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1 Women s Forum Global Meeting November 2 December 2016, Deauville, France Is the sharing economy a sharing world? Version of 1 Dec., 2016 The sharing economy has been heralded as a business mega-trend, with global revenues set to rise from USD 15 billion today to USD 335 billion by And it s not in just the United States where collaborative consumption and P2P exchanges through technology have taken hold. In Europe, Brazil (indeed, much of Latin America), and even China, people are proving happy to hop into strangers cars, welcome them into their homes, eat food in their dining rooms, and rent them clothing, cars, boats, and power tools. The 2016 Women s Forum Global Meeting takes up the implications of the sharing economy mega-trend for traditionally organized sectors and industries and for how we work as well as consume. There s a clearly apparent difference between sharing economy business practices and visions of collaborative societies, though. Thus our theme for this 12 th edition of the Women s Forum Global Meeting Is the sharing economy a sharing world? and the three pillars planned around this theme: 1. The sharing economy and the sharing world: A critical exploration of the sharing economy, what is and what is not sharing about it, and why it has quickly became so popular. How does it work? How is it transforming work and destabilizing industries and sectors? And how are traditional businesses reconfiguring themselves in response? Also featuring sharing economy unicorns and new applications of note. 2. The collaborative cutting edge: Debates on collaborative policies and on developments and trends of consequence for political, social and environmental collaboration. Including sessions on global warming and refugees, science and technology in the sharing space (agriculture, energy, health), and new collaborative urban designs. 3. Leading for new economic opportunities for women: The latest on efforts to advance equal opportunities for all in our economies and societies, and how we can better collaborate for further progress for women and girls. Featuring the CEO Champions initiative; engagement with Gen Y women and men leaders; the opportunity to discuss with members of the Women s Forum Special Delegations from Canada and the Philippines; and sessions bringing to the Global Meeting speakers and insights from our regional Meetings in Dubai, Mexico and Mauritius. This year we again proudly offer The Discovery, the Women s Forum s signature space for networking and highimpact small sessions co-created with partner organizations. We will also stage, at stakeholders request, Women s Forum Happenings: interactively designed, peer-to-peer and expert-led workshops and special events aimed at providing a return on investment for our careers, business goals, and social objectives. Many of these sessions are being developed as part of the 2016 Women s Forum Global Meeting programme pillars. Throughout, our aim is to ensure that delegates meet and communicate, that they listen and are heard, and that they exchange across countries and regions, sectors and orientations, generations and genders. And we are incorporating Gen Y leaders into this programme alongside their established counterparts. How else to understand a key force driving the sharing economy, or to probe the sharing culture s prospects as well as limitations? Following: the 2016 programme and list of confirmed speakers. 1

2 The sharing economy and the sharing world A sharing economy? Business in society: Contributing to create social value Financial services meet the sharing economy The gig economy is/is not revolutionizing the world of work What the sharing economy looks like outside Europe and North America Re-learning how to share Women working in the sharing economy Leading with relational intelligence Connecting your personal brand & purpose to a company vision Reinventing organizations: The freedom to set goals, form teams, and create Beyond the headlines: The blockchain story retold The collaborative cutting edge Taking on the new economy Sharing the responsibilities for Europe Practicing the community-based new economy Investing for human and natural resilience Crossing the divide: Corporate-NGO partnerships that work for women B Corps: What s working and not for combining profits and purpose? Redesigning cities in the era of collaboration Why are refugees only bad news today? The sharing economy within the art world Defending your digital self Money, money, money... Construct and share your story with LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Survival of the friendliest Overhauling democracy Our future in Europe Leading for new economic opportunities for women Amazing Women All aboard for gender diversity: Building support among women and men Women in Sport Why I am a feminist What America's choice means for women New at the top Creating new opportunities for women-led businesses Next generation leadership How can we as influencers better promote women s entrepreneurship in new sectors? Why is North America falling behind on boards? Opening new economic opportunities for women in emerging markets Empowering women entrepreneurs to take risks Being safe on the streets Advocating for Filipino migrant workers rights Women and Men: Film screening and conversation with the director, Frédérique Bedos CEO Champions peer-peer meeting 2

3 The Discovery The sharing economy and the sharing world On the way to digital Rising to the challenges of digital disruption The art of pattern recognition: Investing in a connected world The sharing economy: What's in it for women? Women in Innovation: WE Hackaton 2016 The collaborative cutting edge A global commitment to fighting childhood cancer A virtual nurse s program to empower patients Brexit: The journey begins FinTech and InsurTech: Staying ahead of the game Helping women communicate from a #PositionOfStrength How do family-led businesses fulfil their CSR mandates? How do new business models and technologies create social impact? Sharing and engaging for a hungerfree world Smart Cities, but what about the Smart Citizen? Speak up online: Coaching by Twitter Sport as a vehicle for stability, peace and happiness The future of mobility is now! Leading for new economic opportunities for women 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup: A milestone for gender parity? Achieving balance: Flexible work opportunities for women Case study: Bringing more women into tech Closing the retirement gap: The silent battle for gender parity Entrepreneurial spirit: Women on the move Executive presentations: Standing out and building your personal brand Getting to the top and staying there How does better gender balance boost innovation? How to bring more women to the sci-tech workforce? Listening to women entrepreneurs Re-inventing the workplace to unlock gender diversity potential Record-breakers and role models: Women in sport Shifting gears: When athletes become entrepreneurs 3

