 200 cities. He served as Assistant Deputy Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and is a regular contributor to media outlets and in policy forums worldwide.

10.00

Coffee break

10.30

The next steps towards a more sustainable world – who must do what?

Connie Hedegaard

Since the Brundtland Report came out back in 1987, the world has accepted the polluter’s pay principle. Yet, we are very far from realizing this and more is needed in order to tackle our environmental, climate and sustainability challenges. Which further steps are needed – and who needs to take them? What must the politicians and regulators do next? What is our role as business and investors? And which responsibility lies with the citizens and consumers?

Ms. Hedegaard was the European Commissioner for Climate Action from 2010 to 2014, during which she led the negotiations towards the adoption of the EU 2030 Climate and Energy Framework. As EU Commissioner, she was also responsible for the 2050 Roadmap for moving to a low carbon economy and represented the EU in the international climate negotiations. With two decades of experience in international and domestic executive policy making, Connie Hedegaard is today assuming several key positions in support of a low-carbon and green economy.

11.25

Global megatrends change everything

Henrik Mitelman

Global megatrends and changes in the world economy. How does it effect us? Multiple visits to Asia has formed Henriks’ view on threats and possibilities. Join him on a speed-trip from Hanoi till Helsingborg with several stops on the way. Who will play the leading role in the world economy by 2025? Henrik knows; he met her last October.

12.15

LUNCH BREAK

13.15

Welcome back

13.25

Industry 4.0 – the connected factory

Tomas Hagström, Hans Dahlén

First the steam engine, then electricity, electronics, and now the fourth industrial revolution; connectivity. What does Nederman have to offer its clients when it comes to performance insight, process optimization and emissions compliance.

Tomas Hagström
Senior VP, Head of Division Nederman Process Technology since 2017. M.Sc. and B.Sc in Business Economics and MBA. A native of Småland, famous for the many Swedes migrating to the U.S. in the late 19th century, he decided to do the same, and now lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Hans Dahlén
Senior VP, Head of Division Extraction & Filtration Technology. Joined Nederman in 2013 and holds a M.Sc. in Chemical Technology.

14.10

The future of the global financial system

Anders Borg

How digitalization and globalization will transform our economy, our future and the world around us.

Anders Borg was Minister of Finance in Sweden between 2006-14. He has earlier been active in Swedish politics and the Swedish bank sector. Some highlights of his career include Advisor to the governor of the Riksbank, Senior Advisor for Citi Group, Chair of the banking initiative for World Economic Forum, Chief Economist at ABN Amro Bank in Stockholm and Head of the Economic Analysis Department at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB). 

Anders is also Senior Advisor to Nordic Capital, IPsoft and Kinnevik and a board member of NENT and Stena International. Borg is also an investor in Lendify, Lysa, Dicopay, Regily and a number of fin-tech companies.

15.00

COFFEE BREAK

15.35

Sustainable Innovation – going green is not a strain, it’s an integrated part and core for research, development and growth.

Kerstin Lindell

Ongoing climate changes and threats to our environment makes it very important to work sustainable and take responsibility for climate footprint, both for business and individuals.

At Bona, there is considerable pride and passion in providing sustainable solutions for every wooden floor challenge in contrast to disposable products and overconsumption.

On this seminar Kerstin Lindell, CEO and president of Bona Group, will take you to a hundred-year journey focusing on the core of Bonas business model – sustainability and innovation. With a long-term commitment Bona have built a successful international company with a modern environmental profile always looking for new possibilities and ways of doing things to conserve the planet’s finite resources.

Kerstin Lindell is the CEO and President of Bona Group since 2007. Kerstin has a PhD in Polymer Chemistry and a double master’s degree in both Chemical Engineering and Business Administration. She has a genuinely interest for varnishes, adhesives and wood flooring maintenance products since her work as a Research and Development Manager for 14 years. Since 2007 Kerstin Lindell is CEO and President at Bona group and during that time she have transformed the family owned company to a sustainable value based and modern company with global presence. Today Bona is market leading in varnishes and finishing for hardwood floors with 17 subsidiaries, 70 distributors, 600 group employees and five factories around the world. Bona have a several times been nominated for different awards; In 2017 – Company of the year awarded by City of Malmö, In both 2016 and 2017 awarded by Veckans Affärer as Super company of the year and in 2014 Bona was honored with the Export Hermes award from Swedish Fund for Export Development for showing successful export growth.  Kerstin Lindell has also been nominated for several awards for her skills in leadership. For instance; CEO of the year 2016 by Motivation.se, Leadership prize 2012 from Motivationshuset/Cronström and Leader of the year in 2010 by Mentor International.

16.25

Round table & Closing remarks

The Five Geniuses

With the five geniuses Connie Hedegaard, Anders Borg, Robert O´Keefe, Sven Kristensson and Kerstin Lindell, all available at the same place and time; what could be easier than solving the future of world development here and now. A spur-of-the-moment round table debate supervised by Henrik Mitelman.

For more information and enquiries, call Project Manager
Bengt Lundahl +46 705 22 43 05, or e-mail info@nedermanfuturedays.com

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