Roundtable 1: Incubating the Happy Innovation x-lab
Southeast Asia has some of the world’s most diverse and valuable ecosystems. These valuable ecosystems need to be preserved. Socio techpreneurs and the Tri Hita Karana value creation chart explored. Yet, with every challenge comes opportunity. Investment and smart management of natural resources offers tremendous opportunities for sustainable use and job creation in local communities. Mapping these investments and how to take these investments forward will be explored in this discussion.
Roundtable 2: Designing the Innovation Ecosystem
Innovation through co-location in ecosystems, the nature of innovation and entrepreneurship capabilities, and the role of those ecosystems’ critical stakeholders are all ingredients to the design of an innovation ecosystem. Achieving this innovation eco-system is the goal of the Tsinghua Southeast Asia Center at the United in Diversity Campus at Kura Kura Bali. Drawing on the THK Value Creation framework, it will look to innovation-driven entrepreneurship through links across private and socio-entrepreneurs, educational institutions, civil society, innovative finance and government stakeholders. This session looks to develop a plan for building an innovation ecosystem at the Tsinghua hub in Bali.
Roundtable 3: Financing the Innovation Ecosystem & Techpark
A sustainable future calls for partnership across all stakeholders. Yet, that future is not possible with innovation and technology. Society needs to provide the eco-system in which entrepreneurs will develop and thrive for people, planet and property. This discussion focuses on what that means for the approach to our education systems as well as to incentivizing the private sector to deliver societal outcomes that also benefit investors.