Acclaimed architect and founder of The Powerhouse Company and ReDane.
03:20pm to 03:40pm
Considered one of the most talented architects in Europe, Charles currently devotes his work to collaborative agriculture, aiming to redesign European agriculture through a simple combination of production method and collaborative market places.
Founder of invenio learn.by.doing. Innovation, creativity and teamwork guru.
03:40pm to 04:00pm
Ricard Huguet uses his unique learn.by.doing approach based on LEGO to build a collaborative network to promote innovation, entrepreneurship, talent and creative values.
ESADE Professor of Strategy and Management. Business Model Visionary.
04:40pm to 05:00pm
Associate Professor at ESADE Business School, a leading researcher on internationalization process and multinational management and the creation and development of business models.
Consultant on how to embrace the new paradigm of collaboration and sharing.
05:00pm to 05:20pm
Albert Cañigueral of OuiShare builds bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm.
“One of the top 50 most influential women in the world” Forbes Magazine
05:30pm to 05:50pm
Isabel Aguilera has been named one of the 50 most influential women on the planet. She draws on experience as senior executive at GE, Google and NH Hoteles and focuses on the strong relationship between the business sector and the Internet community.
Aldo de Jong
Service Design for the Sharing Economy
06:20pm to 06:40pm
Aldo helps corporations and startups to navigate disruptive change. He is a co-founder at Claro Partners, where he provides business innovation and service design in the context of disruptive changes in society and business.
Acclaimed architect and Member of the Third Industrial Revolution design team.
06:40pm to 07:00pm
Enric Ruiz-Geli from Cloud-9 Studio in Barcelona is renown for his revolutionary approach to innovation in architecture. He advocates for a shift in architecture to towards biosphere politics, the Green New Deal.
How can you build raving fans by engaging in co-creation and by creating communities in order to have lifelong customers?
Will the collaborative internet-age fuel a new industrial revolution?
How can we create a more integrated and fair tomorrow, with business serving progress, not short-term enrichment?
Collaboration towards a better tomorrow
How can the collaborative economy become a powerful innovation tool for my company?
How does collaboration take over 'absolute secrecy' and hence change people's mindsets?