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Speakers at SEPM 2015
Moderator - Nils Randrup, Managing Partner, Rockwave
Nils Randrup is Managing Partner/CEO of Rockwave Group that provides management consulting, executive training, and business development. Nils is also Adjunct Professor at AVT Business School where he teaches marketing and strategy.
Nils has extensive professional experience within sales/marketing, business strategy, communications, learning and development, collaboration engineering, and executive education. He has worked with a range of companies such as Nestlé, Maersk, Shell, Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Siemens, Deloitte, Kellogg's, Arla, Carlsberg, Lego, and many more.
Nils has supplemented his commercial experience being part-time associate/adjunct professor, speaking at various business schools and universities, including Emory, Georgia Tech, Lund University, and Copenhagen Business School. He has also written a range of books and articles (The Case Method, Strategic Decision Making, The Art and Science of Persuasive Business Presentations, among others).
Gunnar Larsén, Vice President Products, 7digital
Gunnar is an experienced leader in product, business, and content development with over 15 years of international experience from the music, game, and mobile industries. At 7digital, Gunnar leads a team that defines and drives the company's product portfolio for consumers as well as business-to-business customers.
Gunnar joined 7digital from Dolby in August 2013 where he had served as its Content Services Director in EMEA. Prior to Dolby, Gunnar held key leadership positions at companies such as WiMP (now Tidal) and RealNetworks/Rhapsody, and was product manager for the first ever mobile game that won a BAFTA award: SMS Chess for Sony Ericsson P800.
Originally from Sweden, Gunnar has for the last 20 years called Germany, the US, and now London his home.
Giuseppe Terrano, Content Acquisition Manager, Bastei Lübbe AG
Giuseppe Terrano joined Bastei Lübbe in 2014 as Content Acquisition Manager in charge of buying English and German publication rights for their digital publishing programme.
He started his career in Italy with the Mondadori Group as Account Manager for several of their brands until he moved to Germany in 2010. At AbeBooks/Amazon in Düsseldorf he was responsible for the Italian online market place for new, used, and antiquarian books. He then spent two years working for Samsung EU in Frankfurt as Business Development Manager in charge of content licensing for e-book applications on mobile devices and was responsible for partnerships with publishing houses and content providers throughout Europe. Giuseppe Terrano holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Communications and a Master of Arts in Publishing.
Camilla Hessellund Lastein, Founder & CEO, Lix Technologies
Camilla Hessellund Lastein is founder & CEO of Lix Technologies. She comes from a background in economics at Aarhus University but left to become an entrepreneur. Camilla has received a scholarship from WeLoveStartups and has won several start-up prizes; recently she became national winner of Best Newcomer in Nordic Startup Awards 2015 and is nominated for the award "IVÆKSTprisen 2015 – Året unge håb" (GROWTH award 2015 – Young hope of the year).
While Camilla was majoring in economics at Aarhus University in Denmark, she found that her student life consisted of carrying around five to six books every day, each book ranging around 1,000 pages. Camilla frequently found herself thinking that there had to be a better way to study without being crushed under the weight of one's textbooks, carrying around 1,000-page tomes to and from class on any given day.
Camilla started her own company in 2013 under the name Unipegma and later changed the name to Lix Technologies. Having started Lix from a deep need of her own, she has captivated the textbook publishing industry in Denmark, with her sights already set on expanding to markets outside Scandinavia by mid-2016.
Lars-Erik Larsson, Chief Executive Officer of Acapela Group
Lars-Erik Larsson has an impressive business growth record in the IT industry and has, among others, worked with organisations such as Unisys and Global One. He joined the speech technology industry in 1999 as Senior Director at L&H where he was responsible for establishing and developing the company's presence in the Nordic region, as well as managing sales and marketing operations in the area.
First appointed as CEO of Babel-Infovox in 2002 (that later became Acapela Group Sweden) he was appointed CEO of the whole Acapela Group in December 2007. By successfully managing the company's growth within innovative speech and voice driven ecosystems and relying on a strong and experienced team he has put Acapela at the forefront of voice personalisation and branded it among the top 1000 companies worldwide.
Colin Lovrinovic, Chief Content Officer, oolipo
Colin Lovrinovic is an experienced digital manager who has spent the past 9 years in the international media business. He has worked in digital marketing for companies such as Amazon, Red Bull, and Universal Music.
