BRINGING INNOVATION AND EXPONENTIAL GROWTH TO CORPORATE EXECUTIVES

   
       
   
       

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

   

2018 Global Executive Innovation Program – Helsinki & Estonia

July 22nd – 26th

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Entrepreneur Panel, Innovation to MVP: June 22, 2018

Free for Members, $35 for non-Lab Members

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An important part of a business leader’s innovation ecosystem are entrepreneurs. Oftentimes, entrepreneurs and startups are on the frontlines of industry, doing cutting-edge research and development in a highly dynamic environment.

In this session, you will hear from Lisa Henderson, co-founder and COO Synchronous Health and Armand Lauzon, founder and CEO Belle Cares, successful entrepreneurs who will discuss how they validated their business models, made necessary pivots, and why it’s imperative that their growing organizations remain customer-centered as they continue to scale. They are building a new generation of tech businesses that enable services to be more accessible, simpler and less expensive—the classic Christensen definition for disruptive products and services.

If you are not yet a Disruption Lab Member and would like to learn more about becoming a member, please contact Katie@thedisruptionlab.com today.

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The Kernel Equity Story: May 18, 2018

Should corporations innovate like entrepreneurs? We’ll answer this question together in an engaging session with the Founders of Kernel Equity and Disruption Lab Members, Peter Marcum and Todd McCullough. They will discuss perspectives and lessons learned on this timely topic and how they are redefining the private equity firm’s role and their unique “ecosystem strategy” through the Kernel Equity Story. Created just last year, Kernel is dramatically exceeding expectations. In fact, keeping up with the growth is their biggest challenge.

After Peter and Todd’s presentation, the focus will turn to the group through an engaging case study. Much has been written and debated about how stodgy industry behemoths must rethink their approaches to growth and innovation in order to avoid being “disrupted.” It sounds like a doomsday scenario, with plenty of real-life examples. What is a behemoth to do? Come help us answer this question on May 18. You don’t want to miss this one!

If you are not yet a Disruption Lab Member and would like to learn more about becoming a member and participate in 2018 Member programs, please contact Katie@thedisruptionlab.com today.

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