DIA symposium: Incubator Value Creation, Factors for success


Service Science Factory

Friday, February 22, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CET)

Maastricht, Netherlands

Event Details

The Dutch Incubator Association in partnership with the Document Service Valley (Venlo) and Service Science Factory (Maastricht), organises a symposium entitled “Incubator Value Creation: Factors for Success”. The Symposium will be held on Friday, February 22, 2013 and will take place from 15:00 to 20:00 at the Service Science Factory, Tongersestraat 6 in Maastricht. 

The symposium is part of an investigation into the Document Services Valley. Document Services Valley supports (startup) companies in the development of new services and products in the field of digital information. Document Services Valley is a government-funded initiative of Océ / Canon, Maastricht University and Exser that this would give a boost to open innovation in the field of document services. More than 100 companies are now part of the Document Services Valley community. The creation of the Document Services Valley Incubator this year is the next step in the development of the Document Services Valley.

The symposium “Incubator Value Creation: Factors for Success” aims at identifying success factors that can lead incubators to efficiently and effectively create value. The program will start at 15.00 hours with a cup of coffee and then continued with a discussion on the podium on three main topics: (1) measuring success (2) best practices and (3) brilliant failures. Interesting speakers from home and abroad will share their experiences and will be complimented by questions and discussions. The symposium will be concluded with a light dinner, where there will be ample opportunity to network.

Soon there will be more information provided to you on the final speakers and the days agenda. We hope to see you on 22 February in the beautiful Commander House, Maastricht .





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