Over the last decade, the global economy has become increasingly dependent on knowledge workers as drivers of growth. Digitization has facilitated disruptive innovations and new innovation models, where information is paramount.

Bruno Reynolds and Nathan Pike, Senior Consultants at Oxentia, Oxford University Innovation join us to discuss how the knowledge economy is helping to forge new innovation models. In this webinar they will discuss:

- The rise of collaborative and open innovation models
- The role of universities and government in R&D
- Why intangible assets matter so much in the knowledge economy
- Examples of new innovation models in practise and what they mean



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Bruno Reynolds

Senior Consultant at Oxentia, Oxford University Innovation




Nathan Pike

Senior Consultant at Oxentia, Oxford University Innovation