International Technological University (ITU) 2711 North 1st Street San Jose, CA 95134
2-Day Workshop: 18th & 19th June 2018
Chair: CTIF GLOBAL CAPSULE (CGC)
Organizer: CTIF GLOBAL CAPSULE (CGC)
Session Abstract:By 2025, millennials will represent 75% of the global 3 billion workforces.
Entitlement/ownership model is being replaced with shared model in favor of environmental and cost-effective options. With this rise of sharing economy, advancement of technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain, Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), etc., in our daily life, old businesses and value chains are being disrupted and new hyper disruptive business models are forming.
CTIF GLOBAL CAPSULE (CGC) has developed novel disruptive technologies as well as multi business model innovation technology (MBIT).
The value of digital systems increasingly derives from cross-sector applications, data and technology convergence. Continuously, digital technologies are penetrating all sectors of economy, driving disruptive innovation and changing the roles of the current participants of the value chain, as waves of new capital get poured into advancing cutting edge technologies further.
To address these changes and create an environment for capitalizing on a rapid digitalization, the Fourth CGC workshop invites digital and business model experts, researchers, entrepreneurs, business players and students to collaborate in a two-day Technological Business Model Innovation Challenge with the goal to define and design disruptive techno-business models for a sharing economy.
CGC has a solid expertise in digital technologies and multi-business model innovation technology. CGC will provide for the workshop participants its unique CGC Beeboard and Business-cube tools that allow for easily integrating disruptive research-based knowledge into successful business model.
The two days workshop will introduce over two days this unique concept by two key note sessions and a panel by globally known techno-business experts on Day 1 and a hands-on practical session on Day 2.