4 All speakers listed in this programme are confirmed; other names will be added as confirmations are received November 30 12:00-14:00 Villa le Cercle Cocktail reception hosted by the City of Deauville Our traditional pre-meeting gathering to greet old friends and start making new ones. Global Meeting badge mandatory for access 12:30-14:00 Women s Forum Happenings For those who prefer to start the Meeting with more focused conversations, we also offer lunchtime workshops with brown bag lunches provided. Space is limited and registration will be required. Room Le Touquet Normandy Hotel Connecting your personal brand & purpose to a company vision The fourth industrial revolution is forcing revaluation of career paths and ways to travel them. Take off your 'professional hat', and go to the root of what makes up your personal brand, to help form the basis for your future decisions. Session leader: Melody Hossaini, Founder & Director, InspirEngage International Room Cannes Normandy Hotel Reinventing organizations: The freedom to set goals, form teams, and create A hands-on discussion of the limitations of old ways of managing, and the potential of freedom-based management principles to make work less stressful and more meaningful while improving organizational performance. Sessions leaders: Armelle Carminati-Rabasse, Chairman, Commission Innovation Sociale & Managériale, MEDEF Marion Darrieutort, CEO, Elan Edelman Room Dinard Normandy Hotel Women and Men: Film screening and conversation with the director, Frédérique Bedos Selected for the Cannes Film Festival and the Deauville Green Awards, Women and Men paints a powerful picture of women s situation today. It brings out the multiple consequences of gender inequality for the economies and societies of countries worldwide, and foregrounds the many benefits that come from ensuring the fundamental right to equality. The film will be shown in its original French version, with English subtitles. Frédérique Bedos, Documentary filmmaker and Founder, Le Projet Imagine-The Humble Heroes 14:30-15:00 Women s Forum Global Meeting Official welcome: MC and the president of the Women s Forum for the Economy & Society MC: Gillian Martin Mehers, Founder and Director, Bright Green Learning Clara Gaymard, President, Women s Forum for the Economy & Society Room Deauville Normandy Hotel Our future in Europe "It takes great courage to see the world in all of its tainted glory, and still to love it." - Oscar Wilde. Join this lunchtime debate to have your say and be heard during table conversations on topics such as the political forces underlying Brexit, and where they might lead; how the EU might reinvigorate confidence, trust and interest in its policies; and what needs to change in Europe to foster business innovation and have it connect with economic growth and employment? Registered participants will be able to sign up for their preferred topics on politics, policy or innovation. Session leader: Julia Harrison, Senior Managing Partner, FTI Consulting 4

5 15:00-15:55 A sharing economy? A roundtable to challenge us on what exactly is collaborative consumption and the sharing economy. Shellie Karabell, Contributor, Forbes.com Denis Duverne, Chairman of the Board of Directors, AXA Giana M. Eckhardt, Professor of Marketing, Royal Holloway, University of London Monique F. Leroux, President of the International Co-operative Alliance, Chair of the Board of Directors of Investissement Québec and Chair of the Advisory Board on Economy and Innovation for the Government of Quebec Benita Matofska, Founder and Chief Sharer, The People Who Share 15:55-16:30 Business in society: Contributing to create social value How are global corporations like Sodexo and Sanofi engaging to create social value within countries and for communities and their own employees? Barbara Stewart, Global Researcher & author, Rich Thinking series Keynote interview: Michel Landel, CEO, Director and Chairman of the Executive Committee, Sodexo Keynote interview: Anne C. Beal, Chief Patient Officer, Sanofi 16:30-17:15 Financial services meet the sharing economy Finance is one of the latest sectors to feel the heat of the sharing economy. What challenges and opportunities have been created for this sector? Are transparency and trust really so much better achieved via P2P finance? What about larger social goals: is collaborative finance demonstrably doing better at achieving these? Nicola Clark, Journalist Christine Farnish, Chair, Peer-to-Peer Finance Association Jean Lemierre, Chairman, BNP Paribas Fanny Letier, Executive Director, Small and mid-caps ; SME and mid-caps accelerator programs, Bpifrance, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent 17:15-17:45 Networking break 5

6 17:45-18:30 Blue agora What the sharing economy looks like outside Europe and North America Do P2P platforms, renting your assets and down time also make good consumer and business sense in Africa, Asia, or Latin America? Find out from three emerging market entrepreneurs working in the sharing space. Elena Giroli, UK connector, Ouishare Arianne David, Co-founder and Head of Values & Culture, OLX Alba Medina, Entrepreneur and Investor, and Rising Talent alumna Kayli Vee Levitan, Co-founder, The Street Store, and Creative Group Head / Copywriter, M&C Saatchi Abel 17:45-18:30 Purple agora Investing for human and natural resilience Join this session for a different conversation about how people can invest as active players to make their communities and the world more resilient, strengthening the human and natural systems upon which all life depends. Liz Zeidler, Chair, Bristol Green Capital Partnership and Founding Director, Happy City Michael Kramer, Founder, Natural Investments, and Co-author, The Resilient Investor: A Plan for Your Life, Not Just Your Money 17:45-18:30 Red agora Empowering women entrepreneurs to take risks Hosted by AXA A hands-on discussion of the challenges women entrepreneurs face, especially in emerging economies. What are the risks which hold back women from creating or expanding their businesses, and how can innovative insurance programs offset these risks? Henriette Kolb, Head of the Gender Secretariat, IFC Dawn Miller, President & CEO, AXA Insurance Company US 17:45-18:30 Yellow agora Practising the community-based new economy An exploration of some of the most innovative localist approaches to live better while balancing our production and consumption with the environment. Emelia Arthur, Advisor to the President of Ghana Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, Boston College 17:30-19:30 Room Deauville Normandy Hotel CEO Champions peer-peer meeting By invitation only 17:45-18:30 Amphitheatre How to bring more women to the sci-tech workforce? Hosted by the partners of The Lab Find out what corporations are doing - but still need to do better - to attract women to the science and technology workforce. Listen to and dialogue with outstanding speakers from leading firms in the field who will share their experience and stories. Sophie Gourmelen, Managing Director, Le Parisien Introduced by: Nina Miolane, PhD Candidate at INRIA and Stanford University; L Oréal-UNESCO 2016 Fellow Stefanie Daehne, Refinery Manager, Fos-sur-Mer, ExxonMobil Bénédicte Javelot, Chief Strategy Officer, Orange Group Catherine Ladousse, Executive Director communications EMEA, Lenovo and President, Association Cercle InterElles Tanja Vainio, Managing Director, ABB Czech Rep 17:45-18:30 Odeon Listening to women entrepreneurs The road to entrepreneurial success has many twists and turns. How to encourage more women to stay the course? Do women have access to what they need to become successful entrepreneurs? Hear from some women who started their own successful businesses: tips, tricks and lessons learned. Find out what they wish they knew before they started, and hear about the creative solutions they found along the way. Delphine Remy-Boutang, Founder the bureau and JFD Connect; cofounder Journée de la Femme Digitale Anne Boring, Researcher in Economics at Sciences Po, OFCE-Pressage Cécile Brosset, Director, Innovation Development and Director of the BPI France Hub Anisha Singh, Founder & CEO, mydala.com, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Nora Touré, Founder, Women in 3D Printing 6

