HANNOVER MESSE 2020, 20 - 24 April
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Industrial Startups in the economy of the future

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English, German

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Industrial Supply, Integrated Industry, Platform Economics

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   Platform providers have become dominant in the market and disrupted many established businesses of the past. Correspondingly, we see a strong individualization of the business mainly in the B2C market that is platform driven by companies like Uber, Airbnb etc. Here, trust in the supplier plays an essential role.   We foresee such an individualization of the business also in B2B markets driven by new technologies such as 3D/ 4D printing, IoT, biochips and many more. These B2B markets are to a large extend dominated by established corporates. These corporates are extremely trustworthy, but often show weaknesses in driving innovations fast enough and disrupting the market.   In this presentation we discuss the role of established, trustworthy corporates in the growing ecosystems of innovative startups. We also elaborate on how industrial startups can position themselves to play a vital role in the economy of the future. 


  Adrian Reisch

Adrian Reisch

Ernst & Young

Dr. Adrian Reisch is the responsible Partner for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) at EY globally. He advises leading industrial companies from industrial products, automotive and transportation, lifescience ...

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