April 9, 2021

Innovation Ecosystem Series: Craftsmanship, Creativity, Innovation


Innovation is not inevitable. Fertile ground is required for ideas to take root and come to fruition. 

Throughout the month of April, the U.S. Chamber’s Global Innovation Policy Center, in partnership with IP Watchdog, is hosting a series of events focused on ecosystems for innovation, creativity and craftsmanship.

Learn how the collaboration between government agencies, academic institutions, business startups, and established companies allows them to achieve together things that a single institution cannot.

On Tuesday, April 6, the first event, “Craftsmanship,” focused on the ecosystem that enables investment in the skills development, human capital and technology base leading to world-class-quality products.

On Tuesday, April 13, the second event, “Creativity,” focused on the ecosystem for creativity that enables investment in the skills development, human capital, and technology leading to world-class creative products and job opportunities for millions of Americans.

On Tuesday, April 20, the third event, “Innovation” focused on the partnerships between different actors in the innovation ecosystem that have enabled our response to the global pandemic. The conversation showed how biotechnology research and development ecosystem—from early-stage research through product development and clinical trials—as well as the diverse stakeholders involved and the relationships among them.

For our final event, join us for a discussion that will bring together the themes of the previous sessions and focus on the threads that weave the ecosystems of craftsmanship, creativity, and innovation.

 

April 28  |  3PM ET

The Common Thread

Join us for our final keynote discussion that will bring together the themes of the previous sessions and focus on the threads that weave the ecosystems of craftsmanship, creativity, and innovation into the societal and economic fabric that enables us to allocate resources, facilitate collaboration, and bring ideas to the realm of possibilities.

 

 

 

Confirmed Panelists:

  • Suzanne Clark, President & CEO, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Michelle McMurry-Heath, President & CEO, BIO
  • Ruth Vitale, CEO, CreativeFuture
  • Omoni Oboli, Filmmaker
  • Kirti Gupta, Vice President, Qualcomm
  • Mitch Glazier, Chairman & CEO, Recording Industry Association of America
  • Karyn A. Temple, Snr. Exec. Vice President and Global General Counsel, Motion Picture Association
  • Ray Kerins, Vice President, Bayer
  • Danny Marti, Head of Global Government Affairs, RELX
  • Bob Pearson,Founder & Chair, The Next Practices Group

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