9. november 2016 - kl.09:00
DK-8000 Aarhus C
it-forum og Aarhus Kommune
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8. november 2016 - kl. 12:00
Pris (ex. moms)
Poland and Denmark focus strongly on innovation and development of IT technologies. Poland is a strong exporter of IT technologies globally as well as to Denmark.
The purpose of the seminar is to strengthen Polish and Danish cooperation in the field of IT, especially with regards to the IT health sector and having in mind the emerging digital single market in the European Union and the possibilities created by new digital technologies.
9:00 - Coffee and registration
9.30 - Welcome by:
Ivan Kjær Lauridsen, Head of health and assisted living technologies, City of Aarhus
Bo Sejer Frandsen, CEO, it-forum
Jesper Ørskov Nielsen, Honorary Consul of the Republic of Poland in Aarhus
IT solutions and services (including but not limited to the health sector) in Poland and Denmark
- ICT Cluster Aarhus/Central Denmark Region by Bo Sejer Frandsen, CEO, it-forum
- 'Healthcare IT - how technology contributes to value creation in the public sector today and in the future' by Ivan Kjær Lauridsen, Head of health and assisted living technologies, City of Aarhus
- ' Establishing a Service Deliver Center in Poland with objective to deliver IT services globally to the Falck Group' by Martin Wiesener, Falck A/S
- Who, what, where, when, why and how. Brief introduction to the potential of the IT sector in West Pomerania, Poland - by Jacek Wojcikowski
Round off by Ambassador H. Mościcka-Dendys, Polish Ambassador to Denmark
Synergies for great business
Presentation of IT companies with focus on possible joint projects and co-operation (to be further discussed in the matchmaking session).
Matchmaking session – meetings between Polish and Danish companies
Polish IT companies attending the seminar:
- ICT Cluster (Klaster.IT)
- Future Processing
- CERI International
- it works
NB: The event takes place at Aarhus Havn, Vandvejen 7, 8000 Aarhus C and not at INCUBA, as earlier announced.