Workshop series: Corporate & Start-up: how to leverage each other's strength to achieve disruptive innovation and to scale up
Given the speed of innovation, the shorter technology lifecycles, both large companies and startups have a vested interest in partnering. Successful alliances can significantly speed up time to market and scaling up, amongst others. However there are many reasons why such partnerships could go wrong.

EPFL Innovation Park created a 4 half-day workshops with dozens of company executives as speakers, to talk about their best practices and lessons learnt from their experiences with startups / corporates. There will be case studies as well as group discussions. Startup CEO /CTOs and Corporate innovation managers will have the possibility to work peer to peer, to better understand each other and to build powerful networks.

Dates: Thursdays March 14th, 21st, 28th and April 4th, 2019, from 13:30 to 17:30 at FER in Geneva.

Fee: CHF 1'950 for the overall 4 workshops for established companies. Start-ups (< 7 years) is entitled a financial support from EPFL Innovation Park and benefit from a large discount.

Participants who can not attend the 4 consecutive workshops can invite a colleague from his team to attend, so that they can cope with their busy agenda without jeopardising the continuity and the quality of exchange with other participating companies.

For inquiry: 021 353 80 31

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