ABN AMRO Clearing is hosting the first Bicker Brain Sessions in Circl

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ABN AMRO Clearing is hosting the first Bicker Brain Sessions, Monday 2 October 2017.

Blockchain is for transactions what internet was for information Peter Korsten Global Leader of Thought Leadership & Eminence for IBM Global Business Services

Bicker Brain Sessions

Bicker Brain Sessions invites three speakers to share their vision on tomorrow’s world and how they see things changing in the near future. How will we drive a car, transfer money or buy a house in a few years from now? And how profound will this change be? Find out during the Bicker Brain Sessions!

Bicker Brain Sessions #1

Monday 2 October at Circl 
Time: 16:15-19:00 (including Drinks and Canapés)
Location: Circl (Zuidas, Amsterdam)


Peter Korsten 
Global Thought Leadership at IBM Global Business Services
‘Blockchain is for transactions what internet was for information’  

Pepijn Vloemans
Investor Relations & Communication at FastNed and writer
‘Why the electric car revolution is closer than you think’ 
Wouter de Jong
Founder and Owner Mindgym
Wouter will provide the audience with some Mindgym

Tom de Bruyne
Psychologist and co-founder of SUE Amsterdam 
‘Evil Design. Some dark principles from the science of influence’

The main language during this event is Dutch.

How to get your ticket for this event?

ABN AMRO Clearing has a number of tickets available for its clients. Clients that are interested in attending the first Bicker Brain Sessions can send an email to aacb.events@nl.abnamro.com and provide us name and company name.

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Circl, a new circular building in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district, initiated by ABN AMRO. The bank plans to share the knowledge of circularity that it acquired while developing and constructing this circular building and to use this knowledge to advise clients. 
Besides conference rooms, Circl also has a restaurant, a rooftop bar and an exhibition space - all of which are open to the public. Circl's circularity goes beyond the building itself. Circl employees wear uniforms produced from recycled plastic bottles, and the catering services employ people with occupational disabilities. The venue will host lectures and meetings focusing on social and economic issues, including new possibilities and solutions relating to the circular economy.