Samsung president leads IFA 2014 speaker line-up

Bosses from Intel, Nest and Sennheiser will also be talking at the trade show in September
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Samsung Electronics president and CEO Boo-Keun Yoon will deliver the opening keynote speech at the IFA 2014 trade show in Berlin this September.

Other speakers confirmed for the event include Daniel and Andreas Sennheiser, CEOs of Sennheiser, Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of the Personal Computing Group for Intel Corporation, and Tony Fadell, CEO of Nest Labs.

On Friday, September 5th at 10.30am, Boo-Keun Yoon, President and CEO of Samsung Electronics, will address Samsung’s vision for the home of the future. 

At 2pm on the same day, Levent Çakiroglu, president and Koç Holding Durable Goods CEO, at Arçelik Group, will provide insight into strategies and talk about the Turkish manufacturer of household appliances - Arçelik.

At 5pm on the same day, Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of the Personal Computing Group for Intel Corporation, will reveal new products and Intel’s plans to usher in a new era of computing devices. 

On Saturday, September 6th at 10.30am, Nest Labs CEO Tony Fadell will talk about the emerging smart tech company.

At 2pm on the Saturday, Daniel and Andreas Sennheiser, CEOs of Sennheiser, will discuss the culture of innovation that has always ensured Sennheiser’s position as a market leader. 

IFA is the European trade fair for consumer electronics and home appliances and will take place on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds (Expo Center City) from September 5th to 10th 2014.

The IFA International Keynotes 2014 will take place at the new congress hall CityCube Berlin. 

"IFA is proud to present an outstanding International Keynote program with leading international executives who will share their success stories and strategies for the future," said Jens Heithecker, IFA Director. "This year IFA received a record number of highly qualified applications for our International Keynote Program."

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