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Centre for Business Innovation
“Creating Connected Communities”
The Cambridge Innovation Summit on June 30th & July 1st 2021 are two days of inspiration, insight and action for thought leaders from the world's best companies who are shaping the global innovation landscape. We are now in our seventh year and this will be our largest event yet!
The programme begins on the afternoon of of June 30th with a curated matching session enabling corporate delegates to meet exciting Cambridge Start-ups that fit with their requirements. There will be specialist strands for: Food/Agritech ; Sustainability ; Post-Covid work processes. This will be kicked off with a presentation from PepsiCo about its venturing processes and successes.
This year our tried and tested formula will be moving to Hopin - enabling locked-down delegates around the world to engage. We will be using break-out rooms to help delegates to work in smaller groups on themes that are important to them. We will also arrange 'pods' where delegates can speak 1-2-1.
On July 1 our overarching theme is Innovation under Pressure. The Cambridge Innovation Summit is sector agnostic - covering : AI, Automation, Health, Materials, IT, Finance, Telecommunications and more
Working sessions designed to help delegates to engage with their peers from around the world and stimulate discussion and feedback. Sessions will address:
- Global Best Practise in Innovation
- Deep Dive Case Study
- Innovation Huddles - identifying areas of common interest where delegates can work together on action plans
- Innovation at the University of Cambridge
We are delighted to have world class innovation speakers from:
- National Grid
- Silicon Valley Bank
- BNP Parisbas
- University of Cambridge
See live agenda and registration
We are delighted to have earlybird registrations from corporates in USA, Japan, China, France, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Switzerland and the UK
Participation is free for current CfBI Consortium members (is your logo here ?
If so , Apply here)