7 17:45-18:30 The Lab Smart Cities, but what about the Smart Citizen? Hosted by Vitra & JCDecaux Looking at what so-called Smart Cities can actually offer the people who live in them. What are the new ways of living and new ways of organizing cities? What about co-working and co-living? Isabelle de Ponfilly, Managing Director, Vitra France, President of the Board, ENSAD (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs), President of the Board, ISTEC (Business School) Odile Decq, Principal, Studio Odile DECQ architects urbanistes; Founder and President, Confluence Institute for Innovation and Creative Strategies in Architecture Isabelle Schlumberger, Executive Vice President Sales and Development, JCDecaux 17:45-18:30 Sanofi corner A virtual nurses program to empower patients Hosted by Sanofi Chronic diseases are by far the leading cause of mortality in the world, representing 60% of all deaths. TAVIE is a web-based intervention program to help people managing chronic health conditions. A "virtual nurse" supports the development and reinforcement of patients skills and self-education, and ensures that the patient is active in the process. José Côté, Principal Scientist and Professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Montréal- Founding member of TAVIE Jan Liska, Head of Patient Centricity Strategy, Sanofi 17:45-18:30 Women in Sport hub Shifting gears: When athletes become entrepreneurs Hosted by La Française des Jeux How to promote women's entrepreneurship within the sport-related start-up community? Presentation of a pre-incubation program called Les Sprinteuses with Paris Pionnières. Featuring Sarah Ourahmoune, entrepreneur, silver medalist at the Rio Olympic Games, and President-Founder of Boxer Inside. Sarah Ourahmoune, Female boxer, Silver medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics and President-Founder, Boxer Inside Caroline Ramade, General Delegate, Paris Pionnières 17:45-18:30 Orange corner Women in Innovation: WE Hackathon 2016 Hosted by Orange Are women at the heart of new economic models? Definitely! Taking digital innovation to the next level in the sharing economy with women leading the way: this session features projects selected by a jury from the WE* collective through Imagine with Orange, a crowdsourcing platform for innovation and a launchpad for entrepreneurs. *The WE collective includes organisations (Orange, the Women s Forum, Le Monde, Accor, CEA, Global Compact, Cercle InterElles, Essec, Kyosei L, Simplon, JFDConnect) from diverse sectors who choose to commit in an open and creative way to equality for women, and the promotion of co-education in digital technologies. Roxane Adle Aiguier, Gender Equality Director, Orange Christine Albanel, Vice-President in charge of CSR, Diversity, Partnerships and Philanthropy, Orange and Deputy Chairman of the Orange Foundation Jacqueline Franjou, CEO, Women s Forum for the Economy & Society Anne-Marie Jonquière, Senior Change Manager and leader of the women s network, CEA; Member of the management team, Cercle Inter'Elles Christine Rabret, Diversity Director, Orange 18:30-18:45 Room change 7

8 18:45-19:45 The gig economy is/is not revolutionizing the world of work There s no doubt that the freelance or gig economy is on the rise as part of the sharing economy. What s pushing and pulling so many people especially Gen Y-ers into becoming small-scale entrepreneurs? And what could this trend mean for regular work who has and does not have it and for work contracts and social security provision in different contexts? Maria Livanos Cattaui, Former Secretary General, International Chamber of Commerce, and Member, Women s Forum Program Committee Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, Boston College Marco Torregrossa, Secretary General, European Forum of Independent Professionals Agata Wejman, Director and Head of EU Public Policy and Government Relations, Uber 19:45-22:30 Dining Hall Opening Dinner Sophie Lambin, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Kite Global Advisors Keynote speaker: Isabelle Kocher, CEO, Engie December 1 08:30-09:35 MC conversation with the audience and Taking on the new economy Corporate leaders and strategic advisors discuss the changes in mindsets, business plans, R & D and marketing need to address the sectoral challenges created by sharing economy companies. Jürgen Hecker, Senior Economics Editor, AFP Tamsyn Attiwell, Vice President, Global Services EMEA, Zuora Mari-Noëlle Jego-Laveissière, Executive Vice-President Innovation, Marketing and Technologies, Orange Estelle Metayer, President and CEO, Competia, Member of the Board, Zag Bank and BRP, and Member, Women s Forum Program Committee Maria A. Ressa, Journalist and CEO, Rappler 8

