Every day of the FTE Mykonos from the 30th of September to the 5th of October ends with an Evening Event. Location and Timings of Evening Events will be released to Guests of the Summit.
Saturday, Opening reception, 1 October 2022
- A Welcome from the Mayor of Mykonos
- Leading Mykonos Business people will be in attendance with other Innovators, Investors and Entrepreneurs
9:00 – 9:30 – Opening of the Summit by Julie Meyer, the Founder and Co-Host of the FTE – Welcome to the FTE * The Mykonos Decade – Year 2
9:30 – 10:15 – Scott Fulton, Co-Host, Co-CIO, and the Investment Director of VIVA Investment Partners – How the Macro-Economic Environment and Geo-Political Landscape Inform the Investment Opportunities of 2022 Looking into the Future
10:15 – 11:00 – Art will forever be the worst use case of NFTS by Sallyann Della Casa, Chief Identity Hacker at GLEAC
While Art always leads the way in revolutions, and they have with NFTS, we will one day very soon laugh at ourselves looking back at the good old days when “Bored Ape” dominated the NFT scene. This talk is about the true implications of a piece of code aka NFTs that can attach anything to blockchain aka the perfect notebook. From getting the world to carbon 0 using machine-to-machine NFTS, creating a marketplace for how quickly we get from one place to another with autonomous vehicles and tokenizing human ingenuity with an NFT for 5 hours of time with the world’s best experts, Sallyann, bring to life for us NFTs in full bloom.
Luxury goods sector growth is fully driven by Millenials and Gen Z, who by 2025 will account for way over half of the total luxury goods sales, bringing the value of the global luxury industry to over $350 bln. Value of fake luxury products are now larger than the rest of the industry combined at a value of $1.4tr and given the forecast growth in online sales (technology and on-line is essentially baked into every Millennial’s DNA), this is going to exceed maybe even $2tr by 2025.
Blockchain is the decentralized technology to overcome counterfeit challenge across all industries. It is about efforts from across many touch points and centralized approach to achieve a successful outcome. DeLux is working with luxury brands and technology providers to establish a global standard in guaranteeing provenance of products (and their materials) which will help protect the value of luxury brands, maximize consumer’s satisfaction and minimize the consequences of illegal trade across luxury and beyond.
12:15 – 12:45 – The Ubuntu Tribe – Tokenising and Digitising Gold by Mamadou Toure, Founder Ubuntu Group
12:45 – 13:15 – The Future of Renting Yachts by Theo Thodoris
13:15 – 14:00 – Lunch
14:00 – 14:45 – This Sporting Life – An Interview with Peter Wild, Owner and Managing Partner at Beryll Swiss Family Advisory
Peter Wild is the owner and managing partner of Beryll Swiss Family Advisory which specializes in planning and managing family wealth for a range of clients. Peter brings a highly relevant career to this work. From 1981 until 1997, he was the Head of Trading, Treasury at Julius Baer before joining AIG Private Bank in 2000, initially as CFO before becoming CEO in 2005. In 2009, Peter joined the Executive Board of Bank Sarasin, a position he held until he formed his own firm in 2015. Throughout this career, Peter’s abiding interest in football has persisted, both as a player and a fan. A long-term supporter of Manchester United, Peter’s experience of the business of sport is unparalleled. Working at the center of the capital markets as the Financial Crisis unfolded, his views of the financial markets’ challenges over the coming decade are highly sought after and will be of interest to the FTE audience.
14:45 – 14:55 – Introduction to the Future of Mobility Ecosystem by Scott Fulton, Co-Host, Co-CIO, and the Investment Director of VIVA Investment Partners
TESLA has baked the model for how the Mobility Ecosystem will work. In one company, they have imagined into existence the ecosystem and the economics of that ecosystem. That’s why they are worth more than the entire automotive industry combined. For the non-TESLA rest of world (ROW), whether an OEM, or a car rental company, or a taxi firm or an EV charging network, they need to understand their role in the ecosystem, and find the other parts. They will need a charging network, a battery firm, manufacturing, vehicles, a dashboard that integrates all of the expected functionality for the desired experience.
