to Reconnect & Recharge!
The 19th annual Executive Women’s Conference features a diverse list of today´s top executive women and organizational leaders sharing their insights and thoughts on the power of female networking.
Kristine Braden - Managing Director & Head of Europe, CEO, Citigroup Global Markets A/S
AnnaCarin Grandin - CEO, Coor Service Management
Sandra Signarsdotter - Priest & Chaplin Gustaf Vasa Church
with responsibility for coordination and development of activities. Extensive experience in strategic work and management issues. Serves as a member of the Church Assembly, the Church of Sweden’s highest decision-making body. High social skills with the talent to build trusting relationships. Collaborated with various actors in civil society. One of those collaborations resulted in an article in DI Weekend and a further collaboration with the City of Stockholm. Innovative / Brave / Confident
Siduri Poli - Entrepreneur, Investor & Author Changers Hub
Maria Groschopp Dellwik - Business Development Strategist, Nasdaq
Experienced Senior Business Development Strategist and Advisor with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry and a drive to establish, grow and improve companies. Key strength in; business & strategy development, business architecture/design, company assessments/M&A, opportunity identification, business efficiency improvements (process/organization), business management/leadership, capital markets, exchange listings and entrepreneurship. Fluent in Swedish, English and French.
Cecilia Beck-Friis - CEO, Hemmet
Helya Riazat - Co-Founder & Principal, Järvaskolan
Emma Stenström - Associate Professor, Stockholm School of Economics
There is a special, vibrant energy that evolves when you bring people together – and for real. When you get to meet, listen, learn, share moments, and become inspired. It is a feeling of hope and togetherness, and it is something we are finally allowed to experience again.
With society opening back up, we think it’s time we Reconnect & Recharge – by once again bringing brilliant and fantastic women together into one room. A room where we jointly can create that special, vibrant, feeling of togetherness and celebrate the importance of networking. The 19th annual, SACCNY Executive Women’s Conference will dive deep into the power of female networks – knowing the importance of meeting, inspiring, and sharing experiences with each other. By opening the floor to a diversity of participants, we will hear from known, and not so known speakers, sharing their opinions and lessons learned. How can individual experiences inspire a generation of women? How can we together create the networks we desire? – and most importantly help each other grow? Join us for this extraordinary conversation!
Lisa Lindström - CXO EMEIA & CEO, EY Doberman
Lisa leads the digital design firm, Doberman since 2003. In just a couple of years, she managed to turn the firm and its negative result into a top-ranked design firm with a turnover of 40 million SEK with customers such as SVT, DN, Apoteket, BabyBjorn, Posten. Since Lisa’s takeover, the firm has been recognized with several design awards and appointed Sweden’s best agency for nine consecutive years by Dagens Industri.
Lotta Edling - Editorial Director, Bonnier News
Lotta Edling is on the Executive Management team of Bonnier News, part of Sweden’s largest media company and the owner of Dagens Nyheter, Expressen, Dagens industri, HD-Sydsvenskan and local newspaper group MittMedia. Prior to this, she was the Editor-in-Chief of Dagens Industri and has a background in business press for 20 years. Lotta is also on the boards of danish business daily Dagbladet Börsen, Sweden’s national news agency TT (Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå) and Swedish Media Publishers’ Association TU (Tidningsutgivarna).
Anna throne-holst - President, SACCNY
Anna Throne-Holst is a hard-working leader, devoted mother of four and the President at SACCNY. Prior to her presidentship at SACCNY, Anna was active in the political arena: She worked for the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations, served as the Town Supervisor of Southampton for six years and most recently she ran as the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Congress to represent the First Congressional District of New York in 2016. Notably dedicated to supporting children from low-income families, Anna also co-founded the Hayground School in Bridgehampton and served as the Executive Director at Bridgehampton Child Care & Rec. Center.
Thursday, March 10,
Lunch & conversations
12:00 – 14:00
Magasinet Münchenbryggeriet, Södermälarstrand 25, 118 25 Stockholm
14:00 – 15.00
EY Doberman, Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2,
118 25 Stockholm
The seats are limited,
Make sure to secure your seat now!
Book your ticket to the Stockholm
Luncheon & networking mingle
Most notable is SACCNY’s recent initiative, Gateway – a collaborative innovation, co-working, meeting and networking platform. Acting as a soft-landing pad and dynamic launch and networking platform for Scandinavian startups & scaleups, as well as larger, well-established corporations, Gateway merges SACCNY’s legacy and unique network with Sweden’s turbo-charged and leading international commercial innovation sector – providing a meeting place for energetic entrepreneurs, curious investors and long-standing Swedish powerhouses.
The platform is already home to more than 80 Scandinavian companies and the number keeps growing. Meet and collaborate among hungry, entrepreneurs; learn from the wise and experienced corporates – that is Gateway.