Corporate Risk Minds
Event submitted on Thursday, August 27th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Another excellent event from the team at We.Connect. This one is all about Risk. If you work with Risk, Third-Party Risk, and all variations therein then I’d highly recommend that you get involved with this conference taking place in Berlin, Germany.
Eine exzellente Risikokonferenz findet in Berlin statt
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Thursday, August 27th 2020, or created by us.
The digital Corporate Risk Minds from Home 2020 was a complete success – over 250+ risk management decision-makers were there live & online!
As the largest industry meeting on risk management in D / A / CH, the Corporate Risk Minds 2021 will be there for you again in Berlin – the conference for decision-makers from medium-sized and large companies from all major industrial sectors to discuss strategies, processes, and solutions in a unique mix of case studies and discussion formats on strategic and operational challenges of risk management in industrial companies.
A unique feature of the event:
On the eve of the conference, there will be an Icebreaker Round Tables. The participants come together in an informal and pleasant setting in order to get to know each other before the start of the conference and to talk to each other at moderated round tables. The moderators have brought provocative theses and out-of-the-box topics with them, which are intended to encourage you to discuss future relevant topics.
How is it organized?
In order to find a first thematic introduction to the conference, the first relevant theses and content will be raised and addressed by the moderators at the round tables. The moderators freely (no PowerPoint presentation required) present your topic or project but are also happy to simply present urgent questions at their own round table and then join the conversation directly with the interested participants. Conversations conducted by the moderators directly at the round table or a stimulated individual exchange between individual participants develop quite spontaneously and without a fixed setting. The participants can switch freely between the round tables and participate openly in the discussions.