Innovate the Automotive Industry 2/4

Mr. David Syrad (left) and Mr. Markus Schaedlich (right)

Mr. Markus Schaedlich and Mr. David Syrad show business cases of how European and Japanese automotive companies were introducing a new method of developing new technologies: open source development.

GLOBIS Professional Seminar
Open Source Innovation and Global Partnerships in the Automotive Industry 2/4

Open Source Innovation and Global Partnerships in the Automotive Industry 1/4
Open Source Innovation and Global Partnerships in the Automotive Industry 3/4
Open Source Innovation and Global Partnerships in the Automotive Industry 4/4

Speaker: Mr. Markus Schaedlich and Mr. David Syrad, Founding Partners of CBI Partners
Time & Date: 19:00 - 20:30, Friday, February 24, 2012
Venue: GLOBIS Tokyo Campus
Language: English

Mr. Markus Schaedlich and Mr. David Syrad show business cases of how European and Japanese automotive companies were introducing a new method of developing new technologies: open source development. They introduce successful examples of open source development and how to overcome the difficulties the method inherent.

Two founders of CBI Partners, a company with expertise in cross-border international strategy and entrepreneurial development, show how companies big and small could compete globally by utilizing innovative partnerships and new ways to manage technology.

Speaker

A Founding Partner of CBI Partners, with more than 25 years experience in cross border strategy creation and management. As CEO Asia he has set up and run production operations and negotiated alliances in Japan, Korea and China and managed global teams across Asia, Europe and NA. Expert facilitator in complex situations requiring analysis beyond measureable facts. David Syrad has given seminars on M&A in Asia at the Royal Institute of International Affairs’ Chatham House, Daiwa Anglo Japan Foundation and Japan Strategic Management Society.

CBI has gained a reputation as one of the most innovative consultancies in the field of partnership negotiations, entrepreneurial activities and the alignment of teams across borders.
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A Founding Partner of CBI Partners with more than 15 years experience in cross border strategy creation and management. He set up the first European, non-Joint Venture 1st Tier automotive production facility in Japan and has managed production projects in Korea. He is an operational expert with a high focus on target setting and achievement. He is further involved in the electric vehicle development projects of SIM-Drive, a spin off of Keio University and in the board of stEVe, a newly formed Joint Venture between SIM-Drive and Tokyo R&D. As CEO of a European Food Ingredients company in Japan he also is familiar with the food and beverage industry.

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