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September 22, 2020


LITHUANIAN DAVOS / Lithuanian economic conference

Registration

8.00-8.30

ALFA hall

Introductory speech

8.30-8.40

Presented by
ALFA hall

MORNING SESSION – PART I

Presented by

ALFA hall

GLOBAL TRENDS SESSION

2020 may change the world and the business we know
VIDMANTAS JANULEVIČIUS

(President at Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists)

Do we want Lithuania to become a magnificent unicorn valley?
MANTAS MIKUCKAS

(Co-founder of Vinted)

The most realistic scenarios for the development of the global and European economy that business should take into account
AURELIJUS DABUŠINSKAS

(Director of the Economics Department of the Bank of Lithuania)

Economists’ discussion
Can the COVID-19 crisis lead to a global economic crisis, and are we not failing to react as we did in 2008?


Participants: TADAS POVILAUSKAS, AURELIJUS DABUŠINSKAS, ŽYGIMANTAS MAURICAS, MARIUS DUBNIKOVAS
Moderated by EDUARDAS EIGIRDAS

8.40-10.15

Presented by
ALFA hall

MORNING SESSION – PART II

10:15-11:00 Presented by

ALFA hall

INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TRENDS SESSION

Key factors that will determine the future of the Lithuanian real estate market
MINDAUGAS VANAGAS

(Founder at Citus, board member at the Lithuanian Real Estate Development association)

M&A market is (not) dead
ŽYGINTAS MAČĖNAS

(Managing Partner at Summa Advisers)

Investment potential in the context of the COVID-19 crisis
JOLANTA JURGA

(CEO at Evernord )

10.15-11.00

COFFEE BREAK

11.00-11.30

Presented by
ALFA hall

MORNING SESSION – PART III

11:30-13:00 Presented by

ALFA hall

LITHUANIAN BUSINESS AND POLITICAL LEADERSHIP SESSION

€6.3 billion-DNA plan of Lithuania’s future economy. What is the aim of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania?
VILIUS ŠAPOKA

(Minister of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania)

Discussion.
What political solutions are necessary for Lithuania to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis not only with increased debts but also with growing business potential?


Participants: VIDMANTAS JANULEVIČIUS, VILIUS ŠAPOKA, INGRIDA ŠIMONYTĖ (to be coordinated), MINDAUGAS UBARTAS, MANTAS MIKUCKAS, ANDRIUS ROMANOVSKIS
Moderated by VILIUS BERNATONIS (Managing partner at TGS Baltic)

11.30-13.00

Presented by
Lunch at the restaurant "RIVER SIDE"

13.00-14.00 Presented by

ALFA hall

CLIMATE CHANGE FORUM

14:00-15:45

Forum presented by
ALFA hall

SESSION I

HOW WILL THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE TRANSFORM?

The future of transport in Europe and Lithuania by 2030 and 2050. The changes we need to prepare for
MANTAS BARTUŠKA

(CEO at Lietuvos geležinkeliai)

Green initiatives in business: SBA case
EGIDIJUS VALENTINAVIČIUS

(Vice-president at SBA)

(To be announced)
LAURA GALDIKIENĖ

(Principal Economist, Macroeconomics and Forecasting Division ar Lietuvos Bankas)

Discussion
How will the €927 million investment in tackling climate transform Lithuanian industry, energy, transport and the economy?


Participants: ŽYGIMANTAS VAIČIŪNAS, VIDMANTAS JANULEVIČIUS, MANTAS BARTUŠKA, LAURA GALDIKIENĖ, EGIDIJUS VALENTINAVIČIUS, PAULIUS SAUDARGAS
Moderated by PAULIUS ZAPOLSKIS (Associate Partner at TGS Baltic)

14.00-15.45 Forum presented by

COFFEE BREAK

15.45-16.00

Forum presented by
ALFA hall

SESSION II

INVESTMENT POTENTIAL FOR LITHUANIA’S RENEWABLE ENERGY

Key works and tasks for the energy sector in 2020
ŽYGIMANTAS VAIČIŪNAS

Minister of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania)

One year with solar parks. What kind of breakthrough happened in the market?
ANDRIUS KAVALIAUSKAS

(Head of the private clients service at IGNITIS)

LNG terminal: benefits of independence, the importance of LNG for a CO2-neutral economy and energy
DARIUS ŠILENSKIS

(CEO at Klaipėdos nafta)

Diskusija.
Discussion
What kind of energy will be created by the existing solutions and what solutions are missing to make Lithuania the most successful country in Europe and the world in increasing the energy potential of renewable resources?


