It has become clear that we need open innovation and transformative ideas more than ever. Multi-partner networks and ecosystems with tech startups will likely play a pivotal role in it.
ibe2020 will leverage the latest academic research and expert insights to tackle questions like:
Setting the scene
Pieter Paul van Oerle. nlmtd, TNW X. Wibe van de Vijver. Director of Markets at Techleap.nl
Startup sourcing: What’s happening?
Sander van der Blonk. Scoutely
Break-out sessions round 1
Break-out sessions round 2
Peek into the future of entrepreneurial ecosystems
Prof. Dr. Erik Stam. Dean, Utrecht School of Economics (U.S.E.)
Wrap up and closing thoughts
Pieter Paul van Oerle, nlmtd TNW X
16:30 – 17:00
Breakout sessions 1
Why and how should public organizations leverage startups?
Prof. dr. Ir. Fredo Schotanus
How does Philips manage Open Innovation? What is the sentiment regarding startups?
Dr. Ir. Maarten van den Boogaard, Open Innovation Lead, Philips Consumer Lifestyle
Venture Clienting: What is it? What to expect?
Gregor Gimmy, 27 pilots
Corporate Venture Capital & start ups: insights & practices
Leonie Baneke the Director Venturing of Eneco, Ilonka Jankovich is a serial entrepreneur and investor, Katharina Maass the Head / Fund Manager of Achmea Innovation Fund
17:05 – 17:35
Breakout sessions 2
How to identify startups? What are scouting best practices?
Wopke Dost/TNW • Koen van Engelen/Venture IQ • Marie José van den Boogaard/KPN
Do it yourself, buy, or partner with startups? Key steps to decide the best route.
Max Kranendijk. Lead Open Innovation, Rabobank.
How to measure & quantify the success of Corporate-Startup engagements?
Parul Kaul-Green the Head of AXA NEXT Lab Europe at AXA Group, Henning Till the Vice president of Corporate Innovation at Bayer
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