Presenter: Prof. Solomon Darwin
Join us on June 20th from 15pm-17pm for an exciting seminar on “How technologies can drive sustainable development. Silicon Valley case” with special guest Prof. Solomon Darwin, Executive Director of Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation at UC Berkeley.
📆 Date: 20th of June 2023
⏰ Time: 15.00 – 17.00
👨🏻🏫 Location: KTU Library, Amphitheater, Studentų St. 48, Kaunas
|15.00 – 15.45
|How technologies can drive sustainable development. Silicon Valley case
|15.50 – 16.30
|Round table: How Lithuanian Business can contribute to the Smart Village movement
|16.35 – 17.00
|Q&A session with the audience
Who should attend:
- Business representatives that seek internationalization of their businesses,
- Technological companies.
Why to attend:
- Global experience on how business contribute to the sustainable development of third countries;
- Practical experience how international companies leverage exports and contribute to socioeconomical needs of the country;
- Networking with international expert on open innovation business model;
- Peer-to-peer discussions on sustainable business development globally.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Prof. Solomon Darwin
Executive Director, Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation
Executive Director, Center for Growth Markets
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Solomon Darwin has broad leadership experience in corporate management and academia. He is an international speaker recognized by peers, executives, and students with numerous awards for his innovative leadership and passion for teaching. He inspires students from both business and engineering disciplines in his courses for open innovation, business models, smart cities, scalable smart villages, and business models for emerging economies. He is also known as the father of the Smart Village Movement.
As an expert in “open innovation” and “open business models,” he is an adviser to senior executives of multinationals and government leaders in the emerging world. The list includes large global brands and government entities in US, Europe, China, India, and Latin America. He directs and moderates international innovation conferences and forums, and chairs quarterly Chief Innovation Officer round tables in Silicon Valley.