RIDING THE WAVE OF SUCCESS FROM 2018, BREAKING WAVES 2019 IS BACK FOR A SECOND TIME - GUARANTEED TO BE BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER.
Automation and digitalization are changing the world and transforming shipping in an unprecedented way. Climate change is arguably the biggest challenge of our time, and it is driving the entire maritime sector to focus on reducing the emissions and environmental impact of shipping. All the while worldwide maritime traffic is projected to increase rapidly in the upcoming years and the pressure to remain competitive in a global market is growing.
Breaking Waves is bringing together the key players in The European maritime cluster to address the challenges and consider the keys to success in an increasingly tough global competition. European maritime cluster is in a position where it has the capability to produce solutions, that can make a difference on a global scale.
Again, Breaking Waves will be part of the world’s leading start-up event SLUSH. This year the focus will be on the perspectives of the entire logistic chain and ecosystems in maritime.
Welcome to Helsinki on the 21st of November 2019
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE - REGISTER NOW!
Ticket sales for Breaking Waves Conference has started. There is only limited amount of tickets on sale so secure your spot on the most interesting forum of the year!
THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED
The Conference Program has been announced Breaking Waves conference will bring together top-leaders, maritime experts and lean start-up companies. The conference will focus on two main topics: Optimizing the logistic chains in maritime & Ecosystems as a tool to innovate in maritime
The program will be a combination of panel discussion, keynotes and introductions of most innovative European maritime start-ups.
We are proud to announce the confirmed main speakers at Breaking Waves Conference:
Mr. Emanuele Grimaldi, Managing Director Grimaldi Group and President and CEO of Finnlines
Ms. Pia Meling, VP Sales and Marketing, Massterly
Mr. Jens Meier, the CEO of Port of Hamburg HPA