Day 0 | Tuesday 7 December 2021

08:00 – 09:00

Networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

08:00 – 16:00

Registration

Sponsored by:
Sipchem

09:00 – 10:15

Masterclass 1: Realising the potential of Hydrogen – The fuel for a clean future economy

Clean hydrogen has been gaining significant traction across the world and has been identified as a key solution to achieve carbon neutrality. Whilst the investor community has its eyes set on new project announcements, certain aspects need to be addressed to maximize hydrogen’s potential, including the accessibility and the availability of infrastructure.

This strategic masterclass will address the potential of hydrogen in supporting the chemical industry’s transition to net-zero in the Middle East and around the world. Together with senior leaders from Saudi Aramco, Siemens Energy, Thyssenkrupp, ACWA Power and Accenture the session will shine its lens on:

  • The potential of renewable hydrogen in decarbonizing industry value chains
  • The necessary conditions required to drive the business case for renewable hydrogen
  • Examine what’s at stake for the chemical industry in the deployment of a hydrogen economy

10:15 – 10:45

Networking break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

10:45 – 12:00

Masterclass 2: Stepping up the ESG game – How will it influence the value of chemical companies?

As a part of the energy transition, the global chemical industry must transform to meet the world’s climate goals and transition towards a more sustainable, carbon-neutral future. Measuring companies’ ESG performance will be considered crucial for strategic business and investment decisions, while further stringent governmental policy, as well as changing customer preferences and demographics will require chemical companies to remain innovative and overcome challenges to seize new market opportunities. Incorporating ESG strategies will help build competitive advantage and advance the industry’s sustainability agenda.

This masterclass led by S&P Global Platts will delve deeper on:

  • Outlook for global chemicals in the post-Covid landscape: A snapshot of 2022 market expectations
  • The role of chemicals in the energy transition: sustainability shift in plastics, decarbonization, circular economy, and the evolution of hydrogen
  • What is the ESG impact on the value of chemicals? Strategies to overcome the risks and challenges, minimize losses and create added value

12:00 – 13:15

Networking lunch and prayer break

Social networking

13:15 – 14:30

Masterclass 3: From survival to revival – Rebounding stronger through supply chain resilience

Global organizations have been forced to adapt to COVID-19 but challenges from supply chain disruptions are far from over. Megatrends including climate change, geopolitical tensions and emerging technologies are driving the need for continuous upgrades to contingency plans.

Kearney, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, has developed the resiliency compass – a unique framework aimed to enable organizations in identifying priorities, manage risks, and confidently define sustainable strategies to navigate disruption and uncertainty.

This strategic masterclass will feature senior executives from Kearney, BDP International, Maersk and AD Ports Group, and will tackle the below questions:

  • What is supply chain resilience and why is it more important than ever?
  • What are some of the strategies organizations deploy to build supply chain resilience and strengthen competitive advantage in the long-term?
  • How can organizations design and operate a resilient supply chain based on intelligent trade-offs between service and profitability?

14:30 – 15:00

Networking Break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

15:00 – 16:15

Masterclass 4: Leveraging technology post-crisis – The compass to guide new growth

Chemical companies had already embarked on the digital journey; however, the pandemic accelerated its pace of transformation, creating a host of new opportunities for the downstream hydrocarbon industry. Most global companies have already launched initiatives and use-cases in various core areas from R&D to operations, to marketing and sales and experimented the launch of new and innovative business models such as digital marketplaces.

Exponential and experiential learning will define the competitive advantage of future companies. But, in order to truly exploit it, we need to change both on the technology and human dimensions. These big changes, require careful planning and execution.

