The ECCS establishes the community of Europe’s most forward-thinking leaders who accelerate our continent’s development in the global digital race.
 
 
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In October 2018 ECCS brought together 100 high-profile, forward-thinking digital leaders in Europe to share ideas and best practices on future tech: solutions for new digital businesses, the creation of jobs and how we can make Europe better.

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The exclusively chosen attendees included board members of large corporates (UBS, Microsoft, Deutsche Bahn, ŠKODA, OSRAM Continental), representatives of the World Economic Forum, serial tech entrepreneurs (FlixBus, Delivery Hero, Thermondo), family business owners (Reimann and Rhomberg), politicians and investors (3i, Lakestar, Holtzbrinck).

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WHAT MAKES THE ENTREPRENEURIAL CO-CREATION COMMUNITY DIFFERENT?

 

A highly curated community of decision makers from different backgrounds.

Selected attendees include board members of corporates, tech entrepreneurs, investors and politicians.


Structured discussions on best practices instead of speeches.

No Powerpoint presentations and no typical stiff conference vibes. Exchange insights in an interactive and highly structured format tailored to individual interests.


The right atmosphere for
connection.

At the ECCS, you can discuss digitalization with fellow industry leaders - hands-on, entertaining and insightful. Pause the day’s hassle, enjoy a creative atmosphere and open up your mind to new possibilities.

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WHY THE NAME “ENTREPRENEURIAL CO-CREATION”?

When an entrepreneur and established company contribute assets, resources and financial means to a partnership, it is called an Entrepreneurial Co-Creation. In such partnerships, the assets of Europe’s established companies could form the basis of new, high-growth digital businesses.

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WHO ORGANIZES THE SUMMIT?

 

FACTOR10’s team has founded, scaled and invested in over 250 tech companies worldwide. The company applies its proven Entrepreneurial Co-Creation Framework to launch and scale disruptive businesses with high societal benefits in industries such as banking, energy, logistics, construction, mobility or transportation. FACTOR10 partners with international corporations including Uponor, Vattenfall, Allianz, Otto, Braemar, Adidas, e.on and Köln Bonn Airport. In 2017, FACTOR10 co-created Solytic, a software company analyzing and monitoring solar panels, together with Vattenfall, one of Europe’s largest energy companies. FACTOR10’s founding partners are members of the World Economic Forum’s Digital Leaders Network. They contributed to the “Declaration for a pan-European (digital) ecosystem for Innovation and Entrepreneurship” and the whitepaper “Collaboration between Start-ups and Corporates”.