Before joining the publishing industry, he headed global licensing for Simfy, Germany's first music subscription service, where he was involved in strategic partnerships with leading brands such as Coca-Cola and Telefónica O2. Colin joined the independent publishing house Bastei Lübbe two years ago and was responsible for the growth of international sales of their multi-language portfolio of apps, e-books, and audio books in markets such as the US, UK, China, and Latin America. Colin recently moved to the Bastei Lübbe-supported start-up oolipo that is reinventing fiction for mobile platforms. He currently acts as Chief Content Officer.
Colin holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Business and an M.A. in Music & Creative Industries Management and is pursuing an MBA part-time at Mannheim Business School.
Martin Schorling, Senior Lab Agent and Strategy Lead, Innovation Lab
Martin Schorling is a strategy facilitator and innovation agent. He has facilitated innovation processes in Denmark and abroad for Siemens Wind Power, APC/Schneider Electric, Krifa, Aarhus University, Intel, Dong Energy, Coop, Aibel, TDC, Norwegian Petroleum Society, among others.
Martin's experience with entrepreneurship and his semi-nerdy interest in start-ups, technology, and disruptive business models, have lead him to specialise in upgrading organisations to act within the new digital paradigm.
Martin is Senior Lab Agent and Strategy Lead with Innovation Lab and active partner in the portfolio companies Sputnik5, Digital, and Norwegian VONA.
Thomas Madsen-Mygdal, CEO & Co-founder, 23
Thomas Madsen-Mygdal was just 17 when he started his first major IT company, Mondo, that became a successful Danish hosting company for numerous emerging websites. He is an entrepreneur and angel investor who supports a multitude of European startups. His portfolio includes Copenhagen-based Podio, Socialsquare, Berlin-based ezeep, among others.
Today he is founder and CEO of 23 – a company that makes tools for visual sharing on the web. He is also founder and organiser of the world-famous Reboot conference. Thomas' business card must resemble a small book: Entrepreneur, serial entrepreneur, parallel entrepreneur, angel investor, chairman, board member, mentor, organiser – the list goes on and on. His young age notwithstanding he has received countless once-in-a-lifetime achievement awards, but that doesn't seem to stop him: Designer, "internet hippie", digital thinker, digital thought leader, activist, most likely the first blogger in Denmark, etc.
Catch up on SEPM 2014
"Create a digital mindset in your organisation" Martin Schorling, Innovation Lab
"Transform the reading experience and learn from the music industry" Gunnar Larsén, 7digital
"More choices in different formats for customers who use new digital voices" Lars-Erik Larsson, CEO at Acapela Group
"Meet the needs of students and cope with piracy and second-hand sales" Camilla H. Lastein, Lix Technologies.
"Satisfy the need of different kinds of readerships" See the interview with Giuseppe Terrano from Bastei Lübbe.
"A publishing industry today, a media industry tomorrow" Nils Randrup, Rockwave at #SEPM15.
See the highlights of SEPM15 and hear interviews with the speakers about the changes in the publishing industry.
Schilling wishes everyone a merry Christmas and a happy new year. We look forward to seeing you in 2016!
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We would like to thank everyone who participated at the Scandinavian Executive Publishing Meeting 2015. We hope to see you all next year. #SEPM15
We are delighted to announce that Thomas Madsen-Mygdal will be one of our speakers at the #SEPM15.
We are happy to announce that Martin Schorling, Innovation Lab, will participate as speaker at the #SEPM15
We have found another speaker for the Scandinavian Executive Publishing Meeting 15 - Jonas Sylvest
We are happy to present the final programme for the Scandinavian Executive Publishing Meeting 2015 which will be held at Carlsberg in Copenhagen on 19 November 2015.
We are excited to announce that we have found Colin Lovrinovic, Chief Content Officer, oolipo as speaker at #SEPM15
We are delighted to announce that Lars-Erik Larsson will participate as speaker at #SEPM15
We are pleased to reveal another speaker at the Scandinavian Executive Publishing Meeting 2015 - Giuseppe Terrano
"The ability to create content is in the hands of everyone now, and that is one of the biggest challenges the publishing industry is facing."