Thu 2. April 2020 at 15:00
Join us for a free webinar exploring how science parks and areas of innovation can bring startups and big corporations together to create a culture of collaborative innovation instead of rivalry.
On April 2nd we will hear from the 2019 Inspiring Solutions second place winner, Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol (Estonia), who will present “Level 11 - New Level in Innovation", their programme that connects corporates and startups and helps them learn from each other.
Title: Level 11 – New level in innovation
Speaker: Kadi Villers, Innovation Manager
Date & time: 2nd April 2020, 2:00pm CET
Click here to register and join this free webinar
This is a two-step registration process, so please register in advance so you don’t miss the start of the webinar – you’ll need to wait for a confirmation email. Feel free to share this link with anyone in your science park management team who may be interested – they just need a profile in the IASP website to be approved. Contact us if you need help creating a profile!
About the Inspiring Solution
Level11 connects progressive Estonian corporations with Estonian startups to encourage joint innovation initiatives. The programme brings together big companies and startups for innovation initiatives instead of rivalry, creating a unique community of innovation leaders, providing successful mediation, with Level 11 acting as interpreter to explain the opposing expectations to the other party and find solutions, mixing knowledge sharing and raising awareness, networking, hands-on practical events (workshops, seminars) and mentored acceleration for product testing and development. 80 corporations and 70 start-ups were engaged resulting in innovation events, 1:1-matchmaking, innovation audits, company visits and an Innovation Leaders' Club.
About the speaker
Kadi Villers is an innovation expert from Estonia with international experience in designing and implementing Innovation Programmes, in People Development and Project Management.
Currently Kadi works with corporate innovation services as Innovation Manager at Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol but her previous professional experience includes positions of the Head of Programme Development at European Innovation Academy in France and Italy, Knowledge Management Specialist at Amadeus IT Group in France, Project Coordinator at Estonian Association for Personnel Development, and Project Manager at Baltic Event Service.
Kadi has an MBA in change and innovation from IAE Aix-en-Provence Graduate School of Management in France and an MA in economics from Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia.
We look forward to seeing you online on April 2nd!
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