Participants: ŽYGIMANTAS VAIČIŪNAS, VIDMANTAS JANULEVIČIUS, VIDMANTAS SALIETIS, VYTAUTAS KIERAS, VIRGINIJUS STRIOGA, DARIUS ŠILENSKIS, MARTYNAS NAGEVIČIUS
Moderated by PAULIUS ZAPOLSKIS (Associate Partner at TGS Baltic)

16.00-17.30 Forum presented by

BETA hall

REAL ESTATE FORUM

Forum presented by
BETA hall

I SESIJA


REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROSPECTS IN LITHUANIA: WHAT ARE THE FACTORS FOR A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS?


How did the COVID-19 pandemic change the Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian real estate markets?
MINDAUGAS KULBOKAS

(Head of Research and Analysis at Newsec in Baltics)

The capacity of Vilnius, bubbles and the new quota. The prospects of the housing market
ŠARŪNAS TARUTIS

(Head of Investment and Analysis at Citus)

What factors are going to determine real estate prices in Lithuania and Vilnius in particular?
ŽYGIMANTAS MAURICAS

(Chief Economist at Luminor Lithuania)

Discussion
Prospects for the development of the Vilnius real estate market: the key factors influencing their increase and decrease


Participants: ŠARŪNAS TARUTIS, TADAS POVILAUSKAS, MINDAUGAS KULBOKAS, ŽYGIMANTAS MAURICAS, PAULIUS GEBRAUSKAS, VAIDOTAS ŠUMSKIS
Moderated by DAINIUS STASIULIS (TGS Baltic Partner)

14.00–15.30 Forum presented by

COFFEE BREAK

15.30-15.45

Forum presented by
BETA hall

SESSION II


ECONOMIC, INFRASTRUCTURAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF VILNIUS CITY AND THE IMPACT OF THIS DEVELOPMENT ON REAL ESTATE BUSINESS

Presentation of the vision for the Vilnius city and upcoming works
REMIGIJUS ŠIMAŠIUS

((Mayor of Vilnius)

How is the attractiveness of Vilnius districts going to change and grow as the capital city develops?
MINDAUGAS PAKALNIS

(Vilnius city Chief Architect)

Reconstruction of the state's real estate - opportunity or a challenge
JUSTĖ PAČKAUSKAITĖ

(Managing Partner at CIVITTA Lietuva)

Discussion of business and political leaders
What decisions, that were or will be made, will increase the economic potential of Vilnius and the attractiveness of the real estate market, and what solutions are still missing?


Participants: REMIGIJUS ŠIMAŠIUS, MINDAUGAS VANAGAS, MINDAUGAS PAKALNIS, EGIDIJUS SKRODENIS,
Moderated by DAINIUS STASIULIS (TGS Baltic Partner)

15.45-17.30 Forum presented by


EPSILON hall

INFOBALT ASSOCIATION FORUM



Sponsored by:
EPSILON hall

SESSION I


TRANSPORT AND DIGITIZATION: WILL WE WELCOME AUTONOMOUS CARS WITH PAPER DOCUMENTS?


Paper extinction on the roads: expensive, inefficient, but appealing to the masses?
JURGIS ADOMAVIČIUS

(CEO of Bunasta)

Paperless international logistics - an opportunity to become a leader
RIŠARDAS BEDULSKIS

(CEO of Fitek EDI)

State’s transport digitization ambitions
VLADISLAVAS KONDRATOVIČIUS

(Vice-Minister of Transport and Communications)

Discussion
Digitization in the transport and logistics sectors: what are the benefits and where are we lacking?


Participants: NERIJUS KAUČIKAS, VLADISLAVAS KONDRATOVIČIUS, ROLANDAS GUDELIS
Moderated by ROKAS ŠLEKYS (Head of Infobalt Advanced Vehicle Group)

14.00-15.15 Sponsored by:

COFFEE BREAK

15.15-15.30

EPSILON hall

SESSION II


CYBER (IN)SECURITY: PREPARE FOR A COLLISION


Who, how and why is trying to hack you?
GIEDRIUS MEŠKAUSKAS

(Head of Cyber Security Operations at TerraSky)

Is the public sector ready for cyber rain?
ŽIVILĖ SIMONAITYTĖ

(Deputy Auditor General)

Cyber security according to a lawyer: the most significant mistakes and how to avoid them
MINDAUGAS CIVILKA

(„TGS Baltic“ partneris, Technologijų industrijos grupės vadovas)

Discussion
Hacking: can we prevent it, or mitigating the damage is the only option?


