Panel 1: The future of innovation environments In this panel will be presented and discussed the world trends in the creation and development of innovative enterprises (and startups). What is the market direction? What are the great novelties (and opportunities)? What are the new actors and models and how do they interact and contribute to already consolidated movements?
11a.m. – Panel 2: The new startups generation agenda and the opportunities for innovation environments In a world in constant change, in which globalization, the digital economy, competitiveness, the need to preserve the planet, the reduction of social inequalities, are topics that are increasingly present in the agendas of organizations, we need to know where to go and what opportunities present themselves for innovation environments. In this panel, we will discuss some themes that have proven to be strategic for these environments.
Panel 3: Sustainability of Innovation Environments – new models and sources of resources The sustainability of incubators, accelerators, technology parks and other similar environments have always been issues of great concern. In an economic scenario in which public funding is increasingly scarce, we need to identify other revenue-generating alternatives that enable these environments to carry out their activities. Thus, this panel will present some creative and innovative examples of sources of resources.
Panel 4: National and International Network of Innovation EnvironmentS Innovation has been undergoing several transformations in recent years. Before, it occurred inside the laboratories. More recently, it started to be treated inside the cities, the experimentation laboratories and the living labs, for example. Then, innovation began to emerge in these physical ecosystems, existing within the territories. And the trend is that innovation occurs through relationships in cyberspace. This requires a large network in which people can – connected – exchange ideas, co-create and generate new products, services and businesses. And this cyberspace, this network, is the platform that will make this connection between the actors. Thus, in this panel will be announced the network of national and international connection of innovation agents.
2p.m. Welcome 2:15p.m. Keynote Opening 2:45p.m. How the capital injection has developed the business environment in the Brazilian venture capital 4p.m. All paths to the IPO 4:45p.m. Venture Capital in Brazil in Figures 5:15p.m. Fireside chat 6p.m. Closing
The IP Committee seeks to share the main challenges for the formulation and maintenance of technology transfer contracts and patents, as well as is constantly striving to maintain the relationship with the National Institute of Industrial Property – INPI, in Portuguese. The discussions are enriching and count on the participation of public and private institutions. Recent proceedings of the meeting have been: the new structure of the INPI, the 1st Edition of the Industrial Design Manual, the General Law of Data Protection, the contractual relationship with startups, etc.
Through the exchange of experiences, the Innovation Management Committee promotes discussions on the innovation culture and its importance for the generation of products and solutions. The objective of the meeting is to explore the innovation environment and its actors, presenting the main strategic tools. Recent guidelines have been: open innovation, the General Data Protection Act, innovation in the regulated world, user experience (ux), radical innovation, etc.
This session will present international cases of success in articulating the various stekholders involved in an innovation ecosystem, with significant impacts on the economy, social development and the creation of a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Guests: Manoel Heitor, Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education in Portugal Prof. Peretz Lavie, President of Technion, Israel
The phenomenon of startups is perceived today all over the world as one of the most relevant modalities to promote the rapprochement between universities and companies. In addition to the economic significance of the transformation of knowledge into employment and income, startups bring about a cultural change in academia. For their economic and social impacts to be broadened, these companies need to grow in a sustainable manner, which implies the existence of investment mechanisms that finance this growth, transforming them into scale-ups and, in some cases, so-called unicorns, with a market value of US$ 1 billion.
Guest: Tony Qiu, Gerente Geral da Didi América Latina e Presidente da 99 Taxi no Brasil
Registration: August 12 and 13, 2019 (in the morning)
2:00 p.m. – Opening Ceremony
Composition of the Bureau – Authorities – to be defined
2:15 pm – Magna lecture – National Energy Planning Policy
Reive Barros dos Santos, Secretary of Energy Planning and Development at the MME (Ministry of Mines and Energy)
3:15 p.m. – Break / Coffee Break
3:30 p.m. – Round Table: Research, Innovation and Sustainable Development in Energy Mediator:Luiz Fernando Vianna, President of ABIPTI / LACTEC Participants: Reive Barros dos Santos, Secretary for Energy Planning and Development at the MME Lucas de Souza Esmeraldino, Secretary for Sustainable Economic Development from the State of Santa Catarina. Thiago Vasconcellos Barral Ferreira, President of the Energy Research Company (EPE, in Portuguese). Rodrigo Lopes Sauaia, President of the Brazilian Association of Photovoltaic Solar Energy (ABSOLAR, in Portuguese). Alexandre Siciliano Esposito, Sectorial Manager of Electric Energy at the The National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES, in Portuguese)
6 p.m. – Closing – Brief word from the President of ABIPTI
Both public and private investments in Science, Technology and Innovation should be assessed as to their impact and return to society. This session will address the importance of indicators to prove the role of technology transfer and entrepreneurship in countries’ GDP and different methodologies for this assessment.
Guests: Kevin Cullen, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia Xavier Cirera, Economist, World Bank
Moderator: Luiz Davidovich, President of the Brazilian Academy of Science (ABC, in portuguese)
The investments, both public and private, in S,T&I should be evaluated in terms of their impact and return to society. This session will address the importance of metrics to prove the role of technology transfer and entrepreneurship in the GDP of countries and different methodologies for this evaluation.
Guests: Carlos Da Costa, Special Secretary for Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness at the Ministry of the Economy
Moderator: Evaldo Vilela, President of the National Council of State Foundations for Research Support (CONFAP, in portuguese)
A versão 2019 do Fórum Sebrae de Inovação trará luz à temática do Innotation Summit: Ecossistemas de Inovação – criativos, conectados e competitivos. A proposta do evento é refletir com os principais atores do Ecossistema Nacional de Inovação os desafios para a promoção de um ambiente de inovação pulsante, que agregue os três adjetivos de maneira harmônica, no qual fique evidente quem são os atores que operam nessa agenda, quais seus papéis e quais as principais entregas de valor para o mercado.
Sob essa perspectiva, será construído um ambiente onde as principais instituições fomentadoras do empreendedorismo inovador no Brasil terão espaço para se posicionar e apresentar seus diferenciais.
A partir dessa dinâmica, ficará mais evidente aos pequenos negócios inovadores quais instituições poderão prestar o suporte adequado às suas necessidades, conforme seu grau de maturidade e competência tecnológica. Startups, médias e grandes empresas, governo, universidades, incubadoras, aceleradoras, centros tecnológicos, parques, sociedade, investidores, instituições de capacitação e fomento. Várias hélices reunidas para descortinar a integração e os caminhos que o sistema nacional de ciência, tecnologia e inovação podem trilhar.