Event |Digital Ecosystem and opportunity in the Greater Bay Area
This March, Gungho Space is bringing a workshop with the USJ School of Business, gethering our alliances to discuss the new opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.
Digital Business Transformation, Regional Innovation Systems and the new role of the Incubators in the Digital Ecosystems –
Challenges and Opportunities
Prof. Filipe Castro Soeiro,
University of Saint Joseph
Dr. Filipe Castro Soeiro is a senior international academic and executive leader, professor and researcher, with deep understanding of the for-profit and non-profit Higher Education and Education Technology sector, including strategy, regulatory, market and business development, internationalization, academic administration, technology, marketing, operations, budgetary and financial management areas. He is well-grounded and highly experienced in leading academic administration and transformations in organizations, projects and teams in Europe, Asia and USA and successful navigation in complex and thriving HE institutions and ecosystems, as Nova SBE (UNL), University of Saint Joseph (USJ) and Laureate International Universities (LAU).
He has been contributing, globally, as European Jury Member at Cartier Awards and TiE International Start up Competition and has 25+ years of experience in global markets, business life cycles and industries, in senior executive and regional roles in multinationals and start-ups. He is a leader and change maker, with entrepreneurial and innovative best practices, who is market driven, oriented to results and brings to an organization the ability to bridge business, academic and research; lead innovation and teams through strategy and execution; managing multi-product lines of business, partnerships and services. In the last couple of years, he set-up and led academically a highly innovative digital university in Europe, while focusing his capabilities and efforts to impact on regional academic business innovation and growth. Nowadays, he has been focusing on rethinking Higher Education throughout Digital Disruptive Technologies, particularly in Europe and Asia.
Digital disruption is real, is happening now, and is fundamentally changing the way organizations will compete and create, capture and deliver value to all key stakeholders, their business models, their industry groups where they operate, as well as their roles in the transformation of smart cities and regional ecosystems in decades to come. There has never been a time as now when the role of incubators is called at center of this transformational process, not only for incubating start-ups with disruptive business models, while interacting with the multiple key stakeholders in the ecosystems, but actually to support and manage actively the new roles and knowledge spillovers among all these actors. Challenges and Opportunities will be analysed and discussed.
This talk is about this new order that will guide businesses in the future ecosystems with implications for the Greater Bay Area.
What is Digital Ecosystem？
A digital ecosystem is a distributed, adaptive, open socio-technical system with properties of self-organisation, scalability and sustainability inspired from natural ecosystems. Digital ecosystem models are informed by knowledge of natural ecosystems, especially for aspects related to competition and collaboration among diverse entities. The term is used in the computer industry, the entertainment industry, and the World Economic Forum. (Reference: Wikipedia)
Date：March 15th, 14:30 pm - 17:00 pm
Venue：Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Technology Exhibition and Exchange Center (GungHo Space)
Address：1st Fl., Bl. C7, CTIC, No 12, Gangkou Rd.,
Sanshan New City, Nanhai Area,
Foshan City, Guangdong Prov.
（Address in Chinese：工合空间-佛山市南海区三山新城港口路12号三山科创中心C7座首层粵港澳科技展示交流中心）
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14:00 -14:30 | Sign-in, Welcome Drink & Mingle
14:30 -15:00 | Opening Introduction, Ice-breaking
15:00 -17:00 | Workshop: Digital Business Transformation, Regional Innovation Systems and the new role of the Incubators in the Digital Ecosystems - Challenges and Opportunities
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Technology Exhibition and Exchange Center