Kursaal building. Zurriola 1. San Sebastian. From16:30h to 19:00h
Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness is celebrating its tenth anniversary. During these ten years the Institute has had the opportunity to promote and participate in different initiatives, analyses and projects in order to contribute to the development of the competitiveness of the territory.
Orkestra, an innovative initiative promoted by the University of Deusto, has become a reference for cooperation between public and private institutions that have a shared interest in activating research and knowledge in order to spur the future development of our economy and industry.
In the context of this anniversary, Orkestra is organising different initiatives which will culminate on November 21 in an event that will take place in the Kursaal of Donostia. As well as presenting the Orkestra Case prepared by the Harvard Business School, we will also have the opportunity to share some ideas and reflections regarding the main challenges for the future from a territorial, economic and social perspective.
Kursaal Building. Zurriola 1. San Sebastian. From 16:30h to 19:00h
|16:30h||Ignacio Mª Echeberria, Chairman of Orkestra|
|16:40h||José María Guibert, Rector of the University of Deusto|
|16:50h||Orkestra: a space for public-private cooperation. Iñigo Urkullu Lehendakari (President Basque Government)|
|17:00h||The Orkestra Case:
Michael Porter (video recording), Harvard Business School
Dr. Christian Ketels, Harvard Business School and
Prof. Jesús María Valdaliso, University of the Basque Country
Presentation of the Manifesto "Towards a new normality" elaborated by Orkestra for its tenth Anniversary in which ten major challenges for the Basque Country's future are identified.
Conference: Karen Maguire, OECD Regional Innovation Director
Dialogue: "Towards a new normality", with Prof. Mari Jose Aranguren, General Director of Orkestra and Dr. Felix Arrieta, University of Deusto.
To attend the event prior registration is necessary. The registration via EventBrite.
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