May 8, 2014
One such conference is The Corporate Revolution, a lunchtime event that will be held on Tuesday, May 13 at Ideaspace. This conference will focus on how startup innovation is becoming a critical component of leading corporations’ competitive strategies. It’s the perfect opportunity to see how “thinking like a startup” is affecting even the biggest, most established companies. How might this trend apply to your company? Better yet, what does it mean for you, as an entrepreneur?
A panel of innovation executives from major corporations will discuss their strategy of partnering with or acquiring startups to keep their companies growing and innovating over time. It’s a case of the big guys learning from the little guys, and this strategy speaks to the growing role startups and their founders are playing in the larger business world.
Here’s a peek at the panelists who will be speaking next Tuesday:
- Evan Burfield, Cofounder at 1776
- Diana Stepner, VP of Innovation Partnerships and Developer Relations at Pearson
- Karen Dahut, Executive Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Mark Smith, MD, Director, MedStar Institute for Innovation
- Brian Lukoff, Program Director, Learning Catalytics at Pearson
- Donna Harris, Cofounder at 1776
Lunch and learn about The Corporate Revolution! Here are the details you need to attend this exciting conference:
The Corporate Revolution
Tuesday, May 13 @ 11:30am
Ideaspace – 300 Tingey St. SE, Washington, DC
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