Building on the international success of its digital and tech ICT Spring summit and on the way to its 20th anniversary, the 360 communication agency presents its new strategy. "Farvest 2020" corresponds to the duplication of the ICT Spring concept towards creative industries, financial innovations and human challenges’ innovations.

One year ago, Farvest announced its strategic partnership with Docler Holding and the arrival of its new CEO, followed recently by the onboarding of a new experienced management team. Farvest Group keeps moving forward to answer its clients and partners’ shifting needs and expectations. "Within the current environment, between digital transition and jobs transformation, our partners favor the collaboration and bet on ecosystems in order to always create more innovation, develop new products and tie strategic partnerships. To be even more efficient, we wanted to gather our traditional themes around four main annual and international summits whose main pillars will be expertise and best practice sharing, comments Kamel Amroune, Farvest Group CEO.

 

From FinTech tendencies to the importance of Human Ressources management

By focusing on the sectors handled for the past 10 years; Finance & Banking, Human Capital & Mobility, Marketing & Communication, Farvest Group have decided to duplicate the ICT   Spring.  With this "four seasons approach", Farvest 2020 corresponds to the creation of three new summits mixing experts conferences, exposition areas or even startup competitions, innovations labs, gala dinners and awards ceremonies.

Starting November 2019, the B2B event marketing Luxembourgish leader will organize "Human Capital Europe", dealing with themes around Humans globally with this year, a key focus on HR and mobility. This summit will showcase European best practices as well as the development of new solutions. This summit will indeed include a HR Summit as well as a Mobility Summit, and will close the day with the traditional HR One Gala and its Luxembourg HR Awards. In 2020, more highlights will be added, amongst which the Luxembourg Healthcare Summit.

Next year, winter will sound like "FinWinter", summit onto which will be added the traditional FundsEvent and PrivateBanker. Funds, Investments and Private Banking trends will be decrypted during this new summit. Undergoing an important transition phase, the payment industry will also be one of the major themes of the day.

In May, tech and digital experts will attend the 11th edition of the ICT Spring. One more time, thousands of participants will meet up to discuss space trends during the Space Forum but also Cybersecurity on IS Day, now re –named European Security Forum.

Early in the summer, MarCom experts and other creative people will be able to attend a "Creative Summer", made of 100% inspiration and innovation. The agencies and advertisers will notably be invited to present their most recent projects in order to potentially win one of the valuable Luxembourg Marketing & Communication Awards (consequently postponing the 2019 Gala Marketers to July 2020). Several conference sessions are also planned around the topics of Marketing and Creativity.

Kamel Amroune concludes: "The events which made Farvest successful, through its different communities, are now grouped into four main annual summits. The participants will then be able to discuss and share around transversal themes, topics and challenges. We are looking forward to offering such event innovations to professionals and Luxembourgish experts, always aiming at constantly developing the vibrant local ecosystem and "unleashing the potential of Europe" from here".

 

Press release by Farvest


Publié le 19 septembre 2019