ENRICH in the USA
ENRICH in the USA, a European Commission Horizon 2020 funded initiative, is organizing fire-side chats with government agencies and high growth deep tech startups from Europe to talk about the important role research universities play in startup ecosystem development, as well as in transatlantic bridge building, to support and scale global startups. The mission of ENRICH in the USA is to provide collaboration and commercialization support services to European researchers and innovators in the USA and Canada, while facilitating their access to university-centric soft landing ecosystems, including US investors, to maximize their chances of success in North America. Speakers: David Eberle, Typewise AG; AJ Francis, SelectUSA; Bernald Leone; Sensosan; Sylvain Philippe Jaccard; Switzerland; FranAsoise Preteux, IMT Institut Mines Telecom; Viorel Peca, European Commission. Sebastien Torre, European American Enterprise Council (Moderator).
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Procter & Gamble
Join Procter & Gamble as we showcase how our passion for problem solving is helping us reinvent everyday consumer experiences. This session was previously recorded and is now available for on demand viewing.
Privacy 3.0: What is Needed in an Evolving Digital Age?
Governments are moving to consider new privacy laws, which is easier said than done. Hear policymakers and industry discuss pitfalls to avoid when crafting privacy laws, how to protect consumer data, and giving businesses clear rules of the road.
Before the Show - Getting ready for CES 2022 (CESTV)
Come share the excitement with Brian Tong as he shows us what’s in store for us in the days ahead for CES 2022.
Session on Bodyfriend's product, The Pharaoh O2.
Trade and Global Competition: What’s needed for leadership in tech?
Countries around the world are trying to overtake the U.S. in tech leadership. Join CTA for a discussion on how the U.S. can maintain its leadership in this crucial industry, and how trade and supply chains play an integral part in this endeavor.
Survival of the Fittest
There’s been an 88% average increase in exercise for people who normally exercise 1-2 times per week during the pandemic and the boom in both remote fitness activities and in-home fitness hardware and services has skyrocketed.