9 09:35-10:00 All aboard for gender diversity: Building support among women and men Hosted by the CEO Champions Initiative Kimberly Conniff Taber, Culture Editor, International New York Times Louis Desazars, President and CEO, Shiseido Group EMEA Sandrine Devillard, Director, McKinsey & Company France Muriel Pénicaud, French Ambassador for International Investment and CEO, Business France 10:00-10:15 Transforming sport: Opportunity and visibility needed! Women in sport is a much-needed movement which is finally gaining ground, thanks to the vision and commitment of influencers like Stephane Pallez. An interview to officially launch the Women in Sport Initiative at the Global Meeting. Laura Meseguer, Presenter and Reporter, Eurosport Keynote speaker: Stéphane Pallez, Chairman and CEO, La Française des Jeux 10:15-10:55 Why I am a feminist In a solo interview and then in exchange with a pair of next-generation leaders: why a highly-acclaimed CEO is proud to call himself a feminist, and what this means for how he leads his company. Claire Doole, Founder & CEO, Claire Doole Communications Brandi DeCarli, Founding partner, Farm From a Box, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company Nang Lang Kham, Executive Director, KBZ Group, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent 10:55-11:20 Networking break 9

10 11:20-12:05 Blue agora B Corps: What s working and not for combining profits and purpose? B corps are for-profit corporations that include positive impact on society and the environment as well as profit-making goals. Find out about the movement now building momentum. Nina Gardner, Director, Strategy International, and Member, Women s Forum Program Committee Jostein Solheim, CEO, Ben & Jerry s 11:20-12:05 Red agora Women working in the sharing economy How are women involved in the sharing economy workforce today and looking forward, and what does this mean personally and in terms of education and labour force policies? Diane Bérard, Columnist, Les Affaires Benita Matofksa, Founder and Chief Sharer, The People Who Share Amanda Schneider, Founder, Contract Consulting Group, and Reporter, Huffington Post Andrew W. Wyckoff, Director, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD 11:20-12:05 Purple agora Redesigning cities in the era of collaboration From Vancouver to Paris: how collaborative consumption and the sharing economy are transforming urban transportation and other foci for city planning, and in the process remaking how groups and organizations come together to innovate. Liz Zeidler, Chair, Bristol Green Capital Partnership and Founding Director, Happy City Welcome remarks: Elisabeth Borne, President and CEO, RATP 11:20-12:05 Yellow agora Money, money, money... In conversation with a pair of champions for social change for youth: the recent evolution in giving, and the development of a positive mindset around social good. Emelia Arthur, Advisor to the President of Ghana Alexandre Mars, Founder & CEO, Epic Foundation Farah Mohamed, Founder & CEO, G(irls)20 Vanessa Timmer, Co-founder and Executive Director, One Earth 11:20-12:05 Amphitheatre The future of mobility is now! Hosted by Airbus Group, Keolis and Uber What is the future of urban transportation and mobility in general? What role does mobility play in the Human City? What are the main economic, technological, environmental and social drivers of future mobility? Discover some of the trends and innovations changing the way we move and live. Mary Crass, Head of Institutional Relations and Summit, ITF/OECD Antonio Costanzo, Head of Government Relations & Public Policy in France & Southern Europe Jean-Pierre Farandou, Chairman, Keolis Group Uma Subramanian, Head of Special Projects, A3, part of Airbus Group 11:20-12:05 Odeon Re-inventing the workplace to unlock gender diversity potential Hosted by McKinsey & Company` A new report by McKinsey shows that closing the labour participation gap, addressing part time and unpaid work, would not only help capture an additional GDP in Western Europe but also allow more women to sit in top management positions. However, the prevailing anytime performance model in corporations remains a key barrier for women facing the double burden of unpaid work. What public policies are needed to address this issue? How do we evolve the performance and leadership models to build more diversity and inclusiveness? Can we reshape the underlying social norms, attitudes and mind-sets regarding work-life balance choices? How can companies help? Louis Desazars, President and CEO, Shiseido Group EMEA Sandrine Devillard, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company Patty Hajdu, Canadian Minister of Status of Women Sandra Sancier-Sultan, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company 10

11 11:20-12:05 The Lab Rising to the challenges of digital disruption Hosted by Michelin In The Lab, our Discovery Hub dedicated to creativity, we will look at how traditionally configured companies are meeting the expectations of next-gen customers in a digitally disrupted world. Marine Aubin, Co-Chair, Girlz In Web Karine Morot-Gaudry, Marketing and Business Innovation Director, Michelin Travel Partner 11:20-12:05 Orange corner How does better gender balance boost innovation? Hosted by Orange Be among the first to discover the Gender Scan 2016 results regarding women in innovation. Gender Scan is the first worldwide survey that demonstrates how gender balanced teams provide more sustainable growth in science and technology. It also provides up-to-date insights on the pipeline; how and why women drop out of sci-tech education and jobs and the key levers to overcome this situation. Hear the testimonials of outstanding speakers from leading organizations on best practice. Claudine Schmuck, Consultant and Associate Director, Global Contact Christine Albanel, Vice-President in charge of CSR, Diversity, Partnerships and Philanthropy, Orange and Deputy Chairman of the Orange Foundation Mari-Noëlle Jego-Laveissière, Senior Executive Vice-President, Innovation, Marketing and Technologies, Orange Stéphane Pallez, Chairman and CEO, La Française des Jeux 11:20-12:05 The Lab The art of pattern recognition: Investing in a connected world Hosted by Airbus In 2003 William Gibson wrote We have no future because our present is too volatile. We have only risk management. The spinning of the given moment's scenarios. Pattern recognition. Fifteen years later his words feel even more relevant as we keep pace with an ever changing world. Investing in the future: in people, in technology, and in innovation means we have to get better at pattern recognition and acknowledging the human element in an increasingly digital world. Maryanna Saenko, Investment Partner, Airbus Ventures 12:05-12:20 Room change 11:20-12:05 Social Impact hub Sharing and engaging for a hunger-free world Hosted by Sodexo Hunger has been declining for 20 years: 19% of the world's population was afflicted in the 1990s compared with just over 10% today. At this time we must not only feed the world; we must seize the opportunity to free people from hunger once and for all. Find out how one global non-profit organization is taking action to eradicate hunger within the next few years. Mathilde Loing, Director, Europe, Stop Hunger Clodine Pincemin, Group Executive Vice President Corporate Giving Programs, Sodexo 11:20-12:05 Women in Sport hub 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup: A milestone for gender parity? Hosted by the Fédération Française de Football (FFF) In March 2015 France won the right to host the quadrennial FIFA Women's World Cup, one of the most eagerly anticipated football tournaments in the world. For the French Football Federation (FFF), the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is an opportunity to raise the banner for improving gender parity, not only in football but throughout the world. Anne-Sophie de Kristoffy, Director of TF1 Sport Brigitte Henriques, Secretary General of the French Football Federation, FFF Frédérique Jossinet, Head of feminization program of the French Football Federation, FFF François Vasseur, Marketing Director, French Football Federation, FFF 11

