BIG DISRUPTION SPEAKER: Henning Trill, VP at Bayer

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 Dr. Henning Trill, Head of Corporate Innovation at Bayer, Germany will be joining Corporate Parity’s upcoming Big Disruption Summit. He will discuss the ‘Next disruption: Best kept secrets from the VC’s and tech giants.‘

The Summit will take place on 11th-12th of April 2019 in Amsterdam, and will be a cross-industry platform for  healthcare, energy, communication, oil&gas, manufacturing BFSI, retail, e-commerce, supply chain, IT, govt. and regulated bodies, among others. It encourages Hi-tech revolutionaries to come together and showcase various disruptive innovations, namely VR, 3D printing, Robotics, 5G, Connected Devices and IoT, Big Data, AI, Cloud Computing, and more. The event will feature a series of presentations by prominent speakers, as well as Disruptive Innovation Excellence Awards and Exhibition Vista.

Big Disruption will also cater to industry leaders who’s businesses are currently facing challenges posed by technological disruption, providing valuable insights and solutions on how to adapt and stay relevant in the changing ecosystem.

Henning Trill is vice president of Corporate Innovation at Bayer since January 2016. In this role he is responsible for Bayer’s Innovation Agenda which is a top-down and bottom up approach to support a broad innovation. His team supports an innovation Network with more than 800 Coaches across the company, a crowd ideation platform and an Intrapreneurship program to drive innovation in the business leveraging a Lean-Startup approach. Henning has a passion for finding new ways to make life better, which is manifested in his inventive work style.

Previously, Henning led the global R&D Team of Bayer’s Inhouse Management Consulting Unit. In this role he and his team supported key transformational and innovation projects within Bayer’s R&D units in Crop Science and HealthCare such as development and implementation of R&D strategies, creation of open innovation programs and development and implementation of governance models. Prior to joining Bayer in 2010, Henning worked for the Boston Consulting Group in the HealthCare and Industrial Goods practice across a broad spectrum of project along the value chain with special attention to innovation related topics in new business model development and corporate venture capital.

Henning was born 1973 in Germany and studied Physics and Chemistry at the Westfälische Wilhelms Universität in Münster and at the University of Santa Barbara, California (UCSB). Henning and his wife, Anke, have two children.

 

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