This strategic masterclass, ‘Leveraging technology post-crisis: The compass to guide new growth’ will afford you the opportunity to:

  • Explore how and why the pandemic has accelerated the digital aspirations of companies
  • How technology and human capabilities will increasingly converge in what we call ‘a bionic company’
  • Explore the key success factors that set apart companies that successfully transformed through technology vs. those that failed

19:00 – 22:00

Welcome dinner

Hosted by:
GPCA

Day 1 | Wednesday 8 December 2021

08:00 – 16:00

Registration

Sponsored by:
Sipchem

Welcome refreshments

Sponsored by:
chemanol

09:00 – 09:10

Curtain raiser and opening by Emcee

09:25 – 09:55

Keynote address: Reinventing progress in a post pandemic world 

09:55 – 10:35

GPCA Legacy Awards ceremony

The third edition of the GPCA Legacy Award “Al-Rowad” (الرّواد) will recognize H.R.H. Prince Faisal Bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz AI-Saud, Advisor to the Royal Court, Saudi Arabia and Former Advisor to the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, as well as H.E. Yousef Bin Omair, former Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Wealth, UAE, former Group CEO, ADNOC and Chairman, Borouge. The two leaders will be awarded for their contributions to the growth and development of the chemical industry in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, respectively. They will be honored as Arabian Gulf Chemical Pioneers at a special award ceremony during the 15th Annual GPCA Forum.

10:35 – 11:05

Inauguration of exhibition and networking break

Social networking

11:05 – 11:45

Recognition of former members of the GPCA Board of Directors

Sponsored by:
chemanol

Session 1: Strengthening the recovery through value-creation

The pandemic has disrupted the way businesses function and has transformed the idea of leadership. In these dynamic and uncertain circumstances, industry leaders are focused on future-proofing their organizations, leading with empathy, and redefining strategic goals to thrive in the ‘new reality’. While the time is now to sustain and emerge stronger, making this turnaround requires innovation to develop agile business models and a long-term focus on sustainability.

The chemical industry plays a vital role in building a sustainable world post-pandemic. Adopting a multi-pronged approach with collaboration and innovation at the heart of recovery, will ensure we build an industry, one which is resilient and sustainable.

Meet the movers and shakers of the global chemical industry during an exclusive C-level session which will address the importance of ‘Strengthening the recovery through value-creation’.

11:45 – 12:05

Reliance Oil to Chemicals – Journey of sustainable value creation

12:05 – 12:25

Shaping a future-positive revolution for plastics

12:25 – 12:40

Panel discussion and Q&A

12:40 – 14:00

Networking lunch and prayer break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
Aramco

Knowledge Partner Seminars

14:00 – 14:30

Petrochemicals Excellence: What it takes to win!

The global petrochemicals industry has enjoyed prolonged growth in the last decade and its value pool grew by 8 percent per annum. More recently the industry is experiencing high margins driven by robust demand and supply disruptions. However, in the coming years, significant capacity additions and slowing demand growth are expected to cause the industry value pool to decline.

Petrochemicals players who will focus on capturing their full potential will be able to outperform the rest of the market. Capturing full potential by petrochemicals players requires achieving excellence across all the functions including operations, maintenance, reliability, supply chain, procurement, CAPEX and people and follow a rigorous process to realize the full potential.

 

In this seminar, thought-leaders from McKinsey & Company will share their thoughts on:

  • The industry context and expected market evolution in the coming decade
  • Introduce a set of best practices, tools and recipe that can help the industry leaders prepare for the challenge ahead and outperform the market by continued and holistic focus on performance excellence across functions.
  • The formula to achieve excellence across all the functions including operations, maintenance, reliability, supply chain, procurement, capex and people as well as the need to follow a rigorous process to realize the full potential.

Transitioning to circular plastics

The plastics pollution challenge has seen the plastics industry increasingly held to account. This seminar led by ICIS will examine the industry’s progress in developing circular plastic solutions and the likely pace of change ahead. It will shed light on the:

  • Collected waste shortages across polymer markets with the rising competition for waste volumes from mechanical and chemical recyclers
  • Structural barriers to food-grade recycled material growth in Europe and the potential threat of substitution to less sustainable packaging materials
  • The disconnect of recycled and virgin prices and volatility of prices
  • The current evolutionary state of chemical recycling and potential contribution to sustainability targets

15:00 – 15:20

Networking Break

15:20 – 15:50

Moving mountains: Will chemical recycling help solve the plastic waste crisis?

This interactive seminar led by IHS Markit will showcase case studies of leading technology licensors and conceptual large-scale plants providing technology for chemical recycling of plastics. As we witness the announcements for a number of commercial scale chemical recycling plants around the world, key challenges related to economics remain.

