G2 partecipa a IOTHINGS 2019 – Mind Milano – 3 Aprile 2019

da | Mar 19, 2019 | Eventi G2, Open Innovation

Roberta Gilardi, CEO G2, partecipa alla tavola rotonda organizzata da IOTHINGS2019 sul tema dell’inconto tra Corporate companies e startup e/o imprenditori. @IOTHINGS2019 – Mind Milano , ex area Expo.

More info @ http://www.iothingsmilan.com/programma-2019/#openinno

The Round Table

Tech start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs face specific challenges regardless of the industry they are addressing. How to develop a product ready for the mass production if maybe only a non-functional prototype is available? What are the suitable products and development tools? What are the requirements of the target market (e.g. different battery laws in each country)? What is the actual time to market? What are reasonable technology partner options? Techpreneurs even call it a rollercoaster. What are then the do`s and don’ts in scaling up your solution? And how do corporates come into the game supporting innovative entrepreneurs?

At IOTHINGS Milan 2019, the Innovation World Cup® Series, the world-leading open innovation platform in the Internet of Things, will welcome a selection of leading tech players and ground-breaking scale-ups for an insightful round table to provide IoT start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs the answers and tools to thrive their innovation further with a win-win cooperation strategy.

Key Takeaways

  • Major pitfalls for IoT start-ups, scale-ups, SMEs
  • Tips and tricks from experienced tech leaders about how to take an innovative solution to the market successfully
  • Advice on how to collaborate with leading tech corporates with a win-win cooperation

Moderator: Sonja Sulzmaier, Managing Partner, Navispace
Peter Dollfuss, Product Manager, Microtronics
Roberta Gilardi, CEO, G2 Startups
Joachim Kuhnke, Innovation Business Manager, W.L. Gore & Associates
Thomas Waldmann, Start-Up & Venture Manager, Würth Elektronik
Markus Vogt, Director IoT, EBV Elektronik

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