12 12:20-13:05 Blue agora Why are refugees only bad news today? Over hundreds of years, refugees have made considerable cultural, social and economic contributions to life in their new countries. So why is the press on refugees and asylum seekers today only bad news? Claire Doole, Founder & CEO, Claire Doole Communications Sylvain Attal, Chief Editor, New Media, France 24 Angela Charlton, Chief of Bureau for France, Benelux Nations & North Africa, The Associated Press, Inc. Joséphine Goube, Chief Operating Officer, Techfugees Virginie Grognou, Journalist, Agence France Presse 12:20-13:05 Purple agora Defending your digital self In a world where the internet permeates all aspects of our lives, online threats have become a reality we can no longer ignore. Collaborative solutions as well as direct actions from all of us are needed to build trust. Session leaders: Nighat Dad, Founder, Digital Rights Foundation Christine Runnegar, Director, Security and Privacy Policy, Internet Society 12:20-13:05 Amphitheatre The sharing economy: What's in it for women? Hosted by the partners of the Social Impact hub Examining the opportunities but also some of the challenges for women in the so-called sharing economy. How can women leverage training, pooled assets and supply-chain efficiencies for greater economic independence? How can corporations embrace and support the work of social enterprises around the world? Is the sharing economy a safer place for women? What are some examples of policies and programs that have been shown to reduce violence against women? And to promote wellness? How can companies help stop hunger in a sharing world? 12:20-13:05 Red agora Next-generation leadership Hosted by the Rising Talents initiative Host welcome: Evelyne Sevin, Partner, Egon Zehnder Mary Fitzgerald, Journalist and Rising Talent alumna Olga Loskutova, Managing Director, SABMiller Brands Europe, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Anisha Singh, Founder & CEO, mydala.com, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Philippine de T Serclaes, VP, Global Head of Thought Leadership & Strategic Partnerships; Advisor to the Chairman & CEO, Schneider Electric, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Florence Tondu-Melique, Chief Operating Officer Hiscox Europe, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent 12:20-13:05 Yellow agora Re-learning how to share Hosted by Red Hat When we were little our mothers taught us that sharing and playing nicely with others are important, but is that the best philosophy for running a business? Surely companies can t run in a shared community model forever? A conversation with an open source actor about the future of business, leadership and community-powered cultures. Jackie Yeaney, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Marketing, Red Hat 12:20-13:05 Odeon Helping women communicate from a #PositionOfStrength Hosted by Twitter #PositionOfStrength is Twitter's program about encouraging women to harness power within their societies and to speak up. This session aims to equip women with the tools and strategies to build confidence on the platform and safely deal with negative interactions, and share their engaging, unique stories with the world - unfiltered and on their own terms. Audrey Herblin-Stoop, Head of Public Policy France, Twitter Anthony Gooch, Director of Public Affairs and Communications, OECD Rohini Anand, Senior Vice President Corporate Responsibility and Global Chief Diversity Officer, Sodexo Malene Rydahl, Author, speaker, executive coach, goodwill ambassador Caroline Sakina Brac de la Perrière, Executive Director, Mediterranean Women s Fund Christine Svarer, Director HERProject, Business for Social Responsibility 12

13 12:20-13:05 Sanofi corner A global commitment to fighting childhood cancer Hosted by Sanofi Each year 215,000 new cases of paediatric cancer are diagnosed around the world. Surviving until the age of five for a child with cancer varies widely from 10% to 80% depending on a particular country s resources. This session presents some projects around the world and focusses on Paraguay, where the Sanofi Espoir Foundation backed a neighbourhood care project that succeeded in reducing the number of treatment dropouts from 80% down to zero. Anne Gagnepain-Lacheteau, Medical Director, Sanofi Espoir Foundation 12:20-13:05 Finance hub Brexit: The journey begins Hosted by Hogan Lovells Businesses around the world are assessing the potential impact Brexit could have on their operations with companies and organizations doing business in, from or through the UK. With Brexit shaping up for many as the biggest challenge of the next decade, what new strategies will be required? What types of commercial and investment opportunities will become available? Sharon Leclercq-Spooner, Partner EPPA and Member of the Board, EurActiv.com Nicola Evans, Partner, Hogan Lovells Sharon Lewis, Partner and Finance Practice Group Leader, Hogan Lovells 12:20-13:05 The Lab On the way to digital Hosted by ABB How digitalization transforms markets and companies and enables new ways of doing business for a sharing economy. Sabine Busse, Head of account management and Business Development, ABB Europe 12:20-13:05 The Lab Case study: Bringing more women into tech Hosted by Lenovo We can keep wondering why more women are not working in IT - or we can take action and show how women are providing value in technology companies. Lenovo launched a Women Digital Hiring Campaign and received more than 2000 applications from qualified candidates. Catherine Ladousse, Executive Director communications EMEA, Lenovo and President, Association Cercle InterElles Introduced by: Claudine Schmuck, Consultant and Associated Director, Global Contact Irene Acedo Rico, Data Center Group Sales Executive Director, Lenovo Antigoni Chrysostomou, Director Technical Sales Central, Lenovo Christine Dehnel, Global Inside Sales Manager, Lenovo South Region Agnès de Lavarde, Legal Director and Co-founder, Wosomtech-Creative Space Lab Maite Ramos, Head of Product management Iberia, Lenovo Jullie Wogelius, Inside Sales Channel Leader Nordics, Lenovo 13