The seminar will answer the below questions:

  • What are the economics for small scale chemical recycling?
  • What are the challenges for commercialization of large-scale pyrolysis units?
  • How do the economics compare with small-scale pyrolysis modular units?

15:50 – 16:20

Carbon border adjustment schemes: a golden opportunity for Middle East producers of petrochemicals and polymers?

The EU and USA are studying schemes to levy import duties on industrial commodities with advantaged prices and higher carbon footprints. Middle East producers, with investment in solar energy, e-cracker technology powered by renewable (solar) electricity could command premium pricing for similar products in those markets by offering competitive materials with a lower CO2 footprint.

Argus Media will be delivering their insights on this timely subject, delving deeper into:

  • New levies on industrial commodities with advantaged prices and higher carbon footprints
  • Investments by Middle East petrochemical producers in solar and e-cracker technology
  • Opportunity and roadmap to offer competitive materials with a lower CO2 footprint

19:00 – 22:00

Gala dinner

Social networking

Sponsored by:
SABIC

Day 2 | Thursday 9 December 2021

08:00 – 12:00

Registration

Sponsored by:
Sipchem

Welcome refreshments

Sponsored by:
chemanol

09:00 – 09:10

Welcome and recap of day 1

09:10 – 09:35

Keynote address: The energy transition and a new paradigm for the chemical industry

The chemical and advanced materials sector is now facing one of the greatest challenges in its evolution: achieving a net-zero GHG emissions in about three decades while guaranteeing a supply of materials essential to life. The last two years created an invaluable opportunity for the sector: increased the urgency of individual actions, underlined the importance of collaboration and highlighted the critical nature of every sector in increasing societal resilience. How can these new conditions catalyze the redefinition of the chemical industry

Strategic dialogue

09:50 – 10:20

Strategic dialogue: Sustainable finance: A key enabler for a purpose-driven, future industry

The pandemic has turned out to be a watershed moment for businesses, societies, and governments. In the wake of the economic instability, organizations are focused on navigating through the ‘new normal’ while also balancing the sustainability agenda. As businesses recover, it is critical to ensure that socially responsible and impact-creating projects are receiving the optimal level of funding and financial support. With companies trying to jump-start their business, sustainable finance and investment will be a key enabler of change to build a better future.

This strategic dialogue will host visionary leaders from the region and beyond in a session titled, ‘Sustainable finance: A key enabler for a purpose-driven, future industry’ and will share:

  • Financing plans for the present and the future in the region and globally
  • Insights on how the pandemic has transformed the appetite for ESG
  • Examine the evolving role of governments to boost the growth of sustainable finance and how do you marry profitability and socially impactful projects

10:35 – 11:05

Networking break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

11:05 – 11:45

Beyond the pandemic – The GCC perspective to creating resilient, purpose-driven and high-performing organization

The GCC region has emerged as one of the strongest to recover from the adverse impacts of the pandemic, enhancing its resilience, agility and digital capability. Although this has been one of the sternest leadership tests, it prepared leaders to embrace a new reality, fuelled with a renewed sense of responsibility, humility and bravery.

Like with other industries, the pandemic has impacted the chemical sector, but has opened a new set of opportunities and produced positive results for many companies across the industry and its value chain. The focus on sustainability has been stronger than ever. This has led the chemical industry to explore decarbonization technologies, spur investments in renewables, embrace digital business models and embrace a people-first agenda.

The strategic session will bring together GCC industry leaders in an enlightening dialogue ‘Beyond the pandemic – The GCC perspective to creating resilient, purpose-driven and high-performing organization’.

Join them as they share:

  • Leadership lessons and tactics adopted during the pandemic
  • Discover how they found the balance between operations, finance, and people
  • The accelerating trends – What changed and what lies ahead?
  • Learn from what they did differently, as well as their plans to outmanoeuvre potential future disruptions

 

11:45 – 12:00

Q&A session

12:00 – 12:20

Closing remarks

12:20 – 14:00

Networking lunch and prayer break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
rcjy

Day 0 | Tuesday 7 December 2021

09:00 – 18:00

15th edition Leaders of Tomorrow program

Day 1 | Wednesday 8 December 2021

09:00 – 16:30

15th edition Leaders of Tomorrow program

7 December 2021

Day 0 | Tuesday 7 December 2021

08:00 – 09:00

Networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

08:00 – 16:00

Registration

Sponsored by:
Sipchem

09:00 – 10:15

Masterclass 1: Realising the potential of Hydrogen – The fuel for a clean future economy

Clean hydrogen has been gaining significant traction across the world and has been identified as a key solution to achieve carbon neutrality. Whilst the investor community has its eyes set on new project announcements, certain aspects need to be addressed to maximize hydrogen’s potential, including the accessibility and the availability of infrastructure.

