Digital Sustainability 2019

We are happy if you are able to join us in Cybercom Digital Sustainability afternoon!

In the event, you will learn and get input how to put digital sustainability to the core in organizations and use it as a driver for business and innovation.

You will also hear Cybercom sustainability expert Dennis Pamlin to share his experiences in working with sustainability thinking in business development.

Date: Tuesday 12.2.2019 at 13:30–15:30
Venue: Urho Kekkosen katu 2 C, Helsinki - Cybercom's office


13:30 Welcome and networking

13:45 Net-positive, Case Husqvarna and the Cybercom SPRING model for discovering the opportunities of digital sustainability

14:30 Sustainability in Cybercom: What we do and how sustainability is part of our daily business

15:00 Discussions & closure

Dennis Pamlin

Dennis Pamlin is an entrepreneur and founder of 21st Century Frontiers. His main skill is work with companies, governments and other organisations as a strategic economic, technology and innovation advisor in the area of sustainability. His background is in engineering, industrial economy and marketing.

Mr Pamlin worked as Global Policy Advisor for WWF from 1999 to 2009. During his tenure, Pamlin initiated WWFs Trade and Investment Programme work in the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) and led the work with companies (especially high-tech companies such as ICT) as solution providers.

From 2010 to 2013 he was the Director for the Low Carbon Leaders Project under the UN Global Compact.
Besides working in Cybercom, he is currently a Senior Associate at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Senior Advisor at RISE, a visiting research fellow at the Research Center of Journalism and Social Development at Renmin university, and advisor to Centre for Sustainable Development at Confederation of Indian Industries (CII).



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