Les bonnes recettes des écosystèmes gagnants
Politiques publiques ciblées, solutions publiques ou privées de financement, clusters, incubateurs… : comment les acteurs privés et publics peuvent-ils coopérer pour créer et partager une culture commune ? Quelles sont les bonnes recettes pour booster la création et l’innovation ?
Animateur : Lélia De Matharel, journaliste au JDN
Jeremy Silver is CEO of the Digital Catapult. He is an author and entrepreneur specialising in digital media, big data, music and the creative industries. He is a non-executive director of a number of early stage companies in music and media. He is a member of the UK Creative Industries Council and was Executive Chairman of Semetric Ltd (acquired by Apple), CEO of Sibelius Software (acquired by Avid) and Worldwide Vice-President of New Media for EMI Group in Los Angeles. He was an advisor to the founders of Shazam. He co-founded Uplister in San Francisco, which was the world’s first playlist-sharing music service. He is the author of an acclaimed book Digital Medieval: the first twenty years of music on the web – and the next twenty. His discussion paper Blockchain or Chaingang was published by CREATe at the University of Glasgow, where he is an Industry Fellow.Voir plus
Joani Gerber is a seasoned executive with proven experience leading economic development and innovation organizations. As the VP, Client Experience & Partner Relations for the Accelerator Centre she leads the strategic initiatives guiding operations, programming & Government partnerships. With a background in finance & entrepreneurship ecosystem development Joani has a proven track record in strategic planning, design and implementation. She is an active leader in the business community serving on numerous Boards including her current role as Chair of the local Chamber of Commerce. Offering insight into relationship & ecosystem building, program development & strategic execution she has partnered with various organizations such as CABI & the ONE Network for Entrepreneurs and the Canadian Digital Media Network.
Director General, CEO, Tekes Mr Pekka Soini is Director General, CEO of Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation. Prior to his current position at Tekes, Pekka headed Corporate Development Office (CDO) at Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and was Country Director for Finland and a member of the Executive Management Team. Prior to his position as Head of Corporate Development he headed NSN Strategy and Business Development. Prior the merger, in Nokia Networks, he was the Head for Strategy & Technology unit. Pekka joined Nokia in 1987 and held several global business management position within Nokia Networks, such as the Head of Radio Networks Business Unit, and prior to that the Head of Broadband Wireless business alongside System & Business Development activities. Pekka has been stationed five years in the US where he was VP of M&S of Nokia Telecommunications, and two years in Paris, France where he was heading the Nokia Telecommunications team in the European Cellular Consortium Program. Mr Soini is a member in several governmental and business councils and boards. He is a permanent expert to the Research and Innovation Council of Finland chaired by the Prime Minister and a board member of the Technology Academy Finland. Pekka Soini was born in Finland in 1960. He holds a M.Sc. in Control Engineering from the University of Oulu. Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation (www.tekes.fi) is the most important publicly funded expert organization for financing research, development and innovation in Finland. Besides funding technological breakthroughs, Tekes emphasizes the significance of service-related, design, business, and social innovations.Voir plus
Délégué Général du pôle de compétitivité Cap Digital
Diplômé de l’école Centrale Lille, il a rejoint le groupe Dassault Electronique où il a conduit des actions de standardisations internationales et de développement de gammes de produits dans le domaine des réseaux embarqués, puis dans le domaine de l’Internet.
Il a ensuite choisi de devenir entrepreneur et de créer la société 6WIND, spécialisée dans les logiciels pour équipements de réseaux Internet.
En 2006, avec ce même esprit d’entreprendre, il a mis en place et structuré Cap Digital pour en faire l’un des premiers pôles de compétitivité français et l’un des premiers clusters européens.
Patrick Cocquet est membre du Comité consultatif stratégique sur la Compétitivité et l’Innovation en Europe.
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