How do I build an innovation model that reflects my region?
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Innovation is an important economic lever because of its ability to create value. So how can we design a business model that promotes innovation? Starting from the premise that a model exists, we will see how, by building a governance model, it is possible to adapt it to the flavour of my region with all its specificities.
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With a solid background as a business owner, SME executive and large digital company, Dominique Oury has worked for several years with startups as a trainer and coach. His interpersonal and business development skills led him to join the DigiHub team in 2021 to support startups in their implementation and growth, particularly those from culturally diverse backgrounds through the Digital Gateway for Impact and Inclusion project. Very strongly involved in his community, both in the business and cultural worlds, he brings his national and international connections to the DigiHub ecosystem.
Amélie gets a lot of pleasure out of debunking old ways of doing things (while respecting the classics) and is always finding new opportunities to put what she calls "creative contamination" into practice. Her geekiness, analytical mind and fascination with dynamic innovation ecosystems have taken her to San Francisco, Toronto, Ottawa, Mexico City, Montreal and now Rimouski. After spending over a decade perfecting the art of balancing nature and the techno world, she is now cultivating innovation in Eastern Quebec. Amélie has a bachelor's degree in applied economics and a master's degree in international economics. She developed an AI-related technology startup for nearly a decade before working as a diplomat and trade commissioner for Global Affairs Canada and the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office. She is co-founder of the Eastern Hub and is currently developing NOVARIUM - The St-Laurent Innovation Campus and the FLOTS Marine Accelerator.