14 12:20-13:05 Renault-Nissan Alliance corner Entrepreneurial spirit: Women on the move Hosted by the Renault-Nissan Alliance Meet with two key entrepreneurs who are filling a gap in their market and see what lessons can be applied to the corporate world: Katell Perrot created Too Fruit, which offers the first range of organic cosmetic products addressing the specific skincare needs of kids aged 6 to 12. Mélanie Péron is the founder of L effet Papillon, a program that fosters wellbeing for hospital patients with a new range of virtual tools that entertain, enchant and distract. Blanca Garcia, General Manager, External Communications, Renault-Nissan Alliance Claire Saddy, CEO, Les Pionnières Mélanie Péron, Founder and CEO, L effet Papillon Katell Perrot, Co-founder and Director, Too Fruit 13:05-13:15 Room change 12:20-13:05 Orange corner How do new business models and technologies create social impact? Hosted by Orange Discover new business models, technologies and platforms, such as the blockchain, mobile banking and crowdfunding, which bring a better distribution of wealth, and learn how technology is changing the daily life of millions of people around the globe. Véronique Forge, Founder and Chief Editor, Business O Feminin Joëlle Hazoume Alao, Orange Money Director in Guinea Léa Thomassin, Co-founder, Hello Asso Sajida Zouarhi, PhD student at Orange Labs, Blockchain 13:15-14:45 Your choice for lunch! Enjoy the networking lunch or attend a Forum happening workshop with brown bag lunch provided. Space is limited for the workshops, and registration will be required. Networking lunch in the Dining Hall, with buffet and free seating Room Deauville Normandy Hotel Construct and share your story with LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Hosted by Wavestone Join us for a fun, hands-on, and challenging session to engage the creative side of your mind. During this interactive workshop, you will hear and experience how business and community leaders build and imagine brighter futures by using LEGO bricks and 3D thinking. Get your hands on some bricks and see how quickly you can access your imagination to design new ideas, make new connections, and build a brighter world. Room Le Touquet Normandy Hotel Survival of the friendliest This interactive workshop will explore how organisations outside the sharing economy can draw inspiration from sharing economy approaches to help them achieve their own breakthrough success within their own sphere of activity. Sophie Lambin, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Kite Global Advisors Host welcome: Paul Mourey, Manager Energy & Utilities, Creator and Director of Creadesk, Wavestone Paul Skinner, Founder and CEO, Agency for the Future and Pimp My Cause Session leader: Jacqueline Lloyd Smith, Founder, Strategic Play Group Ltd., and We Play 4 Good 14

15 Room Dinard Normandy Hotel Overhauling democracy Discontent with democracy is growing everywhere. Versus bemoaning this, how can we seek active citizen participation to bring about informed change in the way our political institutions work? Session leader: Didier Pourquery, Managing Editor, The Conversation France Room Cannes Normandy Hotel Leading with relational intelligence Leaders create themselves over time, step by step, through their gestures and acts towards others. This workshop uses practical exercises to help participants explore what divides and creates a distance between individuals, so they can better know themselves and become more agile. The goal is to build participants confidence to exercise purposeful leadership and inspire trust. Jo Ann Hardesty, President, NAACP Portland Branch, and Board Member, Human Solutions Ana Theresia Hontiveros-Baraquel, Senator, Republic of the Philippines Anja Wyden Guelpa, State Chancellor, Republic and State of Geneva Session leader: Valérie Gauthier, Professor, HEC, and author, Leading with Sense, The Intuitive Power of Savoir-Relier Odeon room - CID Beyond the headlines: The blockchain story retold Hosted by Latham & Watkins Blockchain is in the news today as the new hot technology for the finance sector unraveled by its first well known use, the bitcoin, and now off to disrupt other parts of the economy from finance to government and law. Join this session to get beyond the headlines to understand how blockchain works, why it s increasingly of interest in all sorts of sectors (and what some of its limitations might be), and why it is creating some interesting challenges for regulators. The session will allow plenty of time to ask questions and follow up on explanations. Myria Saarinen, Partner, Latham & Watkins France Nathalie Beaudemoulin, FinTech Innovation, ACPR Philippe Denis, Chief Digital Officer, BNP Paribas Securities Services Leader Blockchain Initiative for BNP CIB Fiona Maclean, Associate, Latham & Watkins Catherine Philippe, Partner IT Financial Services, KPMG 14:45-15:00 Room change 15:00-15:20 MC conversation with the audience and Amazing Women: Amani Yahya Meet Amani Yahya, Yemen s first female rapper, in this keynote conversation with Su-Mei Thompson, the CEO of Hong Kong s The Women s Foundation. 15

