Palestine International Business Forum (PIBF)

Well-renowned international trend forecasting expert to speak at PIBF business conference in Stockholm

Pressmeddelande   •   Okt 05, 2010 15:39 CEST

On 13-14 October 2010, the Palestine International Business Forum (PIBF) annual business conference will be organized in Stockholm, together with the International Council of Swedish Industry (NIR). As one of the main speakers at the conference, Ms. Anne Lise Kjaer from the international trend forecasting agency, Kjaer Global, will present her views on macro-trends for the coming decades.  

With an exceptional eye for 'the next big thing' and an original and inspiring way of translating fledgling concepts into viable commercial propositions, Ms. Kjaer is a leading global futurists with a clear focus on future trends, consumer behaviour and concept work for global corporations. She delivers out-of-the-box thinking and is an extremely sought after inspirational speaker and has worked with a broad variety of multinational corporations.

Mrs. Kjaer works with some of the world's leading brands, e.g. IKEA, Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey & Co, Nokia, Sony and Toyota.

This year’s Annual Business Conference will provide a forum for entrepreneurs to come together to explore business opportunities and together be part of creating the future. The conference will attract close to 100 high-ranking private sector actors from Palestine, Israel and Sweden. The business leaders and companies supporting PIBF share the belief that peace is good for business, and business is good for peace.


'The future is not some place we go, but one we create,' Anne Lise Kjaer

Palestine International Business Forum (PIBF) - brings together Palestinian, Israeli and Swedish business interests and business people in order to create sustainable economic development in Palestine. PIBF focuses its activities in areas identified vital for economic growth in Palestine to benefit the Palestinian people. PIBF is a private-sector organization whose members are prominent business leaders from all three countries. We believe that free and reciprocal business relations build sustainability in Palestine which will ultimately positively contribute to building peace in the Middle East.