Collaboration as the Future of Innovation
10:45 am - 11:00 am
Daniel Saunders is an experienced advisor in applied innovation having worked with dozens of global industry leaders, identifying and implementing pioneering technologies. Trained as a software engineer, Mr. Saunders was part of the development team of Symbian OS (acquired by Nokia) and was a senior data analyst at Global Research and Consulting (acquired by ICAP). Prior to L Marks, Daniel served as Chief of Staff for Economic Development at the Israeli Embassy. A passionate advocate for authentic innovation, Daniel has invested in thirty-five early-stage companies globally.
There is a symbiotic relationship that exists between large corporates and startups, and one that can be leveraged to secure the future of both types of organisation. Join us as we explore how leveraging effective forms of collaboration can help large corporates to stay relevant and market-leading, whilst also enabling transformative young startups to grow and thrive.
- How large corporates and startups can work together in a complimentary way.
- Effective methods of collaboration.
- Key lessons corporates and startups can learn from working with each other.