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The Future of Innovation for Fortune 500

July 4, 2018 to October 30, 2018

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Description

Innovation for Fortune 500
Needs- trends More competition, more startups launching to compete, faster cheaper technology to launch new competitors, consumers expect faster innovation cycles.
Alternatives – solutions – Partnering with Startups to find / funding/ buy new ideas. Using technology to help staff create innovation and share knowledge. Increased pool of freelancers and flexible workers to source ideas. Crowd Coursing to create innovation.

Organizers

Panelists (37)

Christine Hade Omni Channel Brand Marketing & Innovation Executive
Fehmida Kapadia Helping organizations adopt a customer-centric approach to manage their innovation and marketing strategy.
Dawn Houghton Innovation Consultant
Wayne Fisher Innovation Guide at Rockdale Innovation
Himanshu Bharadwaj Creative Director.
Brendan McGinty Industry Director
Adam Malofsky, PhD Elemence - Help, Listen & Learn - $2.5B products sold/yr - $70mm+ raised - Collaborator, Coach, Innovator & Advisor
Adam Malofsky, PhD Elemence - Help, Listen & Learn - $2.5B products sold/yr - $70mm+ raised - Collaborator, Coach, Innovator & Advisor
Michael Fruhling We help our clients accelerate new product development by sourcing external innovation inputs.
Ian Gibson Professor at University of Twente
Frank Voehl CEO & President, Quality Coach, Innovation Coach, Grand Master Six Sigma Black Belt, Business Author, Mentor
Jim Kelly Small Company Growth Quarterback
Onna Burleson Experienced technical leader with demonstrated success in implementing engineering initiatives & technologies
Sumant Parimal Partner and Chief Analyst of '5 Jewels Research' at Innogress, Also Partner at Stark Consulting Services Inc.
Sandy Waters Semi Retired at SW Consulting but still helping companies accelerate growth
Megan C
Steven Bladeni Head of Product & Digital Strategy Leader
Fernando Almeida Coordinator Professor & IT Consultant at ISPGaya
Michael Perman Innovation Futurist. President, C'EST WHAT? LLC
Giulia Iorio-Ndlovu Sub-Saharan Africa Senior Insights Director at PepsiCo
Andre Stolz Venture/Business Builder and Startup CxO with HQ in Singapore
Glenn Wastyn High-tech Solutions Executive: CEO, Regional & BU Management, VP Sales and Marketing with Global Impact
Costa Michailidis Cofounder at Innovation Bound
Victoria Coe Founding Director
Rob Bickford COO, SVP, CIO and President
Chris Toth Senior Research Analyst - Experiential and Consumer Insights
Dennis Stauffer Innovation and Entrepreneurship Expert, Researcher, Author, Professional Speaker, Trainer, Consultant
Sebastian Grodzietzki CGO @ PARIS AG | MD @ multiple | Serial Founder | Business Angel | Chief Advisor (IoT, Digital Transformation, EduTech + Growth) | Speaker
Michael Phelan Start-Up CMO, Founder & Principal Go-to-Market Pros
Rainier Van Rietschoten Co-founder - CCO
Danny Yalcin MSc,MEng,PEng New Product Introduction, Engineering Design & Development, Innovation, Digital Manufacturing, Lean Process Improvement, Global Programme Management in Aerospace & Defense Manufacturing
Robert Bornhofen, DM Strategy and Innovation
Chris Allen Key Account Manager
Eric Ballou Innovative Founder and Professional
Tito Zamalloa Consumer products marketing executive. Retail and e-commerce.
Lynn Altman President
Caleb DeLeeuw Visionary | Founder | Entrepreneur | Autodidact
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