October 20

2016

Technology Transfer Webinar 7: universities and banks: a winning long-term relationship?

20-10-16 | 16:30 h - 17:30 h (CET)

How can banks support tech advancement in the long-term?

Universities and banks still implement nowadays an old paradigm of doing business. Universities create new ideas that strive to take off as businesses due to lack of understanding of investors’ needs and market rules. Banks are struggling to cope with tech disruption all around. Overall, more resilience is needed in both systems to build long term and sustainable businesses. Therefore, it is important to open a more comprehensive dialogue to bring strategically closer these two entities together with industry actors within the innovation ecosystem.

Topics learned during this webinar?

  • Cultural gap between University & Banking systems
  • Industry ecosystem: Corporate development
  • Circular Economy approach

Speaker: Barbara De Rossi, Global Innovation Manager, Area of Governance Chief Innovation Officer, New York Hub
Moderator: Luca Escoffier, Project Manager, EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk
Organiser: EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation - Brussels Office

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