IDC, JHB 27, 28, 29 Aug 2013
SA’s premier innovation event of the year brings together thought leaders and practitioners in the field of innovation to showcase success stories, share lessons learnt, connect with peers, be inspired by those who keep on moving and practice by doing…..innovation!
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If you were unable to attend, watch this video to see what the Summit is all about:
Tools and methods to keep on innovating
Inspiring stories of journeys of innovation and thinking BIG
Pathways to success, from idea to market
Platforms that accelerate or focus innovation effort
Benchmarking best practice in innovation management
How to create a culture for innovation
Practice and learn how to pitch your solution
Funding sources at different stages of development
Protecting a new idea
Mobilising others through crowd sourcing
Growth through innovation
Corporate governance, measurement and reporting of innovation
Networking with like-minded people so that your innovation can go VIRAL……
Our MC, Aki Anastasiou
As Talk Radio 702′s award-winning trafficologist, Aki has endeared himself to generations of Joburgers by guiding them through the city’s gridlocked streets each morning and evening.
Aki’s other great passion is technology, and he presents technology and gadget driven features on David O’Sullivan, Redi Tlhabi and Jenny Crwys-Williams’ shows on 702. He also co-hosts the weekly Tech on Tap show on Summit TV.
Mi Casa Live @ the Summit!
The hit single “These Streets” which received extensive airplay on national radio stations recently, is a product of the popular home-grown house band, Mi Casa Music. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, the band, which consists of Dr. Duda, JSomething and Mo-T, was formed in 2011. Accolades include their substantial achievement at the 18th Annual MTN South Africa Music Awards in 2012 as a result of their album, titled Micasa Music, going gold. Their second single “Heavenly Sent” received as much attention as the first hit single, receiving widespread critical acclaim.
The SA Innovation Summit was both proud and thrilled to have this talented trio of musicians perform at the event on 28th August 2013!