Categories: a-port-information, BusinessPublished On: 19.11.2021216 words1.1 min read

Are you interested to understand how your port can become smart and increase its resilience? Do you want to know how you can prepare yourself against unforeseen disruptive events?

Antwerp Management School, the University of Antwerp, NxtPort, Port of Antwerp, Portsmouth port, PortXL and other SPEED partners invite you to the TomorrowPorts Resilience and reverse pitching webinar on November 25th.

This webinar offers a varied content as follows:

  • a keynote speech regarding upcoming technologies that tackles sustainability challenges;
  • a panel debate with four experts on topics like ports safety, environment and economics. The discuss will be built based on both a predetermined set of questions and a ad-hoc interaction moment with the public;
  • a tech showcase from two technology providers, pitching their solutions that increase resilience in ports, plus an interaction moment with the public;
  • a reserve pitching session putting forward resilience challenges from ports’ side, followed by a public discussion.

Please spread the word about the coming TomorrowPorts Resilience and reverse pitching webinar with your colleagues, peers and competitors.

Follow the link below for registration and more information, do not miss this event:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/191178769847

Karen Van Brussel – COO, NxtPort

Dr. Valentin Carlan – Post-doc researcher, University Of Antwerp

Prof. dr. Wouter van Bockhaven – Professor of Strategy & Innovation Ecosystems, Antwerp Management School

Resilience for small and large ports
Resilience for small and large ports