Startup Commons Workshop, one day before Slush 2017: Breaking and Connecting Startup Ecosystem Silos
Working with advanced cities in the context of startup ecosystem development you easily find out that the most common challenge for them is breaking and connecting startup ecosystem silos, which is avoiding, from economic development perspective, collecting data variety coming from diverse data types, sources and formats.
In practice this means that data in a silo is not just isolated from broader processes, services and human team, it is also isolated from broader decision-making so therefore there are city benefits that data silos are not currently leveraging, holding back the pace of city startup ecosystem development.
Startup Commons is organising again our Startup Ecosystem Development Workshop taking place on November, 29 during SLUSH 2017 event in Helsinki, covering not only implementing end-to-end digital solutions to knock down ecosystem silos but also planning strategy and building local digital team so that economic development and digital development functions are understood and operated closely together at all levels, from finance to strategy to operations. The workshop is targeted to key stakeholders responsible for city, regional or national economic development
Our workshop program will cover this time the following topics:
To see the full program and to register please go to the event page.
Additionally, you will have opportunity to connect with your global peers to share best practises and build cross border relationship.
Startup Commons has assisted national and local governments at various Ecosystem Maturity levels and population sizes in US., EU and Asia on policy-making and developing solutions, services and instruments on how to nurture and grow a thriving startup culture and how to develop startup ecosystems in a globally connected world.
Early-bird tickets available until next November, 11th. But hurry up, there are only five tickets left!
NOTE: Exact venue location of the workshop in Helsinki will be confirmed closer to event time and details. Details are updated on the event site and all ticket holders will be notified by email, once the location is defined.
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