With less than two weeks to go before Emerging Market Innovation Workshop, we are pleased to announce the line-up of speakers for this exciting and pioneering event:

–          Her Excellency Mrs Banashri Bose Harrison, Indian Ambassador to Sweden and Latvia

–          Mikael Kullman, Manager of the Sweden-India Greentech Alliance

–          Peter Hesseldahl, frugal innovation expert

–          Tom Sebastian, Senior Commercial Advisor at Innovation Centre DenmarkNIC

The Emerging Market Innovation Workshop and Camp is a platform that enables your company to identify concrete market opportunities and explore ways to unlock high growth markets through innovation of new offerings and business models, tailored to suit local market conditions.

The Innovation Workshop, Framtidens energi och vatten för framtidens marknad, held in Stockholm on August 26, focuses primarily on cleantech (energy and water) utilities aimed at the fast-growing Indian market. During the day, we will discuss how you and your business can achieve your emerging market aspirations by introducing practical innovation tools, while we enhance market understanding and build strategic capacity to realize the immense opportunities available there. The Innovation Workshop is also a unique chance for you and your business to form enduring and innovative partnerships for emerging market success.

The Innovation Camp takes place in Mumbai, India between September 29 – October 3, 2014. During the Camp, we will engage with local experts and stakeholders to provide you and your business with the tools needed to succeed on one of the world’s fastest growing markets. During your stay in Mumbai, you will be able to develop and test your business model in an emerging market setting, while enhancing your understanding of the Indian market through an energy and water-perspective.

The invitation for both the Workshop and the Camp can be found here.

Attendance is free, but because seats are limited, please make sure you apply early.

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