How can a corporation get a startup to collaborate on bringing innovations into the company? Is it banks or fintechs that will rule the future? What's the effective way of managing innovation in healthcare?
The above are but a few questions that the experts at Disruption Forum will be asked to tackle. Disruption Forum has been a series of events for innovators, hosted by Netguru since 2017. Disruption Forum: Innovation Labs will be an exclusively online event. Registration is free and open to everyone – see the link below. Selected discussion panels will also be streamed live via Netguru's social media channels.
The lineup of this edition of Disruption Forum consists of such renowned experts as Rohit Kumar (Director of Products and Innovation at Mastercard), Katya Lobynko (Global IT Innovation – Head of Europe at Sanofi), Laura Barrabia Gil (Head of Exploration at Roche), Andrew Haarsager (Head of Retail Innovation Lab at Cartier), and Peter Collingridge (EMEA Head, D10x at Citi Ventures).
Every registered participant will have the opportunity to take part in networking and discussion sessions, and to ask questions during all the panels and sessions. We will pass selected questions to the experts on the “virtual stage”.
The previous editions of Disruption Forum were joined by Revolut, N26, B Lab Europe, Delivery Hero, UBS, Danone Manifesto Ventures, Social Impact Alliance for CEE, IKEA, and many other brands and organizations.
Join us this Thursday (22 Oct 2020) from 11 am CET. You can learn more about the event and register via this link.
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