Welcome and Introduction
9:00–10:00

Registration and Coffee

10:00–10:10

Opening of Summit

Venue: Mayang Sari Grand Ballroom

  • H.E. Mr. Dag Juhlin-Dannfelt, Ambassador of Sweden to Malaysia
  • Mr. Tobias Glitterstam, Vice President Asia Pacific, Business Sweden
10:10-10:30

Opening Speeches

  • Mr Mikael Damberg, Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Sweden
  • Y.B. Dato' Sri Mustapa bin Mohamed, Minister for International Trade and Industry
10:30-12:00

Picking the brains of Top Leaders – Opportunities and Challenges in a changing world from European and Southeast Asian perspectives

Moderator: Mr Imran Ahmad, Director in Khazanah Nasional Office of the Managing Director

Honourable speakers:

  • Mr Marcus Wallenberg, Chairman of the Board, SEB, SAAB Group & Foundation Asset Management
  • Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Datuk Wira Azman Hj. Mokhtar, Managing Director Khazanah Nasional
  • Mr Jose Ma. "Joey" A. Concepcion III, Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship and Chairman of ASEAN Business Advisory Council Philippines

Panel discussion:

  • Mr Mikael Damberg, Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Sweden
  • Mr Marcus Wallenberg, Chairman of the Board, SEB, SAAB Group & Foundation Asset Management
  • Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Datuk Wira Azman Hj. Mokhtar, Managing Director Khazanah Nasional
  • H.E. Ambassador Ong Keng Yong, Executive Deputy Chairman, RSIS
  • Mr Jose Ma. "Joey" A. Concepcion III, Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship and Chairman of ASEAN Business Advisory Council Philippines
  • Dr Vu Tien Loc, Chairman of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry
12:00–13:30

Networking lunch

13:30-14:45

Panel discussion: Embracing the rising Asian Economy

  • Malaysia, Southeast Asia and Asia – changing geopolitical realities in a more Asia centric world

Moderator: Ms Jukhee Hong, Director of Operations, CIMB ASEAN Research Institute

Distinguished speakers:

  • Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Mohd Munir Bin Abdul Majid, ASEAN BAC Chairman Malaysia & Chairman Financial Services Professional Board
  • Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Andrew Sheng, Distinguished Fellow, Asia Global Institute, The University of Hong Kong; and Board Member, Khazanah Nasional Berhad
  • Dr. Deunden Nikomborirak, Research Director, Economic Governance, Thailand Development Research Institute
  • Y.Bhg. Dato’ Steven CM Wong, Deputy Chief Executive, Institute for Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia
  • Y.Bhg. Dato’ Dr Ooi Kee Beng, Executive Director, Penang Institute
14:45-16:00

Panel discussion: Southeast Asia - Sustainable Growth Strategies in a Changing International Economic Environment

  • The importance for Southeast Asian countries to adapt new strategies to transform to sustainable growth models (social & environmental responsibility, evolving manufacturing, growing the service sector, regional co-operation, institutions etc)
  • Prospect for greater regional and intraregional economic integration and free trade regimes

Moderator: Ms Jukhee Hong, Director of Operations, CIMB ASEAN Research Institute

Distinguished speakers:

  • Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dr Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria, Chairman EUMCCI
  • Y.Bhg. Datuk Zainal Amanshah, Chief Executive Officer, InvestKL
  • Mr Johan Bygge, Chairman, EQT Asia Pacific
  • Mr Sean Yokota, Chief Economist Asia, SEB
  • Mr Todd Ashton, President, Ericsson Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh
16:00 – 16:30

Coffee break

16:30- 17:45

Panel discussion: Create a Sustainability Mindset

  • Sustainability as the prime parameter for long term competitiveness? How to achieve an innovative, competitive and environmentally sustainable economy?
  • The necessity of social and environmental sustainability for long term commercial viability

Moderator: Mr Imran Ahmad, Director in Khazanah Nasional Office of the Managing Director

Distinguished speakers:

  • Y.M. Raja Teh Maimunah, CEO AmInvestment Bank
  • Mr Erik Ljungberg, Senior Vice President Corporate Relations, Scania
  • Ms Marie Trogstam, Sustainability Director, Business Sweden
  • Mr John Revess, Head of Sustainability, ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd
  • Mr Lars Svensson, Sustainability and Communication Director, IKEA Southeast Asia
17:45-18:00

Closing remarks

18:00 – 19:00

Pre-Dinner Refreshments

19:00 – 22:00

Dinner Reception

INDUSTRYTALKDAY
A SUSTAINABLE MIND-SET - KEY DRIVER FOR FUTURE GROWTH

The purpose of the second day is to present how Swedish companies have adopted a sustainable mind-set and how this has enabled them to innovate and develop new business models and solutions for future growth. The specific thematic sessions aim at highlighting key initiatives and discussing business opportunities deriving from these.

