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SPECIAL: DANISH MARITIME FAIR 2016

OVERVIEW OF EVENTS, WORKSHOPS BLUE START-UP AWARD Blue Start-Up Award is established in a cooperation between Maritime Development Centre of Europe and The Media Group Maritime Denmark. The purpose of the event is to bring attention to promising maritime business ideas. Date: Time: Location:

25.10.2016 09:00-13:00 Radio Station

BLUE INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2016 Danish Maritime Fair and Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management proudly present ‘Blue Innovation Challenge 2016’. 130 Engineering students work with technical challenges submitted by various companies. Date: Time: Location:

26.10.2016 & 27.10.2016 09:00-17:00 Engine Room & Event Area

NETWORK DINNER & AFTER PARTY Participate in the Networking Dinner & After party with amazing live entertainment, welcome aperitif, three course dinner and wine/beer/soft drink flowing free from tap. Date: Time: Location:

SHIP INSPECTION IN THE FUTURE Ship inspection in the future – safety or certification? Is ship inspection about safety or compliance – What is your opinion? An invitation by the Danish Maritime Authority to discuss and learn more about our new inspection scheme.

DANISH PORT CONFERENCE The Danish Port Conference about the challenges in modern short sea shipping with ports in the centre Date: Time: Location:

UK HYDROGRAFIC OFFICE This free seminar, hosted by UKHO, UK Hydrografic Office, is designed to ensure that the navigational benefits of ECDIS are achieved in an efficient and compliant manner.

26.10.2016 18:00-24:00 Main Deck

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DANISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Danish Maritime Technology Conference focus on an industry, which presently is undergoing an enormous transformation. The maritime technology is on the verge of a technological revolution where digitalization of the world’s fleet, Big Data 3D print and new business models demand technological expertise. Date: Time: Location:

25.10.2016 09:00-17:00 Main Deck

26.10.2016 08:30-15:00 Main Deck

25.10.2016 14:00-16:00 Radio Station

WHAT DOES PERFORMANCE NEED LEADERSHIP FOR? Green-Jakobsens workshop on safety management, “What does performance need leadership for?” offers a great opportunity to participate in an active and involving workshop that will leave you a great deal wiser.

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25.10.2016 09:00-12:00 Control Room (By invitation)

We invite shipping companies, Senior Management (Technical, HSQE, Crewing) to participate in our workshop taking place on 25th Oct. at 9.00 – 12.00 at the Danish Maritime Fair, The Train Workshop/The Control Room, Otto Busses Vej 5A, Copenhagen. Leadership is a complex size, it can be managed in many ways and people have numerous perceptions of the term ‘Good leadership’. Seen from a business perspective the most important goal should be to have leaders who understand and are capable of ensuring the best employee performance. In short, leadership is about showing the direction and getting people to follow. However, the big question is what leaders have to do in order to stimulate high performing employees? Through own and others’ research, the participation and evaluation of numerous leadership development processes, courses and projects Green-Jakobsen has developed a strong understanding of how leadership can help shipping companies achieve high performing crews. The most important experiences and understandings combined with hands-on tools are what Green-Jakobsen intends to present, discuss and elaborate on during this leadership workshop.

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PROGRAMME - ThE wORkshOP is dividEd inTO sEquEnsEs fOR EAch ThEsis ThAT is discussEd: DAILY NEWS ON WWW.MARITIMEDENMARK.DK 1. introduction and presentation of hypotheses. Green-Jakobsen presents some of the dilemmas and perceptions regarding leaders’ role and impact on board and ashore.

2. dialogue - we discuss the hypotheses in groups and share knowledge, views and experience among all participants about leadership

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25.10.2016 13:00-16:00 Control Room

LOW OIL PRICES & LNG: SUPPORTING THE LNG INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION During this half-day seminar, we are looking into actions supporting the continuous LNG development in the Baltic Sea region by exploring innovations to open up new markets and adding on new end-users to the existing infrastructure.

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25.10.2016 09:00-13:00 Radio Station

RESOLUTION OF MARITIME DISPUTES IN DENMARK Arbitration and mediation are well known means of dispute resolution within the maritime industry. Through speeches from prominent practitioners and a debate with the attendees, we will explore how to succeed at gaining a foothold in the maritime arena when it comes to solving international disputes. Date: Time: Location:

26.10.2016 14:00-16:00 Speaker’s Corner


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