This strategic masterclass will address the potential of hydrogen in supporting the chemical industry’s transition to net-zero in the Middle East and around the world. Together with senior leaders from Saudi Aramco, Siemens Energy, Thyssenkrupp, ACWA Power and Accenture the session will shine its lens on:

  • The potential of renewable hydrogen in decarbonizing industry value chains
  • The necessary conditions required to drive the business case for renewable hydrogen
  • Examine what’s at stake for the chemical industry in the deployment of a hydrogen economy

10:15 – 10:45

Networking break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

10:45 – 12:00

Masterclass 2: Stepping up the ESG game – How will it influence the value of chemical companies?

As a part of the energy transition, the global chemical industry must transform to meet the world’s climate goals and transition towards a more sustainable, carbon-neutral future. Measuring companies’ ESG performance will be considered crucial for strategic business and investment decisions, while further stringent governmental policy, as well as changing customer preferences and demographics will require chemical companies to remain innovative and overcome challenges to seize new market opportunities. Incorporating ESG strategies will help build competitive advantage and advance the industry’s sustainability agenda.

This masterclass led by S&P Global Platts will delve deeper on:

  • Outlook for global chemicals in the post-Covid landscape: A snapshot of 2022 market expectations
  • The role of chemicals in the energy transition: sustainability shift in plastics, decarbonization, circular economy, and the evolution of hydrogen
  • What is the ESG impact on the value of chemicals? Strategies to overcome the risks and challenges, minimize losses and create added value

12:00 – 13:15

Networking lunch and prayer break

Social networking

13:15 – 14:30

Masterclass 3: From survival to revival – Rebounding stronger through supply chain resilience

Global organizations have been forced to adapt to COVID-19 but challenges from supply chain disruptions are far from over. Megatrends including climate change, geopolitical tensions and emerging technologies are driving the need for continuous upgrades to contingency plans.

Kearney, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, has developed the resiliency compass – a unique framework aimed to enable organizations in identifying priorities, manage risks, and confidently define sustainable strategies to navigate disruption and uncertainty.

This strategic masterclass will feature senior executives from Kearney, BDP International, Maersk and AD Ports Group, and will tackle the below questions:

  • What is supply chain resilience and why is it more important than ever?
  • What are some of the strategies organizations deploy to build supply chain resilience and strengthen competitive advantage in the long-term?
  • How can organizations design and operate a resilient supply chain based on intelligent trade-offs between service and profitability?

14:30 – 15:00

Networking Break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

15:00 – 16:15

Masterclass 4: Leveraging technology post-crisis – The compass to guide new growth

Chemical companies had already embarked on the digital journey; however, the pandemic accelerated its pace of transformation, creating a host of new opportunities for the downstream hydrocarbon industry. Most global companies have already launched initiatives and use-cases in various core areas from R&D to operations, to marketing and sales and experimented the launch of new and innovative business models such as digital marketplaces.

Exponential and experiential learning will define the competitive advantage of future companies. But, in order to truly exploit it, we need to change both on the technology and human dimensions. These big changes, require careful planning and execution.

This strategic masterclass, ‘Leveraging technology post-crisis: The compass to guide new growth’ will afford you the opportunity to:

  • Explore how and why the pandemic has accelerated the digital aspirations of companies
  • How technology and human capabilities will increasingly converge in what we call ‘a bionic company’
  • Explore the key success factors that set apart companies that successfully transformed through technology vs. those that failed

