- Thursday, December 12, 2013; 2 - 3 p.m. EST
The results of Plante Moran’s 2013 Innovation Survey indicate that seven out of 10 organizations are convinced that they would be more successful with innovation if they collaborated.
The majority of survey participants had a history of collaborating with suppliers and customers, but some were branching out and looking at small entrepreneurial companies and universities to collaborate with on innovation.
Plante Moran and some of its partners in the survey have designed a webinar to help you explore the possibilities to further your innovation efforts.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will know:
- About research available from universities
- How new business incubators work
- What an ecosystem for innovation is and how it works
- Michael Camp, founder of the Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Institute at The Ohio State University, and former vice president of research for the Kauffman Foundation, the world’s leading foundation in the advancement of entrepreneurship
- Pedro Guillen, a contributor to the World Industrial Reporter, and managing partner of Kinetick Partners, a boutique innovation consulting firm with offices in Detroit, Mich., and Barcelona, Spain
- Brian Langham, a Plante Moran partner and pro bono advisor to early stage digital and tech start-ups in incubator projects like Catapult Chicago; 1871, housed in the Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center; and Built in Chicago, the online community for Chicago startups, entrepreneurs, and innovators
- Matt Roush, editor of The WWJ Technology Report from CBSDetroit.com