Join Executive Round Table event: “The innovation and technology convergence in Life Science and Healthcare industry”

November 14, 2016

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With improved technology, especially, Artificial Intelligence, what physicians will be needed in the future? Join the Executive Round Table event on Nov. 22, 2016 featuring “The innovation and technology convergence in Life Science and Healthcare industry”

Eyeforpharma on Open Innovation – How to become a ‘Partner of Choice’?

November 4, 2016

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The Art of Innovation: How to Become a “Partner of Choice” is an insightful interview with seasoned innovation professionals discussing what it takes to build a Partner-of Choice-relationship with Open Innovation in the pharmaceutical industry.

No need for doctors in the future?

August 18, 2016

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Technological advances like Star Trek’s “Tricorder” affect healthcare faster and deeper than we seem to be aware of. It poses the legitimate (and serious) question whether we will need physicians anymore in the future!

Join me at Singularity University’s first Germany Summit, Berlin, 20-21.Apr.16

March 22, 2016

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Join me at Singularity University's first Germany Summit, Berlin, 20-21.Apr.16

Digital Transformation at ‘Life-Science meets Telco7’ on April 14, 2016

March 12, 2016

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Life Science meets Telco VII

Meet me in Bonn, Germany on April 14, 2016 for the 7th installation of DeTeCon’s Life-Science meets Telco series. This year‘s event focuses on a very special aspect of the Digital Transformation – the cross-industry collaboration and exchange. How can digitalization be implemented to make a difference in every patient’s life? What best practices from other industries […]

German Innovation Insider: Catch-Up in Mobility Arena

February 23, 2016

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After exploring German innovation barriers to digital transformation. As a follow-up, let's look at an example of a successful industry already known for high-tech. And which example would be more moving than the iconic German automotive industry?

German Innovation Insider: Holding the Brakes on Digital Innovation

February 17, 2016

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German innovation gets trapped in the very mentality focusing on building quality products ‘Made in Germany’ that the country got well known for. Holding on to vertical product improvement, however, obstructs crossing industry barriers, convergence, developing game-changing business models, and coming up with breakthrough innovations with potential for exponential growth and returns.