The Northern Light summit was held in Helsinki June 29 – July 1, 2017 under the theme “The New World Disorder”. The future of the European project and artificial intelligence featured prominently on the agenda. There were also special sessions on Trans-Atlantic relations, Russia and China. In addition, we celebrated Finland’s 100th anniversary.
You can find the key take-aways from the sessions here: Northern Light 2017_key takeaways
At the 2017 Northern Light a report “Prospects for Russia-Europe Relations” was published. The report was conducted by Oxford Analytica, and especially prepared for European Business Leaders’ Convention. Please, find the report here: EBLC_Prospects for Russia-Europe Relations 2017
The Northern Light summit pre-conference Finland 100 Business Forum – Is the New Generation Ready to Lead? was held June 29. EBLC’s contribution to the 100th anniversary of Finland brought the “New World Disorder” to the discussion especially from the New Generation point of view: first with insights from Anders Borg and Alexander Stubb, then followed by a panel with five New Generation Leaders from around the world. The discussion was led by Nik Gowing, former BBC Head Broadcaster, and his main question was: What does the New Generation Want?
To find the answers, you have now a chance to take a look at the whole pre-conference. Please find it below.
A hint: The new generation does not want what the old generation assumes.