Event: Opening Fire Lab Kiwa FSS

How to deal with complexity and integrality of future trends?

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Opening Fire Lab
November 13th 2019
01.00 PM – 08.00 PM
Apeldoorn, the Netherlands

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We would like to invite you to the opening of our new Fire Lab in Apeldoorn. To celebrate this we are hosting a festive event “How to deal with complexity and integrality of future trends?”.  

During the event trendwatcher Tony Bosma will guide us through the ever-changing world of the technology of the future and its accompanying risks. International guests will be present and share their vision and elaborate on the possibilities for the future. 

Join us during this exciting event and let’s celebrate the opening of our fire lab!

Tickets (excl. VAT):

  • Early bird: €145,- (till August 1st)
  • Normal bird: €195,-

Provisional program:

  • 13.00 h: start plenary session with Tony Bosma
  • 15.00 h: start plenary sessions
  • 18.00 h: official opening by Luc Leroy
  • 18.30 h: party!

Our speakers:

Tony Bosma: renowned futurist and trend philosopher

Tony Bosma: renowned futurist and trend philosopher

Tony Bosma belongs to the 100 most futurists of the world en is well known because of his sense of reability in his readings. Tony is the only Dutch speaker who has been nominated for ‘Trendwatcher of the year’. As a speaker, Tony differentiates by not being sensitive for hypes, but mainly focuses on the trends that will have a lasting effect on our way of life, work, communication and consumption. Tony always provides the most recent developments in his readings. His many years of experience and unique manner of working makes that he is well known as a trendwatcher and futurist on international level.

Roland Hemming: Principal Consultant Project & Product Management, RH Consulting; PLASA Consultant

Roland Hemming: Principal Consultant Project & Product Management, RH Consulting; PLASA Consultant

Roland Hemming has worked in professional audio for 30 years. He has managed the two largest audio projects in Europe – the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Millennium Dome. He has worked in live events, construction sites, hotels, rail, cruise ships, theatre, corporate AV, broadcast, education and stadia. He designs systems and provides product development and compliance advice to a variety of manufacturers. He frequently advises manufacturers on next generation audio products. For the Olympic Games he was Venue Technology Manager for Audio, working for LOCOG, the London Organising Committee. He was responsible for all Games audio except Ceremonies. This included the delivery of over 400 audio systems, liaising with and giving advice to many interested parties on issues as diverse as rigging, broadcast, radio spectrum, audio for crowd safety, disability and compliance.

Raymond de Jong: Head of security matters at Rijksmuseum

Raymond de Jong: Head of security matters at Rijksmuseum

Raymond de Jong started his career at the Amsterdam police, as a student at the police academy. In a career of 17 years he had a wide variety of functions, in ‘blue’ and ‘grey’, both executive as managerial. Over the years, his work increasingly focused on change management and organisation development. In 2015 he left the police to go work at the Rijksmuseum, as head of security matters, in which his function even include being director of the Museumplein control room PP10. Raymond is graduated in Work and Organisational Psychology with a specialization in organisational change.

Opening Fire Lab

November 13th 2019
01.00 PM – 08.00 PM
Apeldoorn, the Netherlands