ZOOM in on Public-Private Partnerships & Humanitarian Business Models!
DCHI & UNICEF Netherlands, will be hosting the second edition of our Focal Point Café Online on Wednesday the 22nd of April
The challenges that the (developing) world is facing are big and complex. The humanitarian sector cannot tackle them alone. Working together with business, knowledge institutes and the government is crucial. But how do you go about designing a partnership that is valuable for all organisations involved? What are the successful business models behind this?
We happily invite you to the second edition of the DCHI Focal point café, hosted by UNICEF. A virtual get-together of innovators from NGO’s, business, government, knowledge institutes and other walks of life. Be inspired by great examples and great failures of public-private partnerships. Learn more about the principles and techniques behind them.
In preparation for this event we invite you to bring along an example of a public-private partnership that has inspired you recently or in the past.
Do note in order to participate in this virtual event you need to download Zoom to your device
Virtual doors will open from 3.45pm, join us early so we can start sharp at 4pm.
4pm: Mathilde Miedema (Program Director at TNO) and Roelinde Bakker (Business developer Healthy Living), will share inspiring stories about TNO’s ‘Innovation for Development’ and reveal some of their latest insights into successful business modelling for public-private partnerships.
4.30pm Together with Fronteer, we will zoom in on the challenges for successful partnerships and showcase a couple of best practices. In interactive breakout sessions, you’ll be formulating ingredients for collaboration and designing a recipe for your own successful public-private partnership.
5.15pm Final remarks & drinks at our digital breakout bar (BYO drinks).
We look forward to seeing you then!
Are you curious to know what we got up to in our previous Focal Point Café, on collaborative innovation and co-hosted with The Municipality of the Hague? Read on here