19:00 – 22:00

Welcome dinner

Hosted by:
GPCA
8 December 2021

Day 1 | Wednesday 8 December 2021

08:00 – 16:00

Registration

Sponsored by:
Sipchem

Welcome refreshments

Sponsored by:
chemanol

09:00 – 09:10

Curtain raiser and opening by Emcee

09:25 – 09:55

Keynote address: Reinventing progress in a post pandemic world 

09:55 – 10:35

GPCA Legacy Awards ceremony

The third edition of the GPCA Legacy Award “Al-Rowad” (الرّواد) will recognize H.R.H. Prince Faisal Bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz AI-Saud, Advisor to the Royal Court, Saudi Arabia and Former Advisor to the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, as well as H.E. Yousef Bin Omair, former Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Wealth, UAE, former Group CEO, ADNOC and Chairman, Borouge. The two leaders will be awarded for their contributions to the growth and development of the chemical industry in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, respectively. They will be honored as Arabian Gulf Chemical Pioneers at a special award ceremony during the 15th Annual GPCA Forum.

10:35 – 11:05

Inauguration of exhibition and networking break

Social networking

11:05 – 11:45

Recognition of former members of the GPCA Board of Directors

Sponsored by:
chemanol

Session 1: Strengthening the recovery through value-creation

The pandemic has disrupted the way businesses function and has transformed the idea of leadership. In these dynamic and uncertain circumstances, industry leaders are focused on future-proofing their organizations, leading with empathy, and redefining strategic goals to thrive in the ‘new reality’. While the time is now to sustain and emerge stronger, making this turnaround requires innovation to develop agile business models and a long-term focus on sustainability.

The chemical industry plays a vital role in building a sustainable world post-pandemic. Adopting a multi-pronged approach with collaboration and innovation at the heart of recovery, will ensure we build an industry, one which is resilient and sustainable.

Meet the movers and shakers of the global chemical industry during an exclusive C-level session which will address the importance of ‘Strengthening the recovery through value-creation’.

11:45 – 12:05

Reliance Oil to Chemicals – Journey of sustainable value creation

12:05 – 12:25

Shaping a future-positive revolution for plastics

12:25 – 12:40

Panel discussion and Q&A

12:40 – 14:00

Networking lunch and prayer break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
Aramco

Knowledge Partner Seminars

14:00 – 14:30

Petrochemicals Excellence: What it takes to win!

The global petrochemicals industry has enjoyed prolonged growth in the last decade and its value pool grew by 8 percent per annum. More recently the industry is experiencing high margins driven by robust demand and supply disruptions. However, in the coming years, significant capacity additions and slowing demand growth are expected to cause the industry value pool to decline.

Petrochemicals players who will focus on capturing their full potential will be able to outperform the rest of the market. Capturing full potential by petrochemicals players requires achieving excellence across all the functions including operations, maintenance, reliability, supply chain, procurement, CAPEX and people and follow a rigorous process to realize the full potential.

 

In this seminar, thought-leaders from McKinsey & Company will share their thoughts on:

  • The industry context and expected market evolution in the coming decade
  • Introduce a set of best practices, tools and recipe that can help the industry leaders prepare for the challenge ahead and outperform the market by continued and holistic focus on performance excellence across functions.
  • The formula to achieve excellence across all the functions including operations, maintenance, reliability, supply chain, procurement, capex and people as well as the need to follow a rigorous process to realize the full potential.

Transitioning to circular plastics

The plastics pollution challenge has seen the plastics industry increasingly held to account. This seminar led by ICIS will examine the industry’s progress in developing circular plastic solutions and the likely pace of change ahead. It will shed light on the:

  • Collected waste shortages across polymer markets with the rising competition for waste volumes from mechanical and chemical recyclers
  • Structural barriers to food-grade recycled material growth in Europe and the potential threat of substitution to less sustainable packaging materials
  • The disconnect of recycled and virgin prices and volatility of prices
  • The current evolutionary state of chemical recycling and potential contribution to sustainability targets

15:00 – 15:20

Networking Break

15:20 – 15:50

Moving mountains: Will chemical recycling help solve the plastic waste crisis?

This interactive seminar led by IHS Markit will showcase case studies of leading technology licensors and conceptual large-scale plants providing technology for chemical recycling of plastics. As we witness the announcements for a number of commercial scale chemical recycling plants around the world, key challenges related to economics remain.

The seminar will answer the below questions:

  • What are the economics for small scale chemical recycling?
  • What are the challenges for commercialization of large-scale pyrolysis units?
  • How do the economics compare with small-scale pyrolysis modular units?

