CAN DO Innovation Summit
3rd February 2021 – The Online Edition As a focal point for business innovation in Scotland – the national CAN DO Innovation Summit will explore how businesses can build sustainable growth and resilience after the global impact of COVID-19. SMEs will meet the innovators, entrepreneurs, academics and investors that can help them adopt new technologies, build progressive working cultures and access the right support to enable innovation-led recovery and growth. 800+ delegates | 40+ speakers | 20+ sessions Virtual Support Village | Innovation Centre Showcase
At the CAN DO Innovation Summit, 3 February 2021 - a focal point for business innovation in Scotland - SMEs will meet the innovators, entrepreneurs, and academics that can help them adopt new technologies, build progressive working cultures and access the right support to enable innovation-led recovery and growth.
Global keynote speakers, as well as national SMEs at the forefront of innovation are already lined up for the free online event which will see over 800 delegates and more than 40 world class speakers joining together to help stimulate more innovation within growing SMEs.
The Summit will explore how businesses from all sectors - from healthcare and advanced manufacturing to construction and the creative industries - can build sustainable growth and resilience after the global impact of COVID-19.
Themes of sessions and networking include: Journey to a Sustainable Future; Recovery and Resilience; Workplace Culture; Advance Manufacturing and Digitisation; MedTech/Health Innovation.
Confirmed keynotes include:
- Scottish Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation Ivan McKee MSP
- President of DRI International (Disaster Recovery Institute International) in the US, Chloe Demrovsky
- Art Director for Pixar Animation Studios in the US, Craig Foster
- Special Advisor of Climate Policy and Programs for NYC Mayor's Office, Lolita Jackson
- CEO of Shooshin Works and Platform Strategy Institute, Dyan Finkhousen
- CEO, National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) - John Reid
For more information or to sign up to the online event for free, visit www.candoinnovation.scot