2nd Open Innovation Vietnam on May 21, 2019.

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SE Asia is poised to become a major engine for world economic growth, along with the growth of its middle class and its continuing rollout of new infrastructure. As SEA economies continue their move up the World Economic Forum’s scale from “factor-driven” to “efficiency-driven” and finally to “innovation-driven,” large firms and startup companies alike will encounter new opportunities and demands to cooperate with each other in “open innovation” relationships.

The panel will examine how such symbiotic relationships work in big corporates and startups and discusses what this model says about the nature of open innovation and about the future requirements for competitiveness that firms will face in SEA

+14:00-14:30: Checkin
+14.30-14.40: Opening Remarks Mdm. Nguyen Phi Van – Chairwoman – Open Innovation Vietnam
+14.40-15.00: Open Innovation – Why & How? Mr. Vu Minh Tri – Vice President of Cloud Services at VNG Corporation
+15.00-15.10: Innovation inside SCG Ms. Jane Sajeekarn Prescott – Assistant Manager – Add Ventures by SCG

+15:10-15:30: “Corporate Accelerator as Open Innovation Vehicle: Landscape in Japan” Mr. Takeru Kawashima – Director of 01Booster.
+15:30-16:10: Opportunities & Demand for Open Innovation
– Mr. Thang Huynh, Co-Founder/CEO, Innovation Lab
– Mr Kevin Green – CRO – HSBC
– Mr Martin Kim – Director – Shinhan Futures Labs
– Ms Jane Sajeekarn Prescott – Assistant Manager – Add Ventures by SCG

+16:10 – 16:20: Closing Remarks Mr. Thang Huynh, Co-Founder/CEO, Innovation Lab
+16:20 – 17.00: Networking

Date And Time
Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Indochina Time Vietnam
Venue: tbc

Guest: Startups, Influencers, VC, universities, accelerators, corporations, investors, government, and NGOs,…

Language: English

Register HERE

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