Program

This is a preliminary overview. It will be updated on a regular basis.


1th of JulyAddress tbd.
17:00-18:00Registration, welcome reception, get together
18:00-18:15Conference opening
19:00-20:00Fishbowl discussion by Prof. Dr. Henning Breuer and Guests: Dive-in to Values-Based Innovation
20:00-21:00Networking & Socializing


2nd of JulyESCP Europe Berlin
Heubnerweg 8-10, 14059 Berlin
08:45-09:15Registration, welcome coffee
09:15-09:30Welcome by Andreas Kaplan, Dean ESCP Europe Business School Berlin, and Florian Lüdeke-Freund, Chair for Corporate Sustainability
09:30-10:30Keynotes
10:30-12:00Parallel sessions
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00Parallel sessions
15:00-15:30Coffee break
15:30-17:00Parallel sessions
17:00-18:00Panel discussion hosted by Prof. Dr. Thomas Wunder
19:00-20:00Boat tour (ends close to conference dinner location)
20:00Conference dinner


3nd of JulyESCP Europe Berlin
Heubnerweg 8-10, 14059 Berlin
09:00-09:30Coffee
09:30-10:30 Keynotes
10:30-12:00Parallel sessions
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00Parallel sessions
15:00-15:30Coffee break
15:30-17:00Parallel sessions
17:00-18:00Conference closing and outlook on 2020
18:00Social Event

Berlin session 1

“Business models for a circular economy” Chairs: Niels Faber, Jan Jonker, and Abhishek Agarwal Business models based on linear thinking create a pattern (take, make, dispose) where the extraction of...
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Berlin session 2

“New business models, sustainable development, and corporate strategic management” Chairs: Romana Rauter, Yuliya Snihur, and Christian Nielsen Sustainable business models are intensively discussed as a means to foster a necessary...
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Berlin session 3

“Social Entrepreneurship as a transformative force towards sustainability” Chairs: Nikolay Dentchev, Philippe Eiselein, and Abel Diaz Gonzalez Social entrepreneurs deal with social problems and entrepreneurial opportunities at the same time...
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Berlin session 4

“Circular communication in a circular economy: how social media communication shapes sustainable business models” Chairs: Deike Schulz and Niels Faber Meaningful communication via social media is circular communication that includes...
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Berlin session 5

New business models for sustainable entrepreneurship Chairs: Matthew Johnson, René Mauer, and Stefan Schaltegger Sustainable entrepreneurship describes the processes of discovery, creation, exploitation and growth of business opportunities leading to...
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Berlin session 6

“Open Innovation Enabled by Emerging Technologies: What are the Implications for New Business Models?” Chairs: Maya Hoveskog, Emma Incze, Fawzi Halila, Markus Raatikainen, Stephen Davies, and Antony Upward This session...
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Berlin session 7

New business models for sustainability transition Chairs: Jan Jonker In this session we do not look at new business models (NBMs) from a theoretical or conceptual perspective but quite daringly,...
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Berlin session 8

Insights on Business Models from Young Academics Chairs: Ana Paula Barquet and Martin Glinik This session focuses on scientific contributions from young academics – including PhD and graduate students. This...
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Berlin session 9a

Practitioner session: The Smart Business Modeler – Using Business Model Patterns Chairs: René Bohnsack This is an interactive session on the use of business model patterns for online business modeling....
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Berlin session 9b

Practitioner session: Climbing Mount Thriveability Chairs: Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0 With the clock ticking, the design of our economic system needs to change drastically. A green, inclusive and open...
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