|8h - 8h30||
|8h30 - 12h30||
Panel 1 - "Social Networks"
To what extent has the internet changed the way we communicate? Are social networks generating new forms of consumption and personal relationships? How can companies take advantage of social networks for consumers‘ loyalty, by giving them what they most want and need in the new economy? This panel will stimulate reflection on these issues, presenting various experiences and points of view on innovation and entrepreneurship in industry and services, linked to the use of networks.
MODERATOR: RAQUEL RECUERO (BRAZIL) - Ph.D, Journalist, Professor and Researcher in the Post Graduate Program in Social Communication at UCPel.
MICHAEL NICKLAS (EUA) - Investor and entrepreneur. STARTUPI, Socialsmart Ventures, Griphon Group.
GIL GIARDELLI (BRAZIL) - Brazilian social networks expert. Co-founder of Gaia Creative. Coordinator of the Innovative Actions in Digital Communication, Startups and Creative Economy and Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age courses at ESPM.
MARIO COSTA (BRAZIL) - Portal and Collaboration Sales Manager at IBM Brazil.
MARTHA GABRIEL (BRAZIL) - Director for Technology at New Media Developers. MBA and Post-Graduated Professor at the São Paulo Business Schoo of the Anhembi Morumbi University.
|8h30 - 12h30||
Panel 2 - "Low-carbon economy"
In the context of sustainability and social responsibility, the low-carbon economy pannel emphasizes the importance of entrepreneurial awareness and mobilization to reduce greenhouse gases emission. Reducing emissions is a great opportunity for innovation and generation of high value-added products. More than an environmental concern or statutory requirement, this pannel will discuss how the industry can gain competitive advantage through this new economy and present studies and practical examples that demonstrate these benefits to business competitiveness.
MODERATOR: PAULO MOLL (BRAZIL) − Manager for Industrial Policy at National Confederation of Industry (CNI).
PAULA BENNATI (BRAZIL) - "An introduction to the low carbon economy and climate change" - Senior Advisor for Climate Change - Institutional Relations Directory of the National Confederation of Industry (CNI).
SUZANNE PAHLMAN (SWEDEN) - "Innovation in the 21st century: Turning challenges into opportunities ". Researcher at the 21st Century Office and Project Manager for TI Sector at WWF.
CAROLINA DUBEUX (BRAZIL) - "Challenges and Opportunities of Climate Change in Brazil" − Senior Researcher at the Center for Integrated Studies on Environment and Climate Change - Climate Center/COPPE/UFRJ and an expert selected for the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernamental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
SUZANNE PAHLMAN (SWEDEN) -"LOW CARBON IT - Invisible solutions to transformative change". Researcher at the 21st Century Office and Project Manager for TI Sector at WWF.
|8h30 - 12h30||
Panel 3 - "Social innovation − A challenge for industry"
The theme of social innovation proposed in order to encourage industry to promote new business models in search of solutions (products or services) for a social problem or an opportunity for a particular community. Prospects for entrepreneurs, public administrators, civil society organizations and technology developers to use the diffuse creativity expressed by social innovations, enhancing its dissemination and replication; generating social, economic and environmental value.
MODERATOR: EDISON LISBOA (BRAZIL) - Superintendent at SESI-DR - Rio Grande do Sul State.
TIM GLYNN BURKE (USA) - Harvard Kennedy School - Co-author of the book "The Power of Social Innovation".
LEONARDO LETELIER (BRAZIL) - CEO of SITAWI/organization for investments with social impact.
CARLA CIPOLLA (BRAZIL) - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro − COPPE. Brazilian coordinator of the DeSIS Design for Social Innovation Network − social innovation to develop business models.
ANDREA COLEMAN (UNITED KINGDOM) - Young Foundation − UpRising Program Leader. Global Academy for Social innovation.
|8h30 - 12h30||
Panel 4 − University-industry interaction
Plenary session 1 - "Strategies to foster criativity and create a culture of innovation"
TOM KELLEY (USA) - Executive Director of Ideo Design consultancy. Author of the books "The Art of Innovation" and "The Ten Faces of Innovation".
|15h30 - 15h50||
Plenary session 2 - "How to Maximize Return on Innovation Investment"
|16h50 - 17h30||
Q&A − Questions and answers
MODERATOR: LUCIANO DEOS (BRAZIL) - President, Gad Design.
|18h - 19h30||
Meeting "Biomass and Bioenergy" - Exclusive for guests