SPEAKERS FROM 2017

 

 

AGENDA - 2017

 

MORNING 1 – Landscape of tomorrow's economy

09.00

Opening

09.05

Key note speech: The Relevance of Responsible Innovation for Business

Speaker: 

Jeroen van den Hoven

Jeroen van den Hoven

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Professor of Moral Philosophy

09.20

Panel discussion – Future-proof businesses? Investors insights

Facilitator: 

Niamh Bushnell

Niamh Bushnell

TechIreland, founder and CEO

Panel: 

John Phelan

John Phelan

HBAN, National Director
Paul O’Sullivan

Paul O’Sullivan

Clann Credo, Chief Executive Officer
Deirdre Mortell

Deirdre Mortell

Social Innovation Fund, CEO
Bryan Maybury

Bryan Maybury

Bibio Consultancy

09.50

Debate on stage – Incorporating values to create better business models?

Facilitator: 

Niamh Bushnell

Niamh Bushnell

TechIreland, founder and CEO

Panel:

Aoibheann O'Brien

Aoibheann O'Brien

FoodCloud Hubs, CEO
John Weakliam

John Weakliam

Vita, CEO
Barbara Diehl

Barbara Diehl

UCD Innovation Academy, Executive Director
Darren Ryan

Darren Ryan

Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, CEO

10.20

Coffee break – network and visit the Value Market

MORNING 2 – New dimensions of innovations

10.40

Pathfinder projects pitch – Den on stage

Facilitator: 

Barbara Diehl

Barbara Diehl

UCD Innovation Academy, Executive Director

Mentors: 

Bill Liao

Bill Liao

CoderDojo, co-founder, entrepreneur
Deirdre Mortell

Deirdre Mortell

Social Innovation Fund, CEO
Bryan Maybury

Bryan Maybury

Bibio Consultancy

Projects: 

Dr. Graham McCulloch

Dr. Graham McCulloch

The Ecoexist Project, co-founder and Director
Philipp Mäntele

Philipp Mäntele

Social Innovation Academy (SINA), Co-founder
Rachel Collier

Rachel Collier

Young Social Innovators, co-founder, CEO
Aisling Byrne

Aisling Byrne

Nu Wardrobe, co-founder

11.40

Kick off speech: Innovative changes in European companies – market trends and success factors

Speaker: 

Stavroula Demetriades

Stavroula Demetriades

Eurofound, Senior research manager

Organisational values – How to build up the culture of innovation?

Facilitator: 

Barbara Diehl

Barbara Diehl

UCD Innovation Academy, Executive Director

Panel: 

Cathal Divilly

Cathal Divilly

Great Place To Work
AIDAN POWER

Aidan Power

KBC Bank Ireland, Director of Customer Brand and Marketing
Bill Liao

Bill Liao

CoderDojo, co-founder, entrepreneur
Lorraine McCann

Lorraine McCann

EY Ireland, Senior Manager, Ireland’s Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS) leader

12.00

Lunch break – network and visit the Value Market

AFTERNOON 1 – Generating meaningful change

13.00

Workshop sections

14.30

Coffee break – network and visit the Value Market

AFTERNOON 2 – Transformational leadership

14.50

Key note speech: The power of choice as an ultimate tool for leaders

Speaker: 

Sheena Iyengar

Sheena Iyengar

Columbia Business School, New York S.T. Lee Professor of Business

15.15

Leading the change - challenges and opportunities for next generation of innovators

Facilitator

Chris MM Gordon

Chris MM Gordon

CEO, Irish Social Enterprise Network

Panel

Mary Mac Sweeney

Mary Mac Sweeney

Dublin City Council, Deputy Head of Enterprise and Economic Development
Ingrid Bezikofer

Ingrid Bezikofer

Jane Goodall Institute Europe, Executive Director
David Muldoon

David Muldoon

Unicef, Ireland’s head of Corporate Partnerships and Innovation
Rachel Collier

Rachel Collier

Young Social Innovators, co-founder, CEO

15.45

Stories from the field – inspirations, tips and tricks

Moderator

Chris MM Gordon

Chris MM Gordon

CEO, Irish Social Enterprise Network

Speakers

Peter Mangan

Peter Mangan

The Freebird Club, CEO
David Muldoon

David Muldoon

Unicef, Ireland’s head of Corporate Partnerships and Innovation
Ingrid Bezikofer

Ingrid Bezikofer

Jane Goodall Institute Europe, Executive Director
Elaine Nevin

Elaine Nevin

ECO-UNESCO, National director
John Weakliam

John Weakliam

Vita, CEO

16.45

Closing with Value lottery

Generating meaningful change

Starting time: 13.00 pm – Ending time: 14.30

WORKSHOP 1

ROOM 1

Active engagement in sustainable development – make things happen

Leader:

Gregory Eve

Gregory Eve

greenApes, CEO and co-founder

WORKSHOP 2

ROOM 2

Value Sensitive Design – responsible innovation in action

Leader: 

Prof. Ibo van de Poel

Prof. Ibo van de Poel

Delft University of Technology Head of the Department Values, Technology & Innovation
Jeroen van den Hoven

Jeroen van den Hoven

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Professor of Moral Philosophy

WORKSHOP 3

ROOM 3

Build your own self-check toolkit for RRI – experience co-creation

Leader: 

Adele Wiman

Adele Wiman

Institute for Managing Sustainability, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Research Fellow
Christophe Gouache

Christophe Gouache

Research Fellow - COMPASS project

WORKSHOP 4

ROOM 4

Measuring the social impact of innovations

Leader:

Caroline Gardner

Caroline Gardner

Quality Matters, Co-founder, CEO

WORKSHOP 5

ROOM 5

Fostering values to engage employees in innovation projects

Leader: 

Marcell Szabó

Marcell Szabó

The Impacter, business coach and trainer

WORKSHOP 6

ROOM 6

Leader: 

Gráinne Madden

Gráinne Madden

Principal - GMJ Associates / Adjunct Teaching Fellow Trinity MBA - Trinity Business School

One Water is a leading ethical drinks brand that donates its profit to fund life-changing water projects in the world’s poorest communities. A child in the developing world dies every 20 seconds due to lack of clean drinking water. One Water has already donated €18 million which has helped change the lives of over 3.2 million people. Find out how we plan to increase this to €25 million and 5 million lives changed by 2020.