14:55 – 15:05 – How DRIVE Software Solutions is Strategic to the Mobility Ecosystem by ODO DRIVE
15:05 – 15:20 – How to Transition Fleets to EVs by Khasha Mekanik, Head of Global Business Development, ODO DRIVE
The history, evolution, and future of fleet management. Large enterprises operating hundreds or thousands of vehicles with hundreds or thousands of drivers face opportunities and pressure to capitalize on improved mobility technology. As opposed to the individual drivers, they have motivations, risks, costs, and environmental impacts that differ meaningfully. As well, there is the legislative influence that is forcing them to move faster, even if it is for their own good.
15:20 – 15:40 – The Future of Mobility Distribution by Marta Daina, Founder & CEO of iDEAL Rent
The pandemic has changed everything, including how people use mobility, with more and more choosing new alternatives to car ownership, car usership based solutions such as long term rental or car subscriptions. This shift to car-as-a-service is creating disruption in the traditional mobility distribution value chain. Where traditionally dealers and brokers played the leading role, emerging players such as finance, insurance and energy companies are entering mobility distribution creating new business models and opportunities. While the current semiconductor crisis and production slowdown is challenging the automotive industry, the tide of change in mobility distribution is the new reality. Once production returns to optimal levels, the shift will be further accelerated. As always, when there is a crisis, some entrepreneurs see an opportunity and at the FTE we will have our say on the Future Mobility Distribution.
15:40 – 15:55 – How Technology Firms can enable the Mobility Ecosystem by Sally Henshaw, Sales Director, ODO DRIVE
Thanks to technology and a plethora of start-ups and other disruptors, a range of new flexible and responsive mobility service models have emerged. In other words, instead of us adapting around the services, the services are adapting around us, creating a demand-led transport market. A unique combination of cross-sectoral capabilities is required to build enduring solutions to move people and goods, making collaboration a necessity. It may take the form of mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, or strategic alliances, to address considerations such as speed to market, scalability, flexibility, risk appetite, long-term vision, and Intellectual Property (IP). There are many examples of technology companies and OEMs collaborating (e.g. Daimler-Uber, Hyundai-Cisco, VW-Nvidia), combining deep automotive experience with new, disruptive technologies. Some collaborations may be long-term, others transitory, but speed is imperative to stay ahead. The strength of consumer demand, regulatory pressure, and the rate of technological development change in vehicle electrification and automation are increasing exponentially. This disruption is likely to be significant and bring great opportunities and risks.
15:55 – 16:25 – Charnjit Saranna and Lash Saranna, Founders of Electric Zoo
16:25 – 16:55 – Adam Barmby, Founder of EAV Solutions
16:55 – 17:25 – Alexander Howard the Director and Co-Founder of Clipper Automotive
17:25 – 18:30 – Panel Session on the Future of Mobility with ODO DRIVE, Electricity Zoo, EAV Solutions, Clipper
9:00 – 9:05 – Welcome back by Julie Meyer, CEO at VIVA Investment Partners
9:05 – 9:45 – Don’t Tell the Truth, Sell the Truth by Evan Nierman, CEO at RedBanyan
9:45 – 9:50 – Introduction to the Creator Economy by Scott Fulton, Co-Host, Co-CIO, and the Investment Director of VIVA Investment Partners
Speakers will share visions of how the world of creative talent will shape consumption, art, brand, and advertising. Metaverse as a Service will be explored as well as the value of creativity in an economy.But the broader Creator Economy as it pertains to building one’s Personal Economy or owning Property Rights to one’s data will be explored as well, and how the eLords will be enabling or obstructing this.
9:50 – 10:35 – How Talent House Creates the Creator Economy by Clare McKeeve, CEO at Talent House
Clare McKeeve at Talenthouse will be talking about the Creator Economy in general and the scope for a new economic model therein specifically. In particular, she will pick up on Choice and Cost. Companies that require creativity can and should have more choice and pay less for it – that is Talenthouse.
