So What? conference: videos

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The So what? conference invited people to discuss whether valuing diversity and equal opportunities in management would help Estonian companies achieve new competitive advantages, was held from 1 pm to 5 pm on 20 November at Swissôtel, Tallinn.

The discussion at the So what? conference was opened by Minister of Social Affairs and Equality of Iceland Ásmundur Einar Daðason; Risto E. J. Penttilä (Nordic West Office, Finland), Christian Berg (Allbright Stiftung), Sara Salmani (Miltton), Marina Kaljurand, Larissa Shabunova (Fortaco Eesti OÜ) and others.


Welcome Notes by Christer Haglund, Director, Nordic Council of Ministers´ Office in Estonia




Opening speech by Rene Tammist, Estonian Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology



Key notes on implementation of the new Iceland Equal Pay Standard and interview with Ásmundur Einar Daðason, Minister of Social Affairs and Equality Iceland



Presentation by Risto E.J. Penttilä, C.E.O of Nordic West Office



How to balance the unbalanced debate on gender equality? 

  • Marina Kaljurandpolitician, Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace
  • Gunvor Kronman, C.E.O of Hanaholmen - Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre
  • Jürgen Ligi, Member of the Estonian Parliament
  • Ásmundur Einar Daðason, Minister of Social Affairs and Equality Iceland



Talent Gap by Lisbeth Møller, Associate, McKinsey & Company



So What if I´m Bias? by Sara Salmani, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist, Miltton




Diversity in Top Management by Christian Berg, Managing Director, AllBright Stiftung




Can diversity give a company a competitive advantage?

  • Christian Berg, C.E.O of AllBright Stiftung
  • Larissa Shabunova, C.E.O of Fortaco Estonia
  • Martin Kõdar, managing Partner, BaltCap +

Christer Haglund, Director, Nordic Council of Minister´s Office in Estonia



Closing words by Gunvor Kronman, CEO of the Hanaholmen - Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre



Closing words by Mikael Eriksson, Ambassador of Sweden to Estonia


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