16 15:20-16:05 Sharing the responsibilities for Europe A debate on Europe s political and economic future as of November 2016, especially immigration, employment, and free movement policies. Virginie Robert, Foreign Desk Editor, Les Echos Julia Harrison, Senior Managing Partner, FTI Consulting Sharon Leclercq-Spooner, Partner, EPPA, and Director, EurActiv.Com PLC Natacha Valla, Head, Policy and Strategy Division, European Investment Bank 16:05-16:20 Amazing Women: Norma Bastidas Norma Bastidas is a world champion triathlete and a survivor of human trafficking. Learn more about her life story in this conversation led by Su-Mei Thompson. 16:20-16:50 Networking break 16:50-17:05 New at the top Meet Mayra González, who has risen through the ranks of Nissan Mexico to become their new President and Managing Director, and a role model for Mexican and Latina executive women. Ms González will be interviewed by Shellie Karabell, writer, editor and communications consultant. 17:05-18:00 Creating new opportunities for women-led businesses We are increasingly seeing new initiatives and programmes to enable women-owned businesses to launch and thrive in non-traditional sectors of opportunity. What can be learned from this experience as to how we can contribute as executives, investors, and influencers to improving the ecosystem for women s entrepreneurship? Anne Ravanona, Founder and CEO, Global Invest Her Simona Scarpaleggia, Co-Chair, UN High Level Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment, and CEO, Ikea Switzerland Greta Schettler, Vice President, WEConnect International Fern Starke, Downstream General Auditor, ExxonMobil 18:00-18:15 Room change 16

17 18:15-19:00 Blue agora How can we as influencers better promote women s entrepreneurship in new sectors? Leaders in the field talk about how their organizations are helping women-led businesses to engage in new areas, and how other influencers might contribute. Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke, Founder and Executive Director, Women s Worldwide Web Rena De Sisto, Global Executive for Arts & Culture and Women s Programs, Bank of America Babou Olengha-Aaby, Founder and CEO, The Next Billion Anar Simpson, Special Advisor, Office of the Chair, Women Girls and Technology, Mozilla 18:15-19:00 Purple agora Opening new economic opportunities for women in emerging markets Hosted by Sanofi Meet social innovators working in Mexico, the Philippines and across emerging markets, to find out about their work and discuss how to best engage for sustained economic advances for women. Ebru Ilhan, Senior Consultant, Kite Global Advisors Host welcome: Carole Saglio, Head of HR Transformation, Sanofi Angela Baker, Director, Qualcomm Wireless Reach, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Leticia Jáuregui Casanueva, Founder and Executive Director, Crea, and Rising Talent alumna Pacita Juan, Founder and President, Echostore Sustainable Lifestyle, and President, Women s Business Council of the Philippines 18:15-19:00 Red agora Why is North America falling behind on boards? The US and Canadian numbers tell the same story: from 12 to 13%, the dismal level of women's participation on Canadian boards barely budged between The American rate of 19.9% has not changed since Why is this, what is being done, and what should be? Diane Bérard, Columnist, Les Affaires Nathalie Bourque, Québec Chair, Hill + Knowlton Strategies, Board Director, Héroux-Devtek and Board Director, Alimentation Couche-Tard Mary Goudie, Member, UK House of Lords, and Co-founder, the 30 Percent Club Lynn Hutton, Director & CEO, Chief Isaac Group of Companies Ann Walker Marchant, CEO, Walker Marchant Group, and Member, Women s Forum Program Committee 18:15-19:00 Yellow agora The sharing economy within the art world Hosted by the Musee d Orsay Discover how the Musée d Orsay is taking its collections out into the world, including most recently through The triumph of color: From Van Gogh to Matisse, the collections of the Musée d'orsay and the Musée de l'orangerie, a Brazilian exhibition seen by nearly 1 million people. Dominique Rousset, Producer, France Culture Olivier Simmat, Counselor to the President, Head of Sponsorship and International Relations, Musée d Orsay and Musée de l Orangerie 17

18 18:15-19:00 Amphitheatre Record-breakers and role models: Women in sport Hosted by the partners of the Women in Sport Initiative Women are far more present in sport than at any previous point in history. Extraordinary women tell their stories and touch upon issues such as crossing Antarctica in -50 C temperatures; getting more women into motorsport and sailing; and highlighting how sport can be an additional social integrator for girls and women. Séverine Desbouys, Chairman, DSC, strategy and competitive intelligence and Ambassador, Women in Sport Initiative Introduced by: Norma Bastidas, Ultra-marathon champion and human trafficking activist 18:15-19:00 Social Impact hub Achieving balance: Flexible work opportunities for women Hosted by Uber Learn how new entrepreneurial models can enable women to schedule work around their lives, rather than the other way around. Hear one woman's story about why she chose to become a driver-entrepreneur with Uber, and how she manages to balance work-life priorities. Valérie Tandeau de Marsac, President, Voxfemina Blaire Mattson, Global Lead for 1M Women, Uber Rachida Safa, Driver-entrepreneur Marie Treppoz, Founder and CEO, Welp Clarisse Costaz, Former professional basketball player, Representative of the High-Level Athlete Program of Sciences Po Stéphanie Gicquel, Lawyer, long-distance runner and polar explorer Keiko Ihara, Female Japanese racing car driver and Associate Professor, Keio University Graduate School Media design and Member, Women in Motorsport Commission of the FIA Cécile Laguette, Female sailor, naval architect and engineer in composite material and Ambassador of The Magenta Project 18:15-19:00 Finance hub Closing the retirement gap: The silent battle for gender parity Hosted by AXA In emerging markets, educated women with assets and savings still face alarming inequalities when they reach retirement age. Why? Mainly because they lack targeted advice on how to manage their retirement and savings as well affordable and effective insurance plans. How can an insurance company provide solutions to close this retirement gap and help women secure their future? Lene Martinez, Tied Agent, AXA France Amélie Oudea-Castera, Group Marketing and Digital Officer, AXA Group 20:00-23:00 Deauville Casino Barrière Cocktail dinner reception hosted by Groupe Barrière Yann-Arthus Bertrand, Photographer and Director 18

