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Monaco Business returns for a fifth edition on Tuesday, November 14, at Auditorium Rainier III.
The Monaco Business expo, a free event that each year brings together 40 exhibitors, 600 business leaders, and 800 visitors from Monaco and the region, reaffirms its position as a leading event for businesses in the Principality.
Six conference-debates, including the subject “Monaco’s economy and MonacoTech, the business incubator” at 5:15 pm with Jean Castellini, Minister of Economy and Finance; Martin Peronnet, General Manager of Monaco Telecom; and Fabrice Marquet, Director of MonacoTech, which was officially opened by Prince Albert on Wednesday, November 8, will be held across the day.
The day will finish off at 6:15 pm with trophy presentation of the Junior Chamber of Economy of Monaco followed by a cocktail.
The expo is free to attend but online registration is required in advance.
Monaco Business Agenda
10 am: Conference-Debate 1 – “Transport and Housing for Assets” hosted by Jean Tonelli, Manager and Consultant Expression Group.
Speakers: Philippe Ortelli, FEDEM President; Séverine Canis-Froidefond, Director of Forward Studies, Urban Planning and Mobility; Patrick Dubief, Manager SNCF station in Monaco; Renaud Durand, President of ADECCO MONACO, temporary employment agency; Thierry Poyet, National Councillor and President of the Commission of Social Interests and Diverse Affairs; Gerard Spinelli, Mayor of Beausoleil.
11:15 am Conference-Debate 2 – “Cybersecurity, one year later” hosted by Françoise Miletos, Assistant Director Monaco Informatique Service, with opening remarks by Minister for the Interior Patrice Cellario.
Speakers: Michel Van Der Berghe, Managing Director Orange Cyber Defence; Dominique Riban, Director Monegasque Agency of Digital Security.
12:15 pm Lunch break
1:30 pm Conference-Debate 3 – “Agile methods and innovation process, the challenge of agile methods in innovation processes, with testimonials from professionals of agility and IUX” hosted by Jean Tonelli, Manager and Consultant Expression Group.
Speakers: Jean-Etienne Bouedec, CDO Infotel (former Director of Française des Jeux), Patrick Bouffel Chief Technical & IT Officer Monaco Telecom; Hugo Le Guennec, Innovation Manager of the Infotel Group; Guillaume Dion, Digital Expert Infotel Monaco; Robin Beraud-Sudreau, Agile Coach and Expert Management 3.0
2:45 pm Conference-Debate 4 – “How Artificial intelligence will revolutionise our everyday work”.
Speakers: Yves Thréard, Deputy Director of Le Figaro; Paul Tonelli, System Architect at Heuritech; Jean-Pierre Albinet, Strategy and Business Development Manager Telis Group.
4 pm Conference-Debate 5 – “Successful e-Health revolution” hosted by Jean-Philippe Ackermann, Coach Speaker.
Speakers: Dr Marc Soler; Thierry Leray, Chief Executive Officer Telis Group; Jean-Pierre Albinet, Strategy and Business Development Manager Telis Group.
5 pm Workshop: “How to set up in Monaco” with Italian entrepreneurs/CCI Italienne Nice-Côte d’Azur.
Speaker: Laurence Garino, Welcome Office Director.
5:15 pm Conference-Debate – “Monaco’s economy and MonacoTech, the business incubator” hosted by Yves Thréard, Deputy Director of Le Figaro.
Speakers: Jean Castellini, Government Counselor-Minister of Economy and Finance; Martin Peronnet, General Manager Monaco Telecom; Fabrice Marquet, Director MonacoTech.
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