10:35 – 11:05 – Stepping beyond the buzzwords— machine learning, big data and crypto by Thomas Laumer, The Well Fund
Digitalization has created a world where human and natural activity leaves a growing amount of traceable data points. At The Well we discover human inefficiencies and changes in societal trends by analysing this data. Crypto eats into the mainstream at an incredible pace. When in 2017 the main focus was on gambling with tokens, reminding everyone of the 2000 Tech Bubble, in 2020 a broad appreciation by renowned investors like Stanley Druckenmiller or Paul Tudor Jones provided comfort for more risk-taking and entrepreneurial spirits with an open mind. The NFT craze, gaming applications or the tokenization of football clubs further piqued mainstream curiosity for this complex and disrupting technology. We expect this trend to continue and lead us to a future we call the “financialization of everything” whether it will be community tokens, local DAO’s or Network States. The future is too bright not to see the light. As a quantitative hedge fund, we focus on finding signal in the noise. We profit from deploying mathematical models that help us discover and quantify human biases and behaviours that lead to market inefficiencies. We play an important role as market participants by helping the market develop at a fair price. We employed our findings in various types of markets, proving our models profitable in every applicable asset class. Due to its volatility, crypto offers the most attractive return opportunities for us. We use a broad suite of statistical and machine learning tools to translate our insights into signals in a fully automated, quantitative way. With our early entry advantage, we were able to find many significant return opportunities, before our competition, in a novel market structure that is ripe with new opportunities and expect to be on the forefront of profiteers of the financialization trend.
11:05 – 11:20 – The New Earth Haven – Cindy Yeow, CEO at Project Oneness
11:15 – 11:30 – Managing Your IP by JiNan Glasgow George, IP Attorney & founder Neo IP
12:20 – 12:30 – The Future of How We Live by Scott Fulton, Co-Host, Co-CIO, and the Investment Director of VIVA Investment Partners
Can we create an attractive environment for investments in developing and unlocking new sectors while developing innovative opportunities for the future and unlocking new business models? How can we set new standards in regenerative property management holding as key drivers of sustainable development, supporting infrastructure featuring renewable energy, water conservation and re-use? Can insightful property investments and development models unlock new economic, cultural and social opportunities? Facing the era of the “inflation monster” Property can offer a unique opportunity leading to profitability, business sustainability and ensure a strong recovery.
12:30 – 13:00 – Waste to Fuel by Richard Parris, CEO at Sabien Technology Group
Richard Parris at b.grn is going to talk about the circular economy. Specifically, how the world can and should utilize what it has already utilized to produce what we need. In English, there is a sea of waste plastic floating off the coast of Indonesia. Let’s bring it onshore, agitate it in a specific way such that it breaks down into its component parts, one of which is fuel oil – that is b.grn.
13:00 – 13:20 – Rewarding your climate action by Gilad Regev, CEO and Co-Founder of Kora
14:30 – 14:45 – Financing Property by Darya Shaterloo, Founder of Hectocorn
14:45 – 15:00 – Fitness in the Mediterranean by Lauren Demarest, CEO at SweatVacay
15:00 – 15:15 – The Future of Greek Tourism by Harry Theoharis, Member of the Hellenic Parliament
15:15 – 15:35 – Ending the Tourism Crisis with Organic Tourism by Jean Pierre Heim, Founder at JPH Architects
15:35 – 15:50 – COFFEE BREAK
15:55 – 16:15 – Digital Insurance Reimagined by Borislava Palanchova, COO at eINS.tech
16:15 – 16:45 – The Future of Sustainable Fashion by Alessandra Chiara Guffanti, Owner at Guffanti Showroom
16:45 – 17:00 – The Future of Agriculture in Africa by Ken Peoples, Owner at The Peoples Group
17:00 – 17:35- The Future of Africa by Queen Diambi, Her Royal Highness Queen of the Bakwa Indu at Kasai Democratic Republic of Congo
17:35 – 18:15 – How to Value an NFT by Will Adams, Executive Director, Private Trust Partners
In honour of Yom Kippur, this year, we have moved around our tried and tested programme to allow our Jewish friends and regular delegates to get to a synagogue either in Athens or to visit the oldest synagogue in the world in Delos, just a short boat ride from Mykonos.
* More details on the programme and the agenda will be posted as we get important updates