15:50 – 16:20

Carbon border adjustment schemes: a golden opportunity for Middle East producers of petrochemicals and polymers?

The EU and USA are studying schemes to levy import duties on industrial commodities with advantaged prices and higher carbon footprints. Middle East producers, with investment in solar energy, e-cracker technology powered by renewable (solar) electricity could command premium pricing for similar products in those markets by offering competitive materials with a lower CO2 footprint.

Argus Media will be delivering their insights on this timely subject, delving deeper into:

  • New levies on industrial commodities with advantaged prices and higher carbon footprints
  • Investments by Middle East petrochemical producers in solar and e-cracker technology
  • Opportunity and roadmap to offer competitive materials with a lower CO2 footprint

19:00 – 22:00

Gala dinner

Social networking

Sponsored by:
SABIC
9 December 2021

Day 2 | Thursday 9 December 2021

08:00 – 12:00

Registration

Sponsored by:
Sipchem

Welcome refreshments

Sponsored by:
chemanol

09:00 – 09:10

Welcome and recap of day 1

09:10 – 09:35

Keynote address: The energy transition and a new paradigm for the chemical industry

The chemical and advanced materials sector is now facing one of the greatest challenges in its evolution: achieving a net-zero GHG emissions in about three decades while guaranteeing a supply of materials essential to life. The last two years created an invaluable opportunity for the sector: increased the urgency of individual actions, underlined the importance of collaboration and highlighted the critical nature of every sector in increasing societal resilience. How can these new conditions catalyze the redefinition of the chemical industry

Strategic dialogue

09:50 – 10:20

Strategic dialogue: Sustainable finance: A key enabler for a purpose-driven, future industry

The pandemic has turned out to be a watershed moment for businesses, societies, and governments. In the wake of the economic instability, organizations are focused on navigating through the ‘new normal’ while also balancing the sustainability agenda. As businesses recover, it is critical to ensure that socially responsible and impact-creating projects are receiving the optimal level of funding and financial support. With companies trying to jump-start their business, sustainable finance and investment will be a key enabler of change to build a better future.

This strategic dialogue will host visionary leaders from the region and beyond in a session titled, ‘Sustainable finance: A key enabler for a purpose-driven, future industry’ and will share:

  • Financing plans for the present and the future in the region and globally
  • Insights on how the pandemic has transformed the appetite for ESG
  • Examine the evolving role of governments to boost the growth of sustainable finance and how do you marry profitability and socially impactful projects

10:35 – 11:05

Networking break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
chemanol

11:05 – 11:45

Beyond the pandemic – The GCC perspective to creating resilient, purpose-driven and high-performing organization

The GCC region has emerged as one of the strongest to recover from the adverse impacts of the pandemic, enhancing its resilience, agility and digital capability. Although this has been one of the sternest leadership tests, it prepared leaders to embrace a new reality, fuelled with a renewed sense of responsibility, humility and bravery.

Like with other industries, the pandemic has impacted the chemical sector, but has opened a new set of opportunities and produced positive results for many companies across the industry and its value chain. The focus on sustainability has been stronger than ever. This has led the chemical industry to explore decarbonization technologies, spur investments in renewables, embrace digital business models and embrace a people-first agenda.

The strategic session will bring together GCC industry leaders in an enlightening dialogue ‘Beyond the pandemic – The GCC perspective to creating resilient, purpose-driven and high-performing organization’.

Join them as they share:

  • Leadership lessons and tactics adopted during the pandemic
  • Discover how they found the balance between operations, finance, and people
  • The accelerating trends – What changed and what lies ahead?
  • Learn from what they did differently, as well as their plans to outmanoeuvre potential future disruptions

 

11:45 – 12:00

Q&A session

12:00 – 12:20

Closing remarks

12:20 – 14:00

Networking lunch and prayer break

Social networking

Sponsored by:
rcjy
Leaders Of Tomorrow

Day 0 | Tuesday 7 December 2021

09:00 – 18:00

15th edition Leaders of Tomorrow program

Day 1 | Wednesday 8 December 2021

09:00 – 16:30

15th edition Leaders of Tomorrow program