The Electronic Business Group (EBG) is a French business organization dedicated to digital economy. Every year since 2009, they hold annual meetings to combine start-ups’ innovative ideas with larger groups’ expertise.
This year, the Digital Innovation Summit will take place on November 19 in Paris (Espace Pierre Cardin) and will bring together 1,000 professionals who build the digital in France today, to debate around those issues.
The FashionLab will be part of this conference, with Jerome Bergeret, director of FashionLab, during a round table discussion about Open Innovation.
The term Open Innovation comes out of his conceptual sphere and becomes an emerging reality in many large French and international companies. What are the objectives of the Open Innovation? How to identify and retain start-ups throughout the process? Should there be a lab, an incubator, an accelerator or an investment fund? What priority to give between breakthrough innovation and incremental innovation? How these innovations are integrated into the various departments of the company and how to minimize the Time to Market?
Jerome Bergeret will discuss this with Minh Q Tran, director of Axa Seed Factory and Francis Marion, director of strategy at Valeo from 10 am to 10.30 am.
For further information on the Summit: http://www.ebg.net/digital-innovation
To attend : FashionLab.Contact@3ds.com
About the Electronic Business Group (EBG): founded in 1998 by François-Henri Pinault and Pierre Reboul, the Electronic Business Group is a network of 660 companies and 120,000 professionals, meeting regularly through 190 events and conferences per year internationally, in its global offices in Brussels, Beijing, New York and San Francisco.
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