Francesca Bria, Helmut Schönenberger, DLD Sync


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0:05 Intro by Steffi Czerny
6:20 The right moment: Why Europe needs a “forward looking radical vision of sustainable Europe.” (Francesca Bria)
7:30 History shows: Crises can bring big opportunities for positive change.
8:45 The New Bauhaus: “A European touch to innovation.” (Francesca Bria)
9:50 What we can learn from the historic Bauhaus movement of the 1920s.
9:15 Why the pandemic may turn out to be the wake-up call that actually brings change.
11:00 Europe’s ambitious vision of a Green New Deal.
12:40 For the New Bauhaus initiative, Bria pledges pragmatism over bureaucracy: “We want this to be a grassroots, diverse movement that brings together artists, engineers, technologies, the design schools, the art schools economists the environmental movement, the youth movement, students, cities and regions…”
15:00 New technologies like 3D printing are opening up new opportunities for innovation. (Schönenberger)
16:30 Munich’s ambition to be at the heart of innovation in Europe.
17:30 Europe’s challenge is “to really get momentum, and really realize these solutions and scale them and make Europe even more beautiful, and more attractive”, Helmut Schönenberger argues.
19:35 Diversity, Europe’s greatest strength?
21:00 Inspiring the next generation of Europeans.
23:15 The new Munich Urban Colab: a place for people to collaborate and innovate – from inventors and entrepreneurs to SMEs and big corporations. “It’s a place where people come together and meet and really start the journey and build solutions.” (Helmut Schönenberger)
26:00 Bridging the gender gap and socio-economic divides in Europe.
27:00 Smart cities and new urban mobility.
29:30 The importance of adding a cultural dimension to technology.
30:50 Why the name, “The New European Bauhaus”?
33:30 The role of universities in helping founders start a business and fostering innovation ecosystems.
36:40 Innovation in a triangle of research, investing and entrepreneurship.
39:10 Back to the countryside? New businesses can bloom anywhere, not just in cities.
44:50 Scaling up: why Europe needs startup success stories.
46:00 European sovereignty in an interconnected world.
52:10 The impact of Covid-19 on Europe’s economy and innovation ecosystems.
55:00 What’s the difference in mentality between European startup founders and U.S. founders?
57:50 Wrap-up.

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