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Overview

In 2009, the conference had a record participation with over 650 participants. The conference had a special focus on how the current economic downturn is impacting social and environmental efforts driven by business. Speakers shed light on both the effects and the prognosis for responsible business in their sectors including finance, healthcare and energy. They also shared their advice on how to continue to make progress and perhaps even create new business models and approaches better suited to sustainable development in all market conditions.

Speakers 2009

Keynotes

  • Mark Albion, Founder and Author, Making a Life
  • Matthew Bishop – US Business Editor and New York Bureau Chief for The Economist
  • Stewart J. Paperin – President, Soros Economic Development Fund and Executive Vice President, Open Society Institute
  • Anil Soni – CEO, Clinton Foundation’s HIV/AIDS Initiative
  • Francesco Vanni d’Archirafi – Global Head, Treasury and Trade Solutions, Citi Global Transaction Services

Speakers (listed in alphabetical order)

  • Reuben Abraham – Executive Director, Center for Emerging Markets Solutions at the Indian School of Business and Director, Soros Economic Development Fund
  • Luis Adao da Fonseca – Chief Business Development Officer, The EDP Renovaveis
  • Malik Bakayoko – Operations Counsel, The Coca-Cola company
  • Bruno Berthon – Global Lead, Sustainability Practice, Accenture
  • Jose Luís Blasco – Director Partner, KPMG Global Sustainability Services
  • Jan-Willem Bode – CEO, One Carbon
  • Aristotelis Bouratsis –  Director in EuropeAid Co-operation Office, Directorate F “Thematic Operations”
  • Gib Bulloch – co-Founder and Executive Director, Accenture Development Partnerships (ADP)
  • Brenda D. Colatrella – Executive Director, Global Health Partnerships, Merck
  • Antonio Dávila – IESE Business School
  • Wouter Deelder – Project Manager, Dalberg
  • Tal Dehtiar – Co-Founder and President of MBAs Without Borders
  • Jordi Dolader – President of Mercados EMI
  • Zachary Dominitz – Head of Corporate Affairs, Cafédirect
  • Charles Donovan – Head of Structuring and Valuation, BP plc
  • Andy Eggleston – Managing Partners, Eggleston Partners
  • Stéphanie Engels, PhD – Account Manager Sustainability Services, SAM
  • Dr. Gunther L. Faber – CEO, The HealthStore Foundation
  • Michael Fields
  • Robert Filipp – Head of Innovative Finance, The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  • Jagi Gakunju – CEO of AAR, East Africa’s largest Health Insurer
  • Antoni Gelonch-Viladegut – Senior Project Director, Sustainable Development, sanofi-aventis Group
  • Sam Gray – Principal, Apposite Capital
  • Nyame de Groot – VP Emissions, Essent Trading
  • William Hargett – COO/Director of Commercial Development with BG-Capital
  • Jasmine Hyman – Director of Programs and Partnerships, The Gold Standard Foundation
  • Jessica Jackley Flannery – Kiva Microfunds Online Microfinance
  • Matthew Jowett – Senior Health Financing Advisor, World Health Organisation
  • Dr. Unni Karunakara – Deputy Director of Health, Millennium Villages Project
  • Shainoor Khoja – Director Corporate Affairs, Roshan
  • Mads Kjaer – Founder and CEO, MYC4
  • Joseph Kutzin – Head of WHO/Europe Barcelona Office for Health Systems Strengthening
  • Emmanuel Lagarrigue – Sr. VP Business Development Europe, Schneider Electric
  • Zain Laher – Vice President, Emerging Capital Partners
  • Elisabetta Lily Lapenna – Founder and Managing Director of MyBnk
  • Jan Levy – Director, Three Hands
  • Heinrich Liechtenstein – Professor, Financial Management, IESE Business School
  • Charmian Love – Chief Operating Officer, Volans
  • Shadab Mahmud – Program Manager, Grameen Health
  • Johanna Mair – Professor of Strategic Management, IESE Business School
  • Rustom Masalawala – Director of Business Development, Millennium Promise
  • Dr. Richard Mattison – Chief Operating Officer, Trucost
  • Dr. James Mwangi – Managing Director and Chief Executive, Equity Bank
  • Nicholas Nesbitt – co-founder, Chairman and Chief Executive, KenCall EPZ Ltd
  • Todd Onderdonk – Senior Energy Advisor, ExxonMobil’s Corporate Planning Department
  • Mercedes Otaduy Guerin – Project Manager/Administrator, Kianda Foundation
  • Steve Parker – Chairman of the advisory Board, Ricardo Strategy Consulting and Executive Member of the Board of Ricardo Plc
  • Aaron Pereira – Founder, CanadaHelps and Vartana
  • Dr. Steven C. Phillips – Medical Director, Global Issues and Projects, Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • Lluis G. Renart Cava – Professor, IESE Business School
  • Alberto Ribera – Professor, IESE Business School
  • Juan Rivier – Head of the Markets Department, Iberdrola Renovables
  • Mike Rosenberg – Professor, IESE Business School
  • Magdalene Rosenmöller – Professor, IESE Business School
  • Juan Roure – Professor, IESE Business School
  • Joseph Saba – co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Axios International
  • John Sargent – CEO & Founder of Broadreach Healthcare
  • Onno Schellekens – Managing Director, PharmAccess Foundation
  • Ralph Schonenbach – CEO, Trestle Group
  • Alexander Schulze – Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development
  • Christian Seelos – Director of the IESE Platform for Strategy and Sustainability (IPSS), IESE Business School
  • Hugh Sinclair – Global Operations Manager, Fern Software
  • Sahba Sobhani – Programme Manager, Growing Markets Initiative, United Nations Development Programme
  • Jacques Toureille – General Manager, Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance (AKAM)
  • Dr. Alfonso Villalonga – Chairman, AMREF Spain
  • Noel de Villiers – Founder of Open Africa and Ashoka fellow
  • Barbara Wagner – Senior Consultant, Dalberg
  • Tricia Wallace – Director of Capital Raising, TechnoServe/Mozambique
  • Molly Webb – Corporate engagement manager, The Climate Group
  • Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg – Managing Partner, 13 MBAs; Innovation consultant
  • Lukas Wellen – Triple Jump
  • Kyle Zimmer – President and Co-Founder, First Book
  • Representatives from Charity Bank

