111 billion lines of new code are programmed every year. But for some reason, we never question how good or bad these codes actually are. Because it’s not just the digital world that’s based on codes, but also our language, our behavior and our businessworld. And if we look closely and see that only four percent of CEO’s worldwide are female, we notice that there’s a bug. At the Forbes Women's Summit, we're planning to rewrite these codes to unlock hidden potentials in business and society – "Writing Future Codes."

Speaker

Agenda

Dinner 20.03.

19:30 Speakers' Dinner

Summit 21.03.

09:00 Arrival
10:00 Keynote Sessions
13:00 Lunch Break and Networking
14:00 Breakout Sessions
16:00 Keynote Sessions
18:00 Networking
21:00 Party

Party 21.03.

21:00 Party

Location

Early on, the Anker Expedithalle wrote its own codes: built in 1912, it was considered one of the largest halls without columns in Europe. The combination of a clever ceiling construction and an industrial charm defines the character of the space. This becomes even more clear after the hall’s renovation in 2016. Its diverse encoding options makes the Expedithalle the ideal location for the Forbes Women's Summit.

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Contact

HEIDI AICHINGER
Editor-in-Chief

+43 664 88296211
heidi.aichinger@forbes.at

KLAUS FIALA
Editor-in-Chief

+41 76 338 44 34
+43 676 370 42 26
klaus.fiala@forbes.at

WOLFGANG SCHEIKL
Member of the Management Board

+43 664 88 296 217
wolfgang.scheikl@forbes.at

PIA-MARIA HAUSCHILD
Brand Movement and Digital Strategies

+43 664 1563787
pia.hauschild@forbes.at