13-14 June 2016: London UK

2016 Agenda

Monday, 13 June, 2016

14:00 REGISTRATION OPENS

16:15 WELCOME AND BIG GET TO KNOW YOU

WELCOME REMARKS
Evelyn Webster, Executive Vice President, Time Inc.

THE BIG GET-TO-KNOW-YOU
Pattie Sellers, Executive Director, Fortune MPW Live Content, Time Inc.

16:45 SAUDI ARABIA’S GAME CHANGER

Lubna Olayan, Chief Executive Officer, Olayan Financing Company
Interviewer: Maithreyi Seetharaman, Anchor and Executive Editor, Euronews; Co-chair, Fortune Most Powerful Women International

17:05 REVOLUTIONARY THINKING

Yonca Brunini, Vice President, Marketing, EMEA, Google
Interviewer: Judith Bogner, Facilitator, Speaker, Journalist, Actress

17:20 THE MOST DIFFICULT JOB IN MEDIA

Rona Fairhead, Chairman, BBC Trust; Former Chairman, HSBC North America Holdings Inc.
Interviewer: Pattie Sellers, Fortune

17:35 REMARKS

Nicky Morgan, MP, Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities, Department for Education, U.K.

17:45 COCKTAIL RECEPTION

19:00 DINNER AND CONVERSATION

WELCOME BACK
Nina Easton, Chair, Fortune Most Powerful Women International


DINNER PROGRAM

CHANGING PERSPECTIVES ON HUMANITARIAN CRISES
Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Former Prime Minister, Denmark and Chief Executive Officer, Save the Children International
Interviewer: Nina Easton, Fortune

STANDUP
Frances Osborne, Author, Little Brown

20:45 CLOSE

Tuesday, 14 June, 2016

8:00 REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST

8:45 WELCOME

8:50 SETTING THE EU’S DIGITAL COURSE

Neelie Kroes, Special Envoy, Startup Delta, The Netherlands; Former European Commissioner for Digital Agenda
Interviewer: Maithreyi Seetharaman, Fortune

9:05 NAVIGATING UNCERTAINTY IN EAST EUROPE

Natalie Jaresko, Chairperson, Aspen institute Kyiv; former Finance Minister, Ukraine
Interviewer: Nina Easton, Fortune

9:20 BEYOND THE BREXIT DEBATE

The Brexit debate has explored every aspect of whether the U.K. should stay or leave the European Union. But what is the reality of a British cxit from the EU? We will dissect the claims made by both camps in the run-up to the 2016 Referendum and pose these questions: Will sovereignty be returned and did the U.K. ever lose it? Will borders be more secure? Will wages rise? Will trade deals be easy to secure? Will an exit cause economic shock? These questions and more will be debated at the Summit, when there will be less than two weeks to go before Referendum 2016.
Baroness Sharon Bowles
, Member, House of Lords; Nonexecutive Director, London Stock Exchange
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, Partner, Dechert LLP; Leader, Inspiring Girls Campaign
Baroness Jennifer Jones, Member, House of Lords
Moderator: Ngaire Woods, Founding Dean, Blavatnik School of Government; Professor of Global Economic Governance, University of Oxford

9:40 ECONOMICS OF BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE FOR WOMEN

Nawal Alhawsawi, Founder, Soundheart
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women
Interviewer: Maithreyi Seetharaman, Fortune

9:55 IS THE CITY A BOY’S CLUB?

Sanaz Zaimi, Global Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities (FICC) Sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Interviewer: Maithreyi Seetharaman, Fortune

10:05 KEEPING UP WITH SOCIAL MEDIA’S NEW TWISTS

Nicola Mendelsohn, Vice President EMEA, Facebook
Interviewer: Pattie Sellers, Fortune

10:20 NETWORKING BREAK

10:40 EUROPE’S DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION

Innovation and disruption are creating new business models for a continent that has long resisted change. With unemployment still high in many parts of Europe, innovative entrepreneurship is finally being encouraged as a catalyst for growth, and it is changing the way investments are made and business is done. Who’s investing and in what? Will these startups find traction in the challenging European economy?
Jo Bertram
, Regional General Manager, UK, Ireland, and Nordics, Uber
Marie Ekeland, Co-founder, daphni
Maelle Gavet, Executive Vice President, Global Operations, The Priceline Group
Moderator: Juliet de Baubigny, Senior Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

11:00 EXPLORE, SURVIVE, AND LEAD: THE WOMAN BEHIND BEAR GRYLLS

Megan Hine, Survival Expert and Celebrity Expedition Leader
Interviewer: Trish Halpin, Editor-in-Chief, Marie Claire

11:15 ITALY’S WOMAN OF STEEL: PUSHING BOUNDARIES AND SMES

Emma Marcegaglia, President, BusinessEurope; Chairman, Eni SpA; Vice Chairman and CEO, Marcegaglia Group
Interviewer: Maithreyi Seetharaman, Fortune

11:30 SWITCH BREAK

11:40 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

BEST PRACTICES FROM THE BOARDROOM
Hosted by Accenture
Karin Barnick, Senior Client Partner; Board and CEO Practice and EMEA Asset Management Practice, London, Korn Ferry
Ann Fudge, Vice Chairman, Unilever NV; Board Member, Novartis AG, Northrop Grumman Corp, Rockefeller Foundation; Former Board Member, General Electric Co
Emma Marcegaglia, Vice Chairman and CEO, Marcegaglia Group
Moderator: Pattie Sellers, Fortune

CYBER SECURITY IN TIMES OF CYBER BREACH
Our online world is ever more dangerous for businesses and their customers’ data. What is the nature of the threat to governments, businesses, and individuals? How should policies balance privacy and security? How can business leaders stay on top of an evolving cyber security threat? Or will the hackers always be a step ahead?
Poppy Gustafsson, Chief Operating Officer, Darktrace
Elena Kvochko, Head, Global Information Security Strategy and Implementation, Barclays
Nico Sell, Co-founder and Co-chairman, Wickr; Inc.; Founder, Wickr Foundation
Moderator: Maithreyi Seetharaman, Fortune

FINDING VALUE IN PURPOSE
Hosted by Johnson & Johnson
More and more companies want to combine profitability with purpose. They want to be stakeholder-driven (in the broadest sense), not just shareholder-driven. But is it really possible to create financial value while putting social values at the core of your business? In this session, we will explore case studies that actually work.
Hanzade Doğan Boyner, Founder and CEO, Hepsiburada.com; Chairwoman, Doğan Online; Chairwoman, Aydın Doğan Foundation
Sarah Crook, CEO, Christopher Kane
Jane Griffiths, Company Group Chairman, Janssen EMEA
Efrat Peled, Chairman and CEO, Arison Investments
Moderator: Nina Easton, Fortune

12:40 SWITCH BREAK

12:50 LUNCH AND CONVERSATION

TOLERANCE AND TRADE: FORGING NEW PATHS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of Tolerance, United Arab Emirates
Interviewer: Nina Easton, Fortune

14:00 ON THE HIGH STREET WITH THE QUEEN OF SHOPS

Mary Portas, Founder, Portas; Author, Shop Girl
Interviewer: Jude Kelly, Artistic Director, Southbank Centre

14:30 CLOSE