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- Published on Friday, 30 September 2011 14:03
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Collaborative working can dramatically increase the ability of an organisation to develop and commercialise innovative new ideas. However, with these new opportunities come challenges and obstacles. This conference was attended by some of Europe's leading Open Innovation experts and organisations who debated the challenges head-on.
The event was held on 29 November 2011 in the The British Library Conference Centre, London and was attended by 115 delegates. It comprised of two sessions featuring presentations and interactive panel discussions and plenty of questions from tha audience.
Session 1: Overcoming Common Open Innovation Barriers
Led by 100% Open with the following panellists:
- David Simoes-Brown: 100% Open
- Mike Addison: Procter & Gamble
- Danny Burkel: Quantum Innovation Centre
- Harry Barraza: Unilever
- Jogesh Limbani: Orange Labs
Session 2: Protecting Ideas Within an Open Innovation Environment
Led by Creative Barcode with the following panellists:
- Maxine Horn: Creative Barcode
- Donal O'Connell: Chawton Innovation Services
- Joren De Wachter: ipVA
- Paul Mellor: Mellor & Scott
David Simoes-Brown has written a report blog. Responses to the event can be found on Twitter #OIBL.
Below is a selection of filmed presentations. More will be added in the New Year.
David Simoes-Brown of 100% Open
Jogesh Limbani of Orange Labs
Maxine Horn of Creative Barcode
Joren De Wachter of ipVA
Donal O'Connell of Chawton Innovation Services