Innovation in the Sharing Economy

We are organising an event in Berlin, Germany, on the 15th of February, bringing together innovators, business angels, business developers, major industries, venture capitalists and technologists all looking forward to the next market to be disrupted thanks to a sharing economy approach.

Join us to discover how deep tech can enable new innovations in the sharing economy.

“Innovation in the Sharing Economy” is supported under the Future & Emerging Technologies Programme and hosted by EIT Digital. To learn more about the event and register your attendance please visit our Eventbrite page. You can also find details on the agenda and venue below.


12.30-13.30 : Light lunch & networking

13.30-13.35 : Welcome from EIT Digital (U. Bub)

13.35-13.45 : Blue sky talk: Beyond Sharing Economy: Service Provisioning in the Computational Humanism Era (F. Giunchiglia)

13.45-14.05 : Keynote: Towards a responsible sharing economy (A. Cañigueral)

14.05-14.35 : Startup Pitches – featuring WhiteRabbit, The Incentive Server & Augmented Collective Training

14.35-15.05 : High-impact verticals – panel with S. Anderson, S. Laepple.

15.05-15.35 : Coffee break & networking

15.35-15.55 : Keynote: The future of trust in the sharing economy (S. Green Brodersen)

15.55-16.05 : Open source corner: The SmartCollectives Toolkit (D. Miorandi)

16.05-16.30 : Innovation pilots and case studies – panel with L. Pannese, A. Grueberl, R. Chenu and K. Gal

16.30-17.00 : Fireside chat: Sharing economy, investors and a world without money – with D. Mazzella and R. van Kleji

17.00-19.00 : Beers, demo booths and networking


EIT Digital Berlin CLC, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 10587 Berlin, Germany

Directions and information:

Have questions about Innovation in the Sharing Economy? Contact SmartSociety FP7 Project (Organizer) & EIT Digital (Host)

About P. Andreadis

Pre-Doctoral Research Assistant in AI and Social Computation @ University of Edinburgh.

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