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Content, Innovation Leadership, Outside of the box, Video
OUTSIDE OF THE BOX “How do you prioritise your innovation efforts? Where do you focus? Which capabilities are core?”with Martijn Moerbeek, Digital Strategy & Innovation Director @LGIM and Hattie Willis @Rainmaking
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How many times have you been told: “Cannibalise yourself or watch someone eat your lunch”! “Innovate or Die!”
It’s all very well to say corporates need to innovate, but admitting you have a problem is only the first step, and one most corporates have already taken. The challenge comes once you buy into the need to test new business models, be more customer centric and invest in new initiatives. How do you really do it, and how do you do it across three innovation horizons at once?The organisations who really win will be those who have a superpower for multitasking: those who can simultaneously defend and optimise existing business models, grow to new markets and new opportunities in adjacent areas, and set up their own succession plans by preparing their own ventures with brand new business models.But trying to do three fundamentally different things and build three very different capabilities at once is a recipe to fail at them all. So how do you prioritise and proactively create both the processes and full portfolio of initiatives to really future proof your organisation – and do it well? Where do you even start? 
We share the real life war wounds and success stories. Together, we will unpick the topic of the three innovation horizons, sharing the highs and lows, what broke and how they fixed it in their approaches, and why they chose their different approaches and priority areas to unlock results targeting defence, disruption or growth.
Martijn Moerbeek is a group director at Legal & General, a FTSE 50 financialservices company, advisory board member for technology houses and start-ups,and a keynote speaker. He has a blended skill-set of corporate strategy, innovationdesign and business architecture, bridging all aspects of change. Martijn has spenthis career architecting and driving large-scale digital transformations in companieswith revenues of up to £44bn. More recently, he has focussed on establishingengines for business growth by realising the potential for disruption at the cross-over between the corporate and start-up worlds.
Hattie Willis is an Associate Principal at Rainmaking Venture Studio. Hattie has deep experience in entrpreneurship education: as Head of Training and an Associate Partner at Rainmaking she embedded Innovation Accelerators into organizations with 14,000+ employees, ran the Top 400 training for DPHL, supported new Venture creation for Jaguar Landrover and designed culture change programs for Lloyds Banking Group to name a few.

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Campfire, Content, Innovation Leadership, Video
Campfire with Brant Cooper,  NYT bestselling author of “The Lean Entrepreneur”// “Disruption Poetry: Creating Momentum for Change”
In this Campfire session “Disruption Poetry: Creating Momentum for Change, Brant Cooper, New York Times Best Seller and CEO of Moves The Needle, broke down the 5Es of Disruption Poetry: Empathy, Experiments, Evidence, Equilibrium and Ethics — and how they prepare our company to deal with uncertainty. 
Innovation is hard. Disruption is harder. Large, successful businesses achieved their success through superior execution in well-understood markets. Everyone agrees that their companies must be “innovative”, but what does that mean? Executives have long used the term “innovation” to justify everything from open seating floor plans to idea competitions that lead to nowhere.
The question should be “How do we deal with uncertainty?” It might be the uncertainty of new revenue sources in the future or it could be, “how do we manage our supply chain during a global pandemic?”

Lean Innovation principles can help by disrupting how we address uncertainty through a combination of Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile practices.
With over two decades of expertise helping companies bring innovative products to market, he blends agile, design thinking, and lean methodologies to ignite entrepreneurial action within large organizations. Brant has a unique take on disrupting our current way of thinking in order to be closer to customers, move faster, and act bolder.  He has experienced monumental milestones such as IPO, acquisition, rapid growth, and crushing failure.

Brant Cooper serves as a global keynote speaker, mentor to entrepreneurs, and trusted advisor to corporate executives. His mission is to teach leaders how to find personal and economic growth through creating new value for fellow humans.

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Campfire, Content, Data Driven Innovation, Video
Campfire with Tatjana de Kerros @Ricolab // “Beyond the hype: Most corporates aren’t ready to invest in startups”
Tatjana de Kerros talks about governance, strategic and financial requirements for successful corporate venturing, the mindset, and of course- the pitfalls (when internal corporate venturing should just be avoided- but how they can still get in on the action).
Tatjana de Kerros is Head of Corporate Venturing at Ricolab, leading venturing, startup collaboration and technology scouting for the Ricola Innovation Lab. She is on the Board of Swiss ICT Investors Club (SICTIC), and Jury Member for Bilan Top 50 Startups, Venturelab and InnoSuisse. Previously to joining Ricolab, Tatjana founded two startups, including Tagmemics, the first Arabic semantic NLP engine for financial markets- which was acquired in 2016, and her career spanned Europe and the GCC.
Tatjana is particularly passionate about transformative technologies and startups that can innovate the health, wellness and financial markets in Switzerland. Her core areas of expertise are in emerging business models across SaaS, platforms, fintech, healthtech and retailtech and new collaborative models between corporates and startups. She is an active mentor, skier, hiker and proud owner of two Salukis.

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Acceleration & Venture Building, Content, Video, Workshop
“Workshop with Sjoerd Peters, Program Director Moonshot @Rabobank //”Accelerating transformational ideas within a corporate environment”
For years we are accelerating budding ventures through our Moonshot campaign. It sounds easy, but is it?
Working in a corporate environment has its pros but also its challenges, and in a heavy regulated environment like a bank maybe even more. Sjoerd will share with you his experiences and lessons learned.

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Acceleration & Venture Building, Content, Outside of the box, Video
“Outside of the box “New ventures co-creation with a startup studio” with Aleksander Naganowski @ Mastercard and Tomasz Rudolf @The Heart
Corporate Venture Building
How can companies co-create new ventures with a startup studio?
In the session, we will present the learnings from The Heart & Mastercard company building experiences and findings from interviews with a global community of other corporate venture building pioneers, including BBVA, Swisscom, Standard Chartered, Coca-Cola or Ericsson.
Tomasz Rudolf, Co-Founder, The Heart
Entrepreneur and executive chairman of The Heart, a corporate company builder that partners with Mastercard and many other multinationals to co-create a portfolio of 100+ ventures. Over 20 years of experience in building new businesses within and with large multinationals. Worked with companies like 3M, EY, Saudi Aramco, Wolters Kluwer.

Aleksander Naganowski, Vice President, Digital Business Development, Mastercard
Experienced manager and engineer, focusing on innovations in payments, cybersecurity and cooperation with new technological and business partners. He is responsible for application of emerging technologies, such as biometrics, tokenization services, fraud prevention systems etc. He seeks new forms of business cooperation with partners within open ecosystems and oversees Mastercard’s cooperation with BLIK and The Heart.

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Acceleration & Venture Building, Content, Outside of the box, Video
Outside of the Box with Miguel Arias, Global Entrepreneurship Director @Telefonica and Torsten Kolind// “Startup engagement for market recovery”
Watch the session recording to learn how startups are helping large organizations make the most of the new normal on the example of Telefonica: why and how to focus on talents and scale-ups, what’s the glue that keeps startups and corporations together and other questions answered by Miguel Arias, Global Entrepreneurship Director @Telefonica

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