Pycap CEO Stuart Browne was a panelist for the Global Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship (GIIE) Summit where he discussed topics related to innovation ecosystems and best practices. Stuart discussed the roles different stakeholders play in creating a startup tech cluster including government, investors, entrepreneurs, universities and service providers. He also described how, as a Canadian, federally recognized designated organization for the startup visa program, the new Pycap Incubator will provide a superior platform for immigrant entrepreneurs to tap into the innovation ecosystem in Canada.
The goal of GIIE SUMMIT was to create a space dedicated to the leaders of collaboration from all sectors from all over the world, to share, discuss, learn and together build a more inclusive innovation-driven economy.
The event was dedicated to bring new trends in the areas of innovation, incubation and entrepreneurship to the global co-creation movement and thus prepare the co-innovation sector for the new challenges that we are already facing and will continue facing in the coming years.
The “new normal” that COVID-19 has brought upon us impacts the economy and disturbs our way of doing things. The objective of the GIIE Summit is for cooperatives´ managers to take stock of the economic situation and to become inspired by the best innovative practices to better serve their members in these changing times.
The summit presented answers and insight to some big issues: