Lift France Conference

June 23, 2011 — Leave a comment

Lift France 11 is a three-day conference about current and emerging use of digital technologies and their effects on innovation, societal and economic transformation. Under the slogan “Be Radical!”, Lift France will focus on disruption: when (high- or low-) tech contributes to redefining a market’s terms of reference, a whole industry, a share of social life, etc. Participants come to better understand the challenges and opportunities presented by digital technologies, to meet the people who drive these innovations, and to share their own insights.

 

Conference program

The conference program allows you to discover new and emerging technologies, see real life examples of implementations in different contexts, and expand your horizons by exploring ideas from other fields and backgrounds.

Wednesday July 6, 2011

13:00 First time participants welcome
14:00 Workshops
18:30 Welcome party & drinks

Thursday July 7, 2011

09:00 Welcome
09:30 Workshops
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Keynote: Saskia Sassen
14:30 URBAN – Who needs to become “smart” in tomorrow’s cities?
16:00 CARE – Disruptive innovation in healthcare and well-being
17:30 10 disruptive pitches, 6 mn each
19:30 Gala evening & networking

Friday July 8, 2011

09:00 Workshops + Learning session
11:30 Keynote: Geoff Mulgan, The Young Foundation
12:00 WORK/LEARN – Transforming the way we work, innovate… and learn
14:00 SLOW – Can we use technology to take back control over how we, and our organizations, manage time?
15:45 OPEN – What happens when barriers to innovation become drastically lower?
17:00 Lift France’s wrapup and takeaways
17:30 Closing of the conference: Roger Malina, Philippe Lemoine
20:00 Closing party

See the full program.

Via: lift

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