Codes are everywhere. In economics, languages and behavior: We all follow them – including those of the digital world, which rewrites 111 billion rows of code every year. Many of these codes – old and new – must be questioned more intensively. For where is the bug that allows only 4% of women in the world to be at the top of companies? How must codes be written to get the most out of diversity? At the Forbes Women's Summit we are working on new, better codes for business and society – "Writing Future Codes".

Agenda

Dinner 20.3.

18:30 -
22:00
Speakers' Dinner

32 Guests (Invitation only)

Summit 21.3.

08:30
Doors Open
9:15
Opening

Geschwister Pollak (Angelo & Fiona)

09:30
Welcome
& Intro

Monique Dekker (Park Hyatt Vienna)
& Heidi Aichinger (Forbes DACH)

9:45
10:15
10:45
11:15
11:45
Keynote
Keynote
Keynote
Keynote
Intermezzo

Luisa Kroll (Forbes Media)
Clara Burtscher (BDO Austria)
Lera Boroditsky (UCSD)
Naren Shaam (Omio)
Geschwister Pollak (Angelo & Fiona)

12:00 -
15:00
Break &
Breakout

1. Negotiating
(Sonja Rauschütz)

2. Coding the Future
(Larisa Adamyan)

3. Recruiting & Hiring
(Christina Reiter & Sophie Chung)

4. Leading People
(Sunnie Groeneveld & Parissa Haghirian)

5. Networking
(Kari Aina Eik & Nina Avramovic)

6. Making Money
(Luisa Kroll & Demelza Hays)

7. Designing Teams
(Katarina Lucic & Anita Posch)

15:00 –
16:00
Marketplace

Plenum

16:00 –
16:30
Break
16:30 –
16:45
Statement

Claudia Oeking (Philip Morris International)

16:45 –
17:45
Panel
Discussion

Claudia Oeking (Philip Morris International)
Edda Gschwendtner (CERN)
Jessica Lampe (University of Bern)
Kathrin Bayer (Eisenberger & Herzog)
Moderation: Klaus Fiala (Forbes DACH)

17:45 –
18:15
Closing
Speech

Angela Matthes
& Heidi Aichinger

18:15
Closing

Superar Quintett

Party 21.3.

18:30 – 
20:00
Drinks &
Small Talk

Speaker

Location

Originally rebuilt in 1915, this building has a colorful history of hosting the ducal coin and becoming then the property of the Jesuit Order. It was from 1915 onwards, that the building served as a branch for several banks – most recently for Bank Austria. After its renovation in 2014, the high-quality hotel Park Hyatt Vienna opened its doors. Since then, this building of formerly powerful corporate and state leaders shines in new splendor and is run by director Monique Dekker, an internationally experienced and well-known hotel manager. Park Hyatt Hotel Vienna is a place where the past meets the present – and the future will be written at the Forbes Women’s Summit on March 21, 2019.

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