CoreNet Global Summit, Madrid 2018
Madrid | 25 - 27 September 2018 | NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding
The largest gathering of corporate real estate professionals in Europe

Madrid - Keynote Sessions

Keynote Sessions

Opening Session with Anders Indset | 26 September | 9:00 - 10:30
What's Next? Wild Knowledge Requires Wild Thinking


Anders Indset

Managing the elements of change and coping with a world in which society keeps gathering knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom is challenging. In the era of permanent revolution and increasing complexity, solutions are found by embracing different mind-sets, simplicity, and wild knowledge. During this thought provoking keynote you'll appreciate why Anders Indset says that "Our leaders of today need the philosophy of the past, paired with the scientific knowledge and technology of tomorrow". Known for his unconventional thoughts and rock star attitude, Anders will discuss leadership, technology, and change. Discover if you are living the change or being driven by its forces!

Anders Indset is one of the world's leading Business Philosophers offering a new perspective on the "art of thinking". By bridging the philosophy of the past with the technology and science of tomorrow. He shows how leaders can cope with the 21st century. His 10 postulates of change provide a framework to cope with our fast-paced world. He is a Norwegian-born occasional tech-investor based out of Frankfurt, Germany and a visiting guest lecturer at leading international business schools, founding partner of Frankfurt International Alliance (FIA) and an advisory board member of German Tech Entrepreneurship Center (GTEC) as well as a trusted advisor for Global CEOs and leading politicians.

In his inspiring keynotes, known for his unconventional thoughts and provoking theses, he covers topics such as leadership, change and creation. His latest book "WILD KNOWLEDGE - Outthink the Revolution" was launched in Europe in May 2017, for 2018 it is planned to be published in numerous languages worldwide.


Closing Session with Caspar Berry | 27 September | 15:30 - 16:45
Risk Taking and Decision Making: in Poker, Business and Life


Caspar Berry photo

In business, just like poker, you are often dealt hands that are not of your choosing. If you're lucky and the hand is good…well you know. And, then there are the weak hands! In order to be a great decision maker -- or investor -- you need to understand the brilliance, limitations and flaws of your innate judgement. What's Next for You? Understanding how you make decisions and deal with risk can make you better at what you do. Professional poker player and entrepreneur Caspar Berry's eye-opening comparisons between playing cards and running a business incorporates innovating, risk-taking, communicating, and decision-making. This is an opportunity to examine the implications for your business from a very different perspective. You'll long remember Caspar's unique, refreshing, and humorous insights!

Caspar Berry, 38, started his career as the lead in one of BBC1's flagship television programs of the 1990s before going on to read Economics and Anthropology at Cambridge.

At university, Caspar was a prolific theatre director where he worked with a wealth of talent in The Footlights and after setting his sights on becoming a professional film writer he had his first screenplay produced by Film Four whilst still in his final year. By the time he was 23 Caspar was writing for Miramax and Columbia Tri Star. Then at 25, he took the decision that would dramatically change his life: he moved to Las Vegas and became a professional poker player.

In 2002, Caspar returned to the U.K. co-founding Twenty First Century Media and building it into the fastest growing audio visual media company in the North East of England before selling it in 2008 to Bob Geldof's media giant, Ten Alps.

He has now been a professional motivational and keynote speaker – using the metaphor or poker - for the last 10 years during which time he has delivered over 1,600 speeches in over 30 countries for more than 300 companies including Google, IBM, Audi, Sony, Visa, McDonalds, Sainsbury's, BP, HSBC, Orange, HP, Gartner, Virgin, Misys, Ebay, ASDA and BA.