Welcome to an evening with Stockholm Business School and the Swedish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce
On Tuesday, May 23rd a delegation of Swedish executives from approximately 25 Swedish firms will be visiting Lisbon, as part of their Executive MBA activity at Stockholm University, to better understand the trade and business dynamics of the city. The visit to Lisbon is arranged in cooperation with Nova School of Business and Economics and the Swedish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce.
This evening event, organized jointly by Stockholm University and the Swedish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, will bring executives from both countries together with a view to sharing experiences, and perspectives, on trade and business across borders.
CLS and Stockholm University look forward to invite you all to participate in what promises to be an evening of interesting discussions.
19.00 - Registration & Welcome Drink
19.40 - Welcoming Words, Jennifer Ekström - President of the Swedish Portuguese Chamber of Commerce & Ian Richardson – Director Executive Education Stockholm Business School
20.00 - Speaker: Paula Marques, Director for Business Transformation, Executive Education at NOVA School of Business and Economics. Author of “The Age of Super Humans”.
20.30 - Q&A
20.45 - Food and mingle; finger food and wine for further discussions and networking
Paula Marques, Director for Business Transformation, Executive Education at NOVA School of Business and Economics. Author of “The Age of Super Humans”.
Paula has extensive experience from the auditing & consulting and private equity & investment banking sector, and previous to her current position she has been Head of Innovation at MERCER as well as Executive Director for Custom Solutions at Porto Business School. Her academic background lies within Economics and Data Science.
Paula’s current research focuses on:
i) “How Humans Learn?” – A project which pools, among others, research from neuroscience, sociology, anthropology, psychology, and biology.
ii) The “Future of Work” project. In a world where humans and machines work together, what strategies should humans follow to stay relevant in the future?
More so, Paula Marques is an entrepreneur who owns a publishing company, where she operates as an editor of an 86-year-old print magazine specialized in sea issues. In 2018, Paula alongside with Ricardo Cayolla, launched the book “The Age of Super Humans”.