Participants: VILIUS BENETIS, ARVYDAS ŽVIRBLIS, MINDAUGAS CIVILKA
Moderated by VILMA ŠKARNULYTĖ (cyber security expert, lecturer)

15.30-16.45

EPSILON hall

SPECIAL DISCUSSION: 5G: EXPECTATIONS AND REALITY


Participants: ANDRIUS ŠEMEŠKEVIČIUS, GINTAS BUTĖNAS, VALERIJ KOVZAN, IGNAS LATOVAS
Moderated by MINDAUGAS UBARTAS (CEO of Infobalt)

16.45-17.30

LAMBDA hall

LEADERSHIP FORUM
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS

LAMBDA hall

SESSION I

WHERE WILL UNICORNS BREED - US OR EUROPE, 5G NETWORK OR THE GREEN ENERGY?


How to create a valley of unicorns in Lithuania during the post Covid-19 era
AUDRIUS MILUKAS

(CEO at Open Circle Capital)

The pandemic triggered an e-commerce boom. What will happen when the pandemic ends?
ILJA LAURS

(Founder & Chairman at Nextury Ventures)

Why have start-uppers not yet developed a COVID-19 vaccine?
MONIKA PAULĖ

(CEO at CasZyme)

Discussion
The 3rd decade of the twentieth century – a sunset of unicorn euphoria or a new boom of unicorns waiting to happen due to technological and regulatory change?


Participants: Dalyvauja: MONIKA PAULĖ, ILJA LAURS, VLADAS LAŠAS
Moderated by AUDRIUS MILUKAS

14.00-15.20

COFFEE BREAK

15.20-15.35

LAMBDA hall

SESSION II

WHAT SOLUTIONS ARE NECESSARY FOR LITHUANIA TO HAVE MORE UNICORNS THAN SO-CALLED BEAVERS?


Necessary solutions for Lithuania to become a regional technology business development centre
LUKAS SAVICKAS

(First Deputy Chancellor of the Republic of Lithuania)

Access to finance for start-ups and high-value-added businesses
MARIUS JURGILAS

(Member of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania)

Discussion
What solutions do technology business and political leaders have to agree on for Lithuania to become a leader in the age of technological progress?


Participants: JURGITA ŠIUGŽDINIENĖ, LUKAS SAVICKAS, MARIUS JURGILAS, MINDAUGAS MIKALAJŪNAS, ARVYDAS BLOŽĖ,
Moderated by AUDRIUS MILUKAS

15.35-17.30

ZETA hall

ZETA hall
GEOPOLITICAL TRENDS SESSION


Discussion
Who will win the US presidential election and how will it change the world?


Participants: ANDRIUS UŽKALNIS, MARIUS LAURINAVIČIUS, ŽYGIMANTAS PAVILIONIS
Moderated by RUSLANAS IRŽIKEVIČIUS

14.00-15.00

ZETA hall

LITHUANIAN DEMOCRACY AND POLITICAL TRENDS SESSION

Discussion
Who is going to win the 2020 parliamentary election: centre-right or centre-left, democratic forces or oligarchic projects, reformers or populists?


Participants: RIMA URBONAITĖ, ALBINAS JANUŠKA, VIRGIS VALENTINAVIČIUS, IGNAS VĖGĖLĖ
Moderated by ANDRIUS TAPINAS

15.00–16.00

COFFEE BREAK

16.00–16.15

ZETA hall

FEMALE LEADERSHIP FORUM SPECIAL SESSION

Opening speech
DIANA NAUSĖDIENĖ

(First Lady of Lithuania)

Discussion
What is holding back the breakthrough of female leadership and what opportunities, potentials and knowledge do women have to focus on in order to take success into their own hands?


Participants: MONIKA RIMKŪNAITĖ-BLOŽĖ, DOVILĖ GRIGIENĖ, VIKTORIJA ČMILYTĖ-NIELSEN, MANTAS URBONAS
Moderated by JURGITA RIBINSKAITĖ-GLATZER

16.15–17.30

ALFA hall

SUMMARISING BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SESSION
RISKS AND POTENTIAL OF 2020 THAT LEADERS MUST TAKE INTO ACCOUNT

17.40-18.50

Salė ALFA


Radical change in consumption that is going to change business decisions, profits and culture
INDRĖ ČESNIENĖ

(Head of Economies and Consumers Insights at Euromonitor International)

Special presentation
Distributed Solar Power Production and Hydrogen Economy
HANNU SAVISALO

(Chairman of the board at VALOE OYJ (Finland)

SUMMARY DISCUSSION

Business executives’ (CEO) notes on the biggest challenges for today’s business

Participants: LAURA BLAŽEVIČIŪTĖ, IGNAS STAŠKEVIČIUS, REMIGIJUS ŠTARAS, ARMINTA SALADŽIENĖ, NERIJUS UDRĖNAS
Moderated by VILIUS BERNATONIS (Managing partner at TGS Baltic)

17.40-18.50

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