Open Innovation Trends 2019 next week in Madrid

by | Jan 24, 2019

ETIQUETAS: Hot news | Open source

Next Thursday, January 31, Open Innovation Trends will be held at the BBVA Open Space in Madrid. In this event, the main trends for this year 2019 on Open Innovation, Open Source and Free Software will be presented.

In the first place, the conclussions of the study made on Open Source and Free Software trends, which has been carried out with the collaboration of more than one hundred professionals, will be announced.

Next, a round table will take place where experts will debate about the most outstanding technological trends of this year that has just begun. The public will be able to participate actively by asking questions to the experts. The experts in the event include Philippe Lardy, CEO of OpenExpo Europe; José Andrés Jiménez Martín, ICT Technical Adviser of the Congress of Deputies; Daniel Pardo, CEO of Idealista/Data and Amparo Marin de la Bárcena Grau, Director of Implementation (CIO Unit) of Banco Santander.

For more information about the event and registrations, see this link.



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