Exploring the Northern Dimension

XII Northern Dimension Business Forum

Business & economy
Thursday, 8th April 2021

The Northern Dimension Business Forum is organised on a yearly basis and traditionally gathers participants representing Russian and European ministries, agencies, regional authorities as well as business community and civil society from the Northern Dimension area.

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in the 12th edition of the Northern Dimension Business Forum, organized by the Northern Dimension Business Council in cooperation with the Association of European Businesses, the St Petersburg Graduate School of Management and the SKOLKOVO Moscow School of Management.

This time, the Forum focuses on "Connectivity now. Boosting flows of people, information, energy, goods and services." The speakers include representatives from the Northern Dimension Member States and top-level Russian and European businesses.

This year's Forum will also feature six different parallel sessions:

  1. Creative Industries “Connecting the Unconnected: the Role of Creative Industries within the Cross-Sectoral Cooperation”
  2. Ecology & Circular Еconomy
  3. Energy & Energy Efficiency
  4. Health & Lifestyle “Digitalisation of Healthcare: Trends and Challenges”
  5. Mobility “New Forms оf Mobility and Connectivity”
  6. Transport & Logistics
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  • Thursday, 8th April 2021

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