08:00 – 8:45

Registration

08:45–09:45

Introduction and Keynote Speech on Smart Cities and Digitalisation

Venue: Mayang Sari Grand Ballroom

Introduction:

  • Mr Imran Ahmad, Director in Khazanah Nasional Office of the Managing Director

Keynote speakers:

  • Mr. Sven Törnkvist, Head of Digital Business Development at EQT
  • Mr. Martin Glaumann, Market Area Director, Southeast Asia Business Sweden. Topic: ”The smart and sustainable cities of the future – global and regional perspectives”
09:45 – 10:00

Coffee Break

Block 1: Parallel Sessions
10:00- 12:30

Future City Transport Solutions

Venue: Starhill 1, level 4

Session background and context:

Growing cities are struggling to provide sufficient and safe services to residents, dealing with overburdened roads, as well as rising road traffic injuries. Urbanization is one of the most evident modern-day phenomena, and making urban transport more sustainable has become an urgent development priority.

In this session Swedish experts will emphasize importance of a systematic and holistic approach – which includes smart policies and adaptable private sector solutions. With proven track record of reducing congestion and increasing mobility in transport systems Swedish experts will share their views on how they see the future of more sustainable and safe transportation.

Session industry experts includes: Scania, Saab, Ericsson and Sandvik
Future City Solutions - Concept Note

10:00- 12:30

Industry 4.0: Digitalisation

Venue: Mayang Sari Grand Ballroom

Session background and context:

The pace of technological development continuously changes the conditions for industrial competitiveness. To remain competitive in a global market, companies must be at the forefront of the digital transformation and adopt sustainable production methods.

Session industry experts includes: Ericsson, Saab, ABB, SKF, Quant, Monitor ERP and EQT
Industry 4.0 – Sustainable manufacturing in the area of digitalisation and robotics - Concept Note

10.00 – 12.30

Alternative session: Doing business in Malaysia – your gateway to ASEAN and beyond

Venue: Starhill 3, level 4

Session background and context:

Session to be hosted by MIDA in cooperation with Business Sweden and The Economist Intelligence Unit. Participants will have chance to understand the true dynamics on the market including both opportunities and challenges. Interactive format of the session will allow to discuss various business related issues in the group but also individually during one on one sessions.

12:30 – 14:00

Networking lunch

Block 2: Parallel Sessions
14:00 – 16:30

Sustainable mobility by electrification, autonomous drive and connectivity

Venue: Bintang 3, level 3

Session background and context:

In 10 to 15 years we will witness radical changes in the various mobility systems. Several key mobility trends; electrification, shared mobility, and autonomy are poised to take off.

Autonomous technology is backed by industry to be the next breakthrough in the passenger vehicle market and beyond. The session will try to highlight the benefits of mass deployment and how attractive it is not only to the industry through new revenue streams, but also to consumers with safety, less time having to drive and policymakers meeting emission targets.

Session industry experts includes: Volvo Cars, ABB, Ericsson, Volvo Trucks and Husqvarna
Future City Solutions - Concept Note

14:00 – 16:30

Industry 4.0: Factories of the future and sustainable solutions

Venue: Mayang Sari Grand Ballroom

Session background and context:

In the smart factory, machines and components can communicate with each other. The development is moving towards self-regulating production that can be adapted to individual customer demands and that optimises the flow to become more sustainable.

The objective with the session is for the Swedish experts and Southeast Asia manufacturers to exchange experiences and share information on how to cope with the more demanding global market by adapting sustainable manufacturing models and smart technologies.

Session industry experts includes: ABB, Atlas Copco, SKF and Beckers
Industry 4.0 – Sustainable manufacturing in the area of digitalisation and robotics - Concept Note

14.00 – 16.30

Circular Economy – Waste to Wealth

Venue: Starhill 1, level 4

Session background and context:

The business case for a circular economy is compelling. Studies show that the global economy could benefit immensely from a more circular approach, embodied in material savings, emissions reductions and job creation. The objective with the session is to present a holistic set of Swedish solutions ranging from recycling, transforming to vehicles that are using fuel made from waste.

Session industry experts includes: Scania, Fortum, Tetra Pak, Höganäs Bjuf
Circular Economy – Waste to Wealth - Concept Note

14.00 – 16.30

Alternative sessions – Business Opportunities in Southeast Asia

Venue: Starhill 3, level 4

Session background and context:

Session to be hosted by Swedish Embassies and Business Sweden Offices in Southeast Asia region. Ambassadors and Trade Commissionaires will be sharing their views on the development and business opportunities in the region from Swedish and local perspective. The interactive format of the session will allow participants to not only obtain a generic view of the region but also get insights on country and industry specific developments.

16:45 – 17:00

Closing remarks

17.00 – 18.00

Open Networking – Individual Meetings

END OF THE PROGRAM

(Last updated: 23 January 2018) 

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