Corporate organisations have a strong network, a large market share, and access to financial means. But they’re also facing challenges. Innovative SMEs are known for their creativity, speed and novel ideas. It seems obvious that the two are the perfect match to generate innovative solutions and new business. To bring innovative entrepreneurs and large-scale corporates directly together, the Dutch Chamber of Commerce kicks-off the third online edition of the AddVentured Challenge on 16 April.
Amongst the challenges are Centraal Beheer/Achmea, that is looking for ways to make sure their customers will not become a victim of cyber crime
On the online platform 'AddVentured' corporate organisations can pitch their challenges. Innovative SMEs can enter straight into a dialogue with the corporates about possible solutions, without having to put all their cards on the table. Ritha van de Ruit, advisor Chamber of Commerce: "Get talking, and who knows, you might find yourself sitting down with one of these corporates to embark on a process of co-creation. See if you have chemistry – if you find that there’s a spark, you could end up in a successful partnership. Perhaps you’ll even establish an entirely new business".
- A unique online open innovation platform where corporates and SMEs come together
- Innovative challenges pitched by companies such as KPN, Centraal Behee/Achmea, NS, Unive
- Generating new business through co-creation, resulting in innovative solutions
- Access to a strong network, and the opportunity to quickly exchange expertise and experience
Click here for more information and direct access to the challenges. Participation is free of costs.
One of the challenges that is currently presented is from insurance company Centraal Beheer: How can we proactively ensure that entrepreneurs do not fall prey to cybercrime? View this challenge (1:20):