COLLABORATE TO GROW-Webinar: Finding the right strategic partner can make all the difference for a start-up. You may need a co-creator who owns key technologies to make your product work. Maybe you need R&D muscle. You could gain access to someone else’s distribution network or sales force. You might even find point-of-sale owners who will work closely with you.
Join this free-of-charge Brew Your Own-webinar to learn what the research says about strategic partnerships for start-up companies, to hear what start-up advisors see going well and going wrong and to hear from start-ups who have found strategic partners. This webinar is free of charge, but you must sign up here. (Link will take you to our event-partners, Danish Life Science Cluster.)
February 23rd. 15.00-17.00
Webinar. Click here and sign up with our event-partners Biopeople, to get your link
Francesco Di Lorenzo, Associate Professor in Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Copenhagen Business School. “Partnering with corporations for funding, innovation and network opportunities. How to be good enough to be interesting, but not great enough to become a threat”. Copenhagen Business School is the leading Danish business school.
Dorte Petersen, Senior Consultant, Danish Technological Institute. “Partnering for success. What are the advantages in partnerships. How to find the resources and competencies you lack. And what to look for – the dos and don’ts – in a future partner”. Danish Technological Institute has 114 years of experience helping companies develop, test and scale technical products and solutions.
Eliot Booth, CEO, Sterisafe. “Four years of finding corporate partners for our start-up. Why big companies want to collaborate with us and why it is vital to find an internal hero to be your ambassador in the company you are partnering with”. Sterisafe produces solutions for automatic disinfection of whole rooms.
Paul Christoffersen, STAC-technology. Title of speech TBA
Brew Your Own-events, is an event format designed to inform, inspire and provide networking opportunities to start-up staff and founders and to researchers and students with an interest in innovation intensive start-ups.
Copenhagen Science City and Danish Life Science Cluster