CleanTech Venture Seminar

  • Alessio Beverina – Principal, Sofinnova Partners (France)
  • Jordi Costa – Business Angel, BA100K
  • Yvette Go – Associate, SET Venture Partners
  • Mathieu Goudot – Aloe Group
  • Robert Huber Bürmann
  • Arun Jayadev – Associate, Wellington Partners
  • Emily Kunze – General Manager, Finaves
  • Dr. Bernhard Mohr – Investment ManagerBASF Venture Capital GmbH
  • Christopher Pommerening – Managing Partner, Active Capital Partners
  • Paula Sancho – Director of Investments, SI Capital
  • Josep Snafeliu – Partner, Ysios Capital Markets

DGDW 2009 Summary Schedule
Friday 27th February, 2009

  • 09.30 to 11.00 – Net Impact Chapter Leader Meeting (North Campus, Chapter Leaders Only)
  • 11.30 to 12.30 – Conference Registration (North Campus)
  • 12.45 to 13.00 – Welcome – Jordi Canals, Dean, IESE Business School & Liz Maw, Executive Director, Net Impact
  • 13.00 to 13.45 – 1st Keynote – Anil Soni, Clinton Foundation’s HIV/AIDS Initiative
  • 13.45 to 14.45 – Welcome Lunch
  • 14.45 to 16.15 – 1st Panel Session – 6 panels running simultaneously
  • 16.15 to 16.30 – Coffee Break
  • 16.30 to 17.15 – 2nd Keynote Address – Matthew Bishop – The Economist
  • 17.15 to 18.00 – 3rd Keynote Address – Mark Albion – Author of  “More than Money”
  • 18.00 to 19.30 – Career Forum/Trade Fair
  • 18.00 to 20.00 – Networking Cocktail
  • 21.00 to 23.30 – Participant Group Dinners (sign up via email survey, off campus in various restaurants in Barcelona City Area, cost not included in conference ticket)
  • 21.00 to 23.30 – Speaker Gala Dinner (by invitation, off campus)

Saturday 28th February, 2009

  • 09.00 to 10.00 – Breakfast (North Campus)
  • 10.00 to 11.30 – 2nd Panel Session – 5 panels running simultaneously
  • 11.30 to 12.00 – Coffee Break
  • 12.00 to 13.30 – Cleantech Venture Forum (subject to capacity limits) plus 3 panels running simultaneously
  • 13.30 to 14.30 – Lunch
  • 14.30 to 15.30 – 4th Keynote – Mr Francesco Vanni D’Archirafi, Citi
  • 15.30 to 16.00 – Coffee Break
  • 16.00 to 17.30 – Final Panel Session – 6 panels running simultaneously
  • 17.45 to 18.45 – Final Keynote  – Mr Stewart Paperin, Soros Economic Development Fund
  • 18.45 to 19.00 – Closing Notes
  • 20.30 to 22.00 – Spanish Participant Dinner (sign up via email survey, held in restaurant off campus, cost not included in conference ticket)
  • 22.00 to Close – End of Conference Party (in bar in Barcelona city area, free entry)

Planned Panel Sessions
Please note that these panels are subject to change – they only provide an indication of current planning.

Responsible Finance
– The Challenge of Microcredit: Scaling Microcredit through Innovation and Technology
– Beyond the Mission Statement: Tools for Achieving Social Benefits through For-Profit Investments
– Valuing Environmental, Social, and Governance Factors: A New Source of Competitive Advantage
– Cleantech Venture Seminar

Social & Economic Development
– How is Business Helping to Achieve the UN’s Millennium Development Goals?
– Scaling Social Entrepreneurship
– African Entrepreneurs and Executives. What do they need to succeed?
– Community Impact: Approaches – Challenges & Benefits

Energy & the Environment
– Involving Developing Countries in Climate Change Mitigation: the Clean Development mechanism (CDM)
– Renewable energy: how is the industry faring the global recession?
– Smart technology: Can IT reduce CO2 emissions?
– Energy & Environment Leadership Panel
– Cleantech Venture Seminar

Healthcare
– Micro Health Insurance – Healthcare for $1.75 a year? Is there a business?
– Healthcare Delivery – How to achieve the greatest impact?
– Drug Donation – A blessing or a curse?
– Healthcare Leadership Panel

Responsible Careers
– Stories From the Other Side – the path from a business degree to social impact
– Career Forum