Researchers meet Innovators

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TU Berlin

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In this 2-day meeting participants will learn how to contribute to innovation covering a large variety of roles in the value chain. The event is designed for people from research, start-up, not-for-profit, and corporate environments, who want to learn more about innovation and how researchers and innovators can synergistically and successfully work together.

11 July - SETTING THE STAGE (2:00 pm - 8:30 pm)

2:00 pm Registration

2:30 pm Welcome

2:45 pm Panel discussion: Taking action - founding as a researcher

4:00 pm Coffee break

4:30 pm Panel discussion: Business, Academia, and Innovation

5:45 pm Short talks

Parallel Session 1: EU Funding for research driven companies

Parallel Session 2: Facets of business careers

Parallel Session 3: Meet scientific founders

6:30 pm Social event with themed tables

12 July - WORKSHOPS (8:30 am - 6:30 pm)

User Research and UX evaluation of a secure e-mail system - Borce Stojkovsky (20 people 2.5h)

Pitching your company to investors - Filippo Guarnieri (16 people / 3h)

Defining your Value Proposition - Leeor Groen (20 people / 2h)

The power of visual storytelling - Denis Fink (20 people / 3h)

How to tackle failure with applied improvisation - Ben Hartwig (30 people 2h)

Behavioral Considerations in Data Analytics - Markus Schuller (15 people 2h)

How to find the right team members for your start-up idea - Linda van Andel/Femke Ohm (40 people 2h)

The business model canvas - Maria Peeva (30 people / 3h)

Design Thinking - Nierika Hamaekers (40 people / 4h)

How to turn an innovative idea or technology into a successful business - Norman Gerstner (15 people / 3h)

Ideation Workshop: From Research to Market - Caro Stoeckermann (20 people 2h)


SALES END ON 2 JUNE 2019

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