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News article21 September 2021

Launching INNOSUP project PITCCH 2nd Corporate Challenges

Don’t miss INNOSUP funded project PITCCH's event launching the 2nd round of corporate challenges!

The project will unveil the next 5 technological challenges launched by European big corporations. At the event, corporations will share their open innovation corporate strategies, expectations on solutions from SMEs and on collaborative projects.

The event will kick off with a brief introduction on the project and will focus on the benefits that SMEs/Startups and technology centres can expect from this 2nd round of challenges.

Participants will be then briefed on the achievements of the 1st round of challenges. Two testimonials will be showcased: one by a big corporation and one by an SME.
Raffaele Scoccianti, from Procter&Gamble, will talk about the experience of the big corporation in the PITCCH process to solve their challenge named "Plastic-free" recyclable packaging for liquid detergents. Márcia Filipa da Silva Pereira, CEO of Bandora Systems, will share the experience of an SME in the PITCCH process and give insights from the collaboration with SPIE on the challenge: “Open Data systems for building environment in digital technologies”.

This event is for everyone who wants to engage in the opportunities in advanced technologies and search for a collaborative project.

Register today! 

Agenda

Time (CET)

 TOPIC

15:00 

Welcome and  introduction 

Paula Galvão, Chief Business and Strategic Relations Officer, INL.

15:05 

Presentation of the current PITCCH collaboration projects.

Guests:
Raffaele Scoccianti, R&D Director Corporate Open Innovation, Procter and Gamble.

Márcia Filipa da Silva Pereira, CEO, Bandora Systems.

15:35

Q&A session

15:45

The PITCCH project business model and key benefits.

Speaker: Michela Mattaloni, Business and Strategic Relations Officer, INL.

16:00

Big Corporations panel: Challenges presentation

16:20

Q&A session and closing remarks

 

Details

Publication date
21 September 2021