London Pulpweek Symposium 2020


The Programme

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The webinar will be held over two 2-hour sessions on both Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th of November, with a starting time set at 11.55am UK time.

We are excited to try out this new format which should allow for even greater numbers than usual.
Individual ticket prices have been revised to £215 (+VAT where applicable), and sponsorship packages allow for an unlimited number of delegates from within the sponsoring company to join!

Please note that we will be using Zoom as a platform for the event. If that is a problem for you, please get in touch with us.


Conference Details

Event Name:
London Pulpweek Symposium 2020
11 November 2020 - 12 November 2020
Registration for the next event will open three months prior. Stay tuned!


We are delighted to welcome a distinguished group of speakers. Please see below for further details. 

Walter Schalka

Walter Schalka is President at Suzano, a position he has held si...

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David Rennie
The Economist

David Rennie is the Beijing bureau chief of The Economist&n...

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Wolfgang Beck
Mercer International Group

The educational background of Mr. Beck is businessman and forest...

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Peter Holmgren
FutureVistas AB

Dr. Peter Holmgren is a senior forestry and development professi...

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Daniel Nordigården
McKinsey & Company

Daniel Nordigården is an Associate Partner with McKinsey &...

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Tom Wright
Hawkins Wright

Tom is the Managing Director of Hawkins Wright. He und...

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Oliver Lansdell
Hawkins Wright
Oliver is an industry analyst and consultant with more than 15 year...
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Pierre Bach
Hawkins Wright
Pierre joined Hawkins Wright in 2014 and has been providing researc...
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