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Previous conversations

On this page, you can find information about previous Sustain Tomorrow events, and you can rediscover knowledge or links to knowledge that have emerged from the conversations Sustain Tomorrow has initiated.

You can also read more in  this news article about the background of Sustain Tomorrow and the first time we initiated a dialogue about global challenges

Keynote and conversation from 2023


Images from 2023

Image: Is it the end of capitalism? Was the central question discussed by a panel featuring Ulrike Hermann, Economic Journalist and author, Bjarne Corydon, CEO and Editor in Chief at Børsen, Carsten Egeriis, CEO at Danske Bank, Mikkel Svenstrup, CIO at ATP, Lars Sandahl Sørensen, CEO at Dansk Industri and Kathrine Richardson, Professor and leader of Sustainability Science Centre at the University of Copenhagen.

Image: Is digital innovation not as diverse as we would like it to be? Frederikke Antonie Schmidt, CEO at roccamore thought so, a sentiment shared by fellow panellists Mette Kaagaard, CEO at Microsoft, Casper Klynge SVP at Dansk Erhverv, Dr. Poornima Luthra, associate professor at CBS and Christian Arnstedt, co-founder and CEO at Blazer Capital.

Image: “Asking new questions can lead to new and constructive dialogue, which can lead to new solutions. And this is precisely what we are hoping to achieve today,” said Danske Bank CEO Carsten Egeriis in his welcoming address at Sustain Tomorrow.

Image: ”Denmark needs a BHAG - A Big Hairy Audacious Goal! We need to create 10 companies within 10 years that each has reached EUR 1B in revenue by saving nature or climate,” urged Tommy Ahlers, Entrepreneur and investor, during his opening keynote.

Image: Audience voting on multiple questions on the protection of values in international trade during the panel “Who will Finance the future?”

Image: Named a Future Innovator by the United Nations, Angela Oguntala is a futurist and global authority on foresight and innovation and gave a keynote on purpose driven innovation.

Image: Las Olsen, chief economist at Danske Bank, invited Bjarne Corydon, CEO and Editor in Chief at Børsen, into the on-location “Markedspladsen” podcast studio to discuss why they think Danish politicians will succeed with the green transition – but that it will come at a cost.

Image: Experts, scientists, and business professionals in conversations following the afternoon keynote on purpose driven innovation at Sustain Tomorrow conference in Copenhagen at Werkstatt on November 14, 2023.