Innovation also happens somewhere along the road of the hype cycle, when suddenly market changes require reinvention of existing products and services. How do companies stay agile and on top of these cycles for decades and when do they decide it's best to let offers die in peace?
What does it mean when algorithms play an increasing role in cultural production? How does the discreet role of computer code change the way music, texts or videos are created? Does it lead to new cultural forms beyond video-games? Can Twitterbots be actually funny? Presented by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.
What does it mean to run a family business today? What changes when you don’t plan for the next quarter, but for the next generation? What’s the impact of new technologies? And how do you radically innovate - with your dad looking over your shoulder?
Olivier AudemarsMember of the board of directors of Audemars Piguet, leading a global family business
Hans RaffaufFirst-generation family business founder, agitator of Berlin's start-up scene
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Counter Culture Inspiring Industries
How did the 60ies counterculturalists in California end-up fueling silicon valley turbo capitalism in the 90ies? What's the link between LSD and hightech companies, between autonomous communities and investment funds? Presented by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.