当日受付あり！：ケン・モース氏 シリアルアントレプレナー “Ken Morse: Critical Success Factors in Innovation & Entrepreneurship: What’s Hot & What’s Not”
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ITOKI Tokyo Innovation Center SYNQA
https://officee.jp/en/catalog/Sogokan+110+Tower/ (in English)
ここ20年強の間は、ボストンのMIT アントレプレナーセンターの創業取締役に始まり、現在のバルセロナでのESADE ビジネススクール客員教授に至るまで、日本、ヨーロッパ、米国の大手企業や地方自治体に対して、イノベーション戦略における様々な局面で助言を行ってきた。これまで延べ160回以上来日し、北は北海道から南は九州まで、様々な大手製造業やエンジニアリング企業の活動に関わってきた。同氏曰く：「イノベーション＝発明×商業化である。そのどちらかが欠けても、先には進めない」
Ken Morse is a serial technology entrepreneur and recognized authority on Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He co-founded six innovation-driven tech firms with MIT friends and classmates. Five of these global companies were successful, either doing an IPO and exceeding $1Billion market cap, or a very valuable, accretive merger. One was a complete disaster. They included 3Com, AspenTech, a biotechnology spinoff from an MIT lab, a China Trading Company (during the Cultural Revolution), and an Artificial Intelligence-based expert systems company.
As Founding Managing Director of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center [1996 -2009], Ken was a key player in growing and building the MIT Innovation ecosystem. The work of the E-Center, under his leadership, included supporting the MIT $100K Business Plan competition, and launching 31 new interdisciplinary courses for MIT Science, Engineering and Business students.
During his years at MIT, Ken and his colleagues frequently networked with inventors from the MIT labs to connect them with entrepreneurs and sources of funding - - both angel investors and VCs. He launched the first tech sales course at any serious business school, fought to overcome the funding gap.
Since retiring from MIT, Ken has continued to teach, inspire and coach ambitious entrepreneurs in Quebec, Europe, Turkey, and Japan. He teaches B2B SALES workshops for ambitious CEOs and managers, and serves on the Board of Advisors of about a dozen ambitious tech firms, helping them to develop and execute their sales strategies to achieve total global domination of their chosen market niche.
Ken is also advising major firms and regional governments in Japan and Europe on various aspects of building their own Corporate Moonshots and Innovation strategies.
Ken has made more than 165 business trips to and throughout Japan, working with major chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing and engineering firms from Hokkaido and Honshu to Kansai and Kyushu. He also lived and worked in China for eight years during the latter half of the Cultural Revolution.
Ken believes that Innovation = Invention x Commercialization: If either one is zero, no progress is made.
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