September 12, 2023 @ Rolex Forum
Connecting Start-up, Corporates and Academia to Foster Innovation
In the fast-paced world of innovation, collaboration between coporates, start-ups, and academia is paramount to drive the development and launch of groundbreaking products and solutions.
Tech4Growth Conference brings together corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, academic professors, and senior scientists to learn from the best practices and collaboration models of innovation key players in diverse industry sectors such as Logitech, Swisscom, UBS, as well as promising start-ups. This conference is part of the “TFV – Networking Events Series 2021-2024,” supported and initiated by the Swiss Innovation Agency.
This conference presents a unique opportunity for start-up founders, corporate executives, senior researchers, and ecosystem builders to engage in one-to-one meetings and explore potential collaborations that can fuel growth and innovation. Discover more about our distinguished speakers and the conference agenda: https://tech4growth.ch/tech4growth-conference-2023/
in person Rolex Forum, EPFL
Next Program starts on September 12, 2023
Tech4Growth Conference 2023
Participate in our next Tech4Growth conference on September 12, 2023, where we bring together start-ups, corporates, and academia from all sectors, fostering collaboration and innovation.
TESTIMONIALS OF PREVIOUS PARTNERING WORKSHOPS
“Connecting with the ecosystem and rapidly meeting people. It gives a first level of networking and allows to go further from there.“
“I was thrilled to join the #Tech4Growth Energy workshop recently with my colleagues Anna Contaxaki and Andreea LAPLACE. The event gathered together a fantastic range of energy sector participants —from tech start-up founders to corporate senior executives and university academics. I was delighted to share our learnings and best practices from the acquisition and integration of Green Motion’s #ElectricVehicle charging business with this diverse group.”
“The workshops highlight the problem we have today to collaborate with start-ups as a corporate. The session allowed me to exchange with a lot of start-ups and other corporates, reminding me that we need to do more for the community and the collaboration.”