Copenhagen Summits

"Making it BIG": April 9, 2015

Join us on April 9 when Presidents Institute hosts the 15th Copenhagen Summit for all members of Directors Club and Directors Institute.


At this exclusive networking event, 8 business leaders from various industries and countries will engage the audience in free-ranging conversations on how they “Made it BIG”.

The summits take place from 12:00-23:30 in Copenhagen at the Bella Center. You can read about the 8 exceptional business leaders for this specific event below.

Confirmed speakers


Making it Big


Arrival & Registration/Lunch buffet


Welcome by moderator Lillian Gjerulf Kretz


Keynote: Margrethe Vestager, EU Commissioner
“Defining Markets”


Keynote: Matt Brittin, President EMEA, Google
”For Everyone - Making the Most of Digital”




Keynote: Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline
“Connecting the world: the BIG opportunity”


Keynote: Lim Hwee Hua, Former Minister, Singapore
“Against the Odds - The Singapore Experience”




Presidents Institute Update: Eric Rylberg, CEO, Presidents Institute


Introducing: The world famous robot ASIMO
Philip Ross, Senior Vice President of Honda Motor Europe
“How Innovation Drives Success”


Keynote: Clarke Murphy, CEO, Russell Reynolds Associates
“Change and Grow your Company”


Break/Dinner buffet


Keynote: Bill McDermott, CEO, SAP
“The Big Dream: A Journey from Corner Store to Corner Office”


Keynote: Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO, Vaynermedia
“Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy World”


Closing remarks by Lillian Gjerulf Kretz


Music / Champagne

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