INNOFRUGAL 2016 First Speakers Announced

 

Do you want to know how to innovate under resource constraints and cost controls? Are you already working on or want to learn more about high impact, new tech and affordable solutions? The 2nd edition of Innofrugal will be organised April 25-26, 2016.

InnoFrugal is a non-profit event organised by The Nordic Frugal Innovation Society. It is a 2 day conference comprising of

 

  • Speaker sessions
  • Panel discussions
  • Product demo/showcasing
  • Workshops
  • Investor meetings &
  • Match making sessions

 

InnoFrugal is a forum for best practices, policy analysis, latest thinking and successes in frugal innovation. It brings together world class experts, executives, entrepreneurs, investors and policy makers from across various domains such as: Technology, Education, Energy, Environment, Food, Healthcare & Water.

Slow growth, deleveraging, environmental constraints, ageing societies in Finland and other developed economies on one hand and emerging world markets on the other are the drivers behind InnoFrugal.

Check out the speakers from this link http://www.innofrugal.com/speakers/

This post was written by AGI

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