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15 December 15:00 - 16:00DIGITAL EVENT

We see successful talent attraction as one of the most important components for successful growth and continuation of one's business. However, attracting the right competences, responding to the expectations of the new professionals, and keeping them in the organisation remain one of the biggest challenges in today's organisations.

Member or non-member, male, female, or other, take your coffee with you and join our digital afternoon talk with Fempack about the opportunities, challenges and misunderstandings in attracting new talent to packaging and other industrial sectors.

How easy it actually is to get in? And what are the obstacles that new labour face when entering these industries? Hear a discussion on these burning questions directly from both established professionals' and students' perspectives.

As usual, we invite you to draw inspiration and participate actively in the questions and comments part of this digital event! We are looking forward to connecting with you all for insights, networking, and fun!

Preliminary Agenda

Introduction - about Fempack

Svetlana Eskebaek, Packbridge
Moderator - Consuelo Giordani, Ecol Studio Consulting

10min

Students' perspective - from expectations to reality

Elif Tiryakioglu, Nalaputi Basoeki, Nawapan Boonchum - Lund University alumni

10min

Industry's perspective - how do we bridge the gaps?


15min

Johanna Hansson, People & Culture Recruiter @ Inter IKEA Group

Nazli Önder, People and Culture Generalist @ IKEA of Sweden

Rasika Carlsson, People & Culture Specialist @ Inter IKEA Group

Elna Hallgrad, Development Manager @ Orkla Foods Sverige


On benefits of being a mentor and finding one - Kom in! project

Ana Paula Do Nascimento, Project Manager @Region Skåne

5min

Discussion and Q&A

20min

The End

Speakers

Ana Paula Do Nascimento
Project Manager @ Region Skåne

Ana Paula works at Region Skåne, in the Regional Development Department in Malmö and currently manages a project called "Kom In" which focuses on the integration of foreign-born women with a college degree into the Swedish labour market.

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Elna Hallgrad
Development Manager @ Orkla Foods Sverige

Elna is a proud LTH (Lund University) alumna and a PhD in Food Chemistry. The last 15 years she has been working within the food and packaging industry, starting her career at Tetra Pak, then at Atria and the last 8 years at Orkla Foods Sweden. Here Elna is responsible for the packaging development and manages a team of packaging developers.

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Johanna Hansson
People & Culture Recruiter @ Inter IKEA Group

Johanna has a background in recruitment from a variety of industries, mainly from the UK. Over the last 3 years, she has been working within the HR function at IKEA of Sweden.

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Nazli Önder
People and Culture Generalist @ IKEA of Sweden

Nazli has started her career in human resource management at Manpower Inc. as a Search and Selection Consultant. She has now covered a variety of HR roles in IKEA internationally, ever since joining the company in 2008.

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Rasika Carlsson
People & Culture Specialist @ IKEA Range & Supply

Rasika joined IKEA in 1999 and since then moved up through different positions within the chain. Currently, she works as a recruiter for Range & Supply, focusing on product development roles.

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All you need to know:

When: December 15, 15:00-16:00

Where: Wherever you are - this is a digital event 

For whom: This event is open to everyone

Language: This event will be held in English 


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Fempack steering group

Teresa Ewing

Packaging Solution Engineer @ IKEA of Sweden

Sara Bergendorff

Project Manager @ Returpack AB

Consuelo Giordani

Managing Director @ Ecol Studio Consulting

Helena Wiksäter

Senior Key Account Manager @ Skanem

Helena Lindh

Environment Executive @ Tetra Pak 

Hannah Franzel

Packaging Developer, Innovation @ Orkla Foods

Cecilia Tofterö

Packaging development consultant @ Tofterö.se

Katrin Molina-Besch

PhD. Institutionen för Designvetenskaper @ Lunds Tekniska Högskola

Svetlana Eskebaek

Business Development @ Packbridge

About Fempack: Ever since the network‘s establishment in 2016, Fempack by Packbridge gathers women in packaging for mutual professional and personal development. We do this through knowledge sharing, boosting creativity, as well as developing leadership skills based on empowerment and trust.