Kalypso to Moderate Panel on Evaluating Corporate Venture Activity at E.N.G.‘s 3rd Annual Techscout

September 24, 2013

AMSTERDAM, The NetherlandsKalypso, the world’s premier innovation consulting firm, will attend and present at E.N.G.’s 3rd Annual Techscout 2013: Strategic Technology Venturing & Innovation Excellence, Sept. 24 and 25, in Amsterdam.

Techschout 2013 offers insight into scouting techniques, methods to find and manage external partnerships, and actual case studies of partnerships that have moved technology forward with lower risk and decreased time to market. This summit brings together leaders of innovation and corporate venturing from companies that matter, and offers cross industry insight and face to face opportunities to establish meaningful partnerships.

On Sept. 24, Kalypso Senior Manager Lucio Pieroni will moderate a panel during “Setting and quantifying strategic metrics to evaluate your corporate venture activity.” This session will discuss factors to consider; estimating what factors could influence the success or failure of the CV activity; strategy and performance measurement; and setting up clear contract content to ensure that both companies are on the same page and agree on success criteria group.

What: Setting and Quantifying Strategic Metrics to Evaluate Your Corporate Venture Activity
When: Tue., Sept. 24, 11:45 a.m.
Who: Lucio Pieroni, Senior Manager, Kalypso; Michael Dimelow, Vice President Business Development Processor Division, ARM; Issam Dairanieh, Global Director, BP VENTURES; John Stewart, Director, Open Innovation, TATE & LYLE
Where: Hilton DoubleTree

About Kalypso

Kalypso is the world's premier innovation consulting firm, helping clients improve performance, drive profitability and create sustainable results by delivering on the promise of innovation. The people of Kalypso are leading business professionals who combine unparalleled expertise in innovation, product development, and product lifecycle management (PLM) with a depth of experience in the consumer goods, high technology, manufacturing, life sciences and retail industries.