Successful Partnerships Between Large And Small Companies Building Great Success With … Very Different Teams Working Together: How To Make It Work l

Successful Partnerships Between Large And Small Companies Building Great Success With … Very Different Teams Working Together: How To Make It Work l
11 March 2015 PAMART Laure

The IE-Club (Innovation & Enterprise business club) invites you:
Wednesday March 11, 2015 6 PM—9PM

Successful Partnerships Between Large And Small Companies
Building Great Success With … Very Different Teams
Working Together: How To Make It Work l

Venue: Venture Cafe at the Cambridge Innovation Center (www.cic.us)
Kendall Square at MIT (largest collection of startup in the world)
One Broadway, Cambridge, 5th floor.

Casual format with a roundtable and light cocktail.

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5 :30 PM

Available Tour of Cambridge Innovation Center

6 PM

Networking, wine/beer/soda/cheese/crudites/light appetizers

6 :45 PM

Panel discussion

8 PM

Networking, wine/beer/soda/cheese/crudites/light appetizers

Speakers/moderator:

Robert Kalocsai, Founder, Software Continuity

Software Continuity is a technical trust operator which provides to large organizations a guaranty of perpetuity for the maintenance and support of small to medium Independent Software Vendors). Robert is also Treasurer of the IE Club in Paris (France) and will presents annual results of the Observatory of Relations Between Large Companies and Innovative Small Companies.

Bernard Haurie, General Manager, Geopost

The GeoPost Group regroups the Express subsidiaries of La Poste Group and is a major force in Express throughout Europe as demonstrated by its first rate DPD road network. GeoPost serves more than 230 countries on behalf of over 300,000 customers in the world. GeoPost is positioned in 1st place in France and 2nd place in Europe for the CEP (Courier Express Parcels) market. Bernard is also President of the IE Club in Paris (France) and will presents the IE-Club (its members, actions, events…)

Ann Halford, Executive Director of Digital Technology, Boston University

Previously VP Information Technology at Staples Inc. Executive IT & Software R&D, 30+ years engineering & operations, aligning business & technology strategies, change agent.

Daniel Behr, CEO at Slips Technologies (Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surfaces)

Daniel is a serial entrepreneur, venture investor and technology transfer professional. He brings 25 years of experience in startups, innovation and technology commercialization, both in the life and physical sciences. He was a co-founder and Senior VP of Access BridgeGap Ventures (early-stage biopharma investments); a Director of Technology Ventures at Allied Minds (creating and funding startups out of universities); and a Director of Business Development at Harvard University’s Office of Technology Development (technology transfer office).

Several small companies CEO to provide their view of best practices/practices to avoid (internet/enablers/innovative services)

Moderator: David Feinberg, Esq. Feinberg Hanson LLP. Counsel to over 300 startups.

No charge to attend this event; we will be offering at the event memberships in the Boston IE Club for $100 ($50 for employees of startups with less than 20 employees).