Programme

June 29th: 2.00-3.30 pm CET – Opening session,

Guest speaker: Prof. Roberto Verganti

June 30th: 2.00-3.30 pm CET – Academic Insights

Papers presentations: get the opportunity to listen to the latest thinking on digital platforms by leading academics.

Session 1

TITLE: Towards Open Banking – How does the Banking Business Model Evolve and Integrate in a Platform Ecosystem?
AUTHORS: Markus Lamest and Elma Memic

TITLE: Food&grocery industry: challenges and opportunities from digital platforms
AUTHORS: Ciro Troise, Mario Tani, Anna Prisco and Mohamed Hani Gheith

TITLE: Digital Platforms and Complementor Performance: Insights from the Service Sector
AUTHORS: Mikko Hanninen and Anssi Smedlund

Session 2

TITLE: An augmented value proposition canvas for digital platforms
AUTHORS: Paul Belleflamme and Nicolas Neysen

TITLE: Idle asset hunters: the secret of multi-sided platforms

AUTHORS: Daniel Trabucchi, Silvia Sanasi, Antonio Ghezzi and Tommaso Buganza

TITLE: The Platform Business Model Canvas – In Search Of Patterns Of Platform Business Model Success
AUTHORS: Davis Eisape

July 1st: 2.00-3.30 pm CET – Pitch Your Challenge

This is a fantastic interactive sessions that allows participants to solve real digital platforms challenges.  In small group, one entrepreneur propose a challenge, a group of 5 or 6 participants will have the chance to interact and disucss.

July 2nd: 2.00-3.30 pm CET – Academic Insights

Papers presentations: get the opportunity to listen to the latest thinking on digital platforms by leading academics.

TITLE: Digital Technologies and the Wisdom of the Crowd: Building a Multi-Sided Platform to Support Public Discussion on Sustainable Development
AUTHORS: Gianluca Elia and Alessandro Margherita

TITLE: Platform Enhancers: collaborating to launch a platform

AUTHORS: Clarissa Falcone, Luca Gastaldi, Daniel Trabucchi, Tommaso Buganza and Mariano Corso

TITLE: Regulating Platform Fees under Price Parity
AUTHORS: Renato Gomes and Andrea Mantovani 

July 3rd: 2.00-3.30 pm CET – Closing session

Guest speaker: Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke

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