19 December 2 08:30-09:15 The Discovery hall Coffee and tea available in the Discovery hall 09:15-10:15 What America's choice means for women Jürgen Hecker, Senior Economics Editor, AFP Leah Daughtry, CEO, 2016 USA Democratic National Convention Committee, and former Assistant Secretary of Labor Star Jones, President, Professional Diversity Network (NASDAQ: IPDN) and President, National Association of Professional Women Jessy Tolkan, Head of Labs & Executive Director, Here Now Ann Walker Marchant, CEO, Walker Marchant Group, and Member, Women s Forum Program Committee 10:15-10:45 Networking break 10:45-11:30 Blue agora Being safe on the streets Why public harassment is a crucial issue for young women, why it s an economic issue, what can be done about it. Ebru Ilhan, Senior Consultant, Kite Global Advisors Audrey Noeltner, Co-founder and Project Director, Womenability Kathryn Travers, Executive Director, Women in Cities International 10:45-11:30 Red agora Advocating for Filipino migrant workers rights More than 8.5 million Filipinos, mostly women, work abroad just under 10% of the population and 22% of the working age population. A discussion of the issues they face, and the advocacy being undertaken to gain them greater rights and protections. Nina Gardner, Director, Strategy International, and Member, Women s Forum Program Committee Ellene Sana, Executive Director, Center for Migrants Advocacy- Philippines 10:45-11:30 Purple agora Crossing the divide: Corporate-NGO partnerships that work for women Corporate-NGO partnerships for development have a long and distinguished track record. Why have partnerships for women's rights and empowerment been slower to take off, and what are some success stories to learn from? Elizabeth Dove, Director, Corporate Citizenship, Volunteer Canada Cecilia del Castillo, Co-founder and Executive Director, Negros Women for Tomorrow Christine Svarer, Director, HERProject, Business for Social Responsibility Marissa Wesely, CEO, Win-Win Strategies 19

20 10:45-11:30 Odeon Getting to the top and staying there Is the sharing economy allowing women better access to executive committees and boards? Learn how to position yourself so that you are at the right place at the right time. Hear from thought leaders and governance experts and review the various approaches companies are taking to recruiting and keeping female senior executives. Sonya Richardson, Global President, PWN Claire Dorland-Clauzel, Executive Vice President Brands and External Relations, Member of the Group Executive Committee, Michelin Catherine Guillouard, Deputy CEO, Rexel Diane de Saint Victor, General Counsel and Company Secretary and Member of the Executive Committee, ABB and NED, Barclays 10:45-11:30 Renault-Nissan Alliance corner Executive presentations: Standing out and building your personal brand Hosted by the Renault-Nissan Alliance Every meeting and presentation is an opportunity to build your personal brand and ensure that you engage and influence your audience to secure buy-in for your projects or ideas. How do you make your ideas more compelling, relevant and memorable? How do you increase your comfort zone? How do you prepare for success? Blanca Garcia, General Manager, External Communications, Renault-Nissan Alliance Jane Goodman, Executive Consultant & Coach and Managing Director, Métiers Mode d Emploi 10:45-11:30 Finance hub FinTech and InsurTech: Staying ahead of the game Hosted by AXA and Hogan Lovells A number of factors have been driving disruption in the financial industry, opening opportunities to reach out to consumers usually left out of the traditional financial services, among which women. However, this disruption also poses major challenges in terms of regulation. Who are the disruptors and how are the regulators reacting? Is FinTech an inclusion tool to empower women within their society? Hassan El-Shabrawishi, Chief Innovation Officer, AXA Group Sharon Lewis, Partner and Finance Practice Group Leader, Hogan Lovells John Salmon, Partner, Hogan Lovells London Garance Wattez-Richard, Head of AXA Emerging Customers, AXA Group 10:45-11:30 Orange corner Speak up online: Coaching by Twitter Platforms are an amazing tool for encouraging people to speak up and making their voice matter. Attend this training session and hear best practice and advice on leveraging Twitter as a microphone for your voice. The Orange and Twitter team will provide practical details. Jérome Tomasini, Head of News, Twitter France Digital experts from Orange and Twitter 10:45-11:30 Social Impact hub How do family-led businesses fulfil their CSR mandate? Hosted by FIDAL Looking at how the track records of family-led businesses compare against those of business in general. Cynthia Illouz, Founder and Editor-in Chief, Chari-T Magazine Introduced by: Sylvie Le Damany, Senior Partner, FIDAL Paris Renaud Dutreil, Chairman of France, FTI Consulting; Minister of Small & Medium-Sized Businesses, Commerce, Crafts and Liberal Professions, Fanny Letier, Executive Director, Small and mid-caps; SME and midcaps accelerator programs, Bpifrance, and 2016 Global Meeting Rising Talent Corinne Namblard, Senior Policy and PPP Expert, UNECE/UNDP/UNITAR 10:45-11:30 Women in Sport hub Sport as a vehicle for stability, peace and happiness It's not just about the competition. Sport can contribute to happiness and well-being on a grand scale, and can also be an effective means of building bridges across nations, cultures and generations. Lorraine Danet Deloison, Consultant, Director of Partnerships, Women sports Laurence Fischer, Three-time Karate World Champion, administrator and sport education consultant for NGO's Malene Rydahl, Author, speaker, executive coach, goodwill ambassador 20

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