Find out how to increase business innovation and create opportunities for expansion and commercial success.
Does your business face innovation barriers or digital transformation challenges when engaging with prospective customers?
In today’s highly competitive business environment, innovation is often the catalyst that propels an organisation forward, boosting productivity and profitability.
However many businesses are on a learning curve when it comes to innovation development and innovation adoption. The Innovation Exchange can help you by providing a framework to enable an understanding of the innovation journey, from ideation to procurement.
What will be covered?
1) How The Innovation Exchange works
2) Introduction to the complete framework of five modules
1. Knowledge, 2. Access, 3. Collaboration, 4. Pipeline, and 5. Deal
3) Eligibility criteria
4) How to apply
5) Live Q&A
What is The Innovation Exchange?
An enterprise-led initiative
This is a new enterprise-led initiative that connects technology solutions providers and consultants with organisations facing digital transformation challenges.
A complete framework
The Innovation Exchange is designed to offer a complete framework of five modules that will enable both SMEs and large corporates to develop a full understanding of the innovation process.
Increase in business innovation adoption and fast-tracking B2B deals
The outcomes of the programme will include an increase in business innovation adoption and a fast-tracking of B2B deals between technology SMEs and large organisations, including multinational companies and government departments.
About Conor Carmody, Investment Consultant @ Dublin BIC
Conor Carmody is an experienced Business Leader with over 30 years’ experience in Ireland and internationally.
Conor is a specialist in the areas of Strategy and Commercial Development. Conor started his career in the Retail industry in Ireland and subsequently moved to Moscow, where he was responsible for the setup and development of an International Retail Business. On his return to Ireland Conor was responsible for the development of the Commercial strategy for the successful launch of Meteor Mobile Communications in 2001.
Following the sale of that business, Conor was responsible for the development eMobile brand for Eircom in 2010 and subsequently worked Vodafone as Marketing Director. Conor received his MBA from the UCD Smurfit School of Business in 2010 and was made a Fellow of the Marketing Institute of Ireland in 2009
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