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Women in PE: “how diversity boosts innovation”

How can awareness of the benefits of diversity be raised in the printed electronics industry and beyond?

The panel discussion, which takes place on March 24 at the LOPEC Forum, will highlight the topic how diversity boosts innovation organized by the OE-A Working Group “Women in PE”. Printed electronics has already reached many industries and is successful in numerous fields. Never-theless, there is a great potential for possibilities and innovation waiting to be discovered. The laws of economics and many studies of diversity tell us that if we tapped the entire pool of human resources and talent, our collective performance would improve.

It is up to us to demonstrate that diversity enables us to innovate more, better and in a healthi-er way. Printed electronics also has so much potential because it does not stick to old and "rigid" concepts, but creates new, pioneering products through the cooperation of different disciplines, breaking up all thought patterns. These rigid thought patterns can best be broken by bringing together as many different points of view and impulses as possible. With this discussion we would consequently like to raise awareness of the benefits of diversity to the printed electronics industry and beyond.

The panelists are:

  • Helen Kardan, Senior Manager New Business Development, ASML Holding N. V. (NL)
  • Nina Riegel, Head of Project Management Office in Corporate Technology of amsOSRAM AG (DE)
  • Corinne Versini, CEO, Founder, GenesInk (FR)
  • Luisa Prista, Head of Department A “COSME, H2020 SME, EIC pilot & EMFF”, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) / European Commission (BE)

The event will be moderated by Giovanni Nisato, CEO & Founder, Innovation Horizons GmbH (CH).

Location: LOPEC Forum in the foyer of the ICM

Date: Thursday, March 24, 2022, 11:00-12:00

Notice: The LOPEC Round Table will be in English, there will be no simultaneous translation.

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