 

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Vita believes that the best way to combat hunger and climate change in East Africa is to support families as they build sustainable livelihoods. This means ensuring that they have food, energy and water security while reducing the drudgery of collecting water and sticks, particularly for women and children. Liberating families from drudgery allows women to allocate more time for farming or earning money and keep their children in education longer. As a team, we have developed core skills in these areas as well as critical collaborations to ensure that these communities have access to the best knowledge and information available. 

Dublin City Council is the Local Authority and the democratically elected body that governs Dublin City. It is the largest Local Authority in Ireland and provides a vast range of services. Through its Economic Development Office it seeks to encourage and support sustainable and strategic economic development in the city.

Local Enterprise Office Dublin City is a first stop shop for entrepreneurs and micro and small businesses. The office provides various support and services to help start, grow and develop businesses in the Dublin City area which include:

  • Training such as Start Your Own Business Courses,
  • Expert Mentoring on topics such IP, Design, Finance, Strategy and much more
  • Networking, Awards, Events such as Local Enterprise Week and Dublin City Enterprise Awards,  
  • Financial Assistance and Grants to research, start or grow your business and to export.

If you have a Business Idea or existing micro / small business in Dublin City, please contact us to find out how we can help you.

 

European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

The tripartite EU agency providing knowledge to assist in the development of better social, employment and work-related policies.

 

Since 2008, Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) has provided multi-award-winning payment technology solutions by offering comprehensive e-money and banking innovation. As a pioneer in the evolution of FinTech, our world-class solutions include e-wallets, physical and virtual prepaid cards, as well as current accounts in the U.K. and the Eurozone.

Now, PFS has rapidly expanded into one of the fastest growing card issuers in Europe. With programmes active in a total of 24 countries and growing, PFS has the ability to transact in 22 different currencies. PFS products and state-of-the-art technology platforms are trusted by governments, local authorities, Non-Governmental Organisations, mobile networking operators, banks, and corporates globally.

Some of our Awards:

·The Sunday Times TECH TRACK 100 - 5 years in a row.

·Deloitte TECHNOLOGY FAST 50 U.K. Winner - 2 years in a row.

·Deloitte TECHNOLOGY FAST 500 EMEA Winner - 2 years in a row.

·The Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2017.

Prepaid Financial Services - Home of the €1 million Innovation Fund for Entrepreneurs, SMEs, and secondary schools. See: http://prepaidfinancialservices.com/en/innovation

 

ECO-UNESCO is Ireland's environmental education and youth organisation affiliated to the World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations (WFUCA).

ECO-UNESCO’s aims are:

•to raise environmental awareness, understanding and knowledge of the environment among young people

•to promote the protection and conservation of the environment

•to promote the personal development of young people through practical environmental projects and activities.

•to promote the ideals of UNESCO

ECO-UNESCO provides a wide range of programmes and services:

Environmental Youth Programmes / Training Programmes / Education Resources / Consultancy

 

EcoExist - Reducing conflict and fostering coexistence between elephants and people.

The team finds and facilitates solutions that work for both species. Our approach connects science with practice. Our mission is to support the lives and livelihoods of people who share space with elephants while considering the needs of elephants and their habitats.

we empower farmers with practical, affordable, and effective tools to deter crop-raiding and reduce conflicts with elephants. In the long-term, we collaborate with local, national and international groups to create an enabling environment for a range of policies and programs that tackle the root causes of conflict.

 

Moyee Coffee Ireland - Moyee is not your average coffee company. While we do make awesome coffee (our beans are in the top 5% of all beans in the world!) our goal is to radically change the way coffee is grown, roasted and delivered.

The global coffee market is worth over $100 billion a year yet 90% of coffee farmers still live on less than $2 a day while most coffee growing countries rely on international aid to survive. The problem is that 100% of coffee is grown in the coffee belt but 99.9% of the coffee we drink leaves the belt as green un-roasted beans meaning all of the value from coffee is exported overseas.  

But at Moyee we're disrupting the business model. By roasting our coffee in Ethiopia we can keep more jobs and skills in Ethiopia and put more incomes and profits in the hands of those who contribute most towards the coffee chain.

We call this FairChain. A shared value partnership where 50% of what you pay for your coffee will go back to the country of origin.

 

ReCreate is an award winning social enterprise making art materials and educational supplies affordable and accessible to every sector of the community for all kinds of creative purposes. This is achieved by salvaging clean, reusable materials from businesses and distributing them to members in unlimited quantities. The project is based around the concept known as Creative Reuse which encourages the public to reuse materials on an industrial scale that would normally be sent to landfill or for recycling, for all manner of creative and inventive purposes.

 

At Talent Force we connect ambitious Irish SMEs with highly experienced professionals who are seeking an element of flexibility in their work life. Not every job need or can be the generic 9am-5pm.

Our focus is recruiting professionals who seek meaningful part time work or are returning to the workforce, have raised families. Our candidates are unique in their professionalism, focus & impact.

Recent part time & flexible jobs we have recently worked on include a part time CEO, financial controllers, digital marketers & business development. We believe that flexible hiring can be better hiring for SMEs.