CURIE is supporting ambitious women to ride the waves of the age of accelerations, the fourth industrial revolution, the second machine age, or what you prefer to call today's hurricane of change.
CURIE is about creativity, critical thinking and collaboration.
"Women must focus on improving their networking skills, strategic behavior, and technical knowledge in order to become part of top management. This is the essence of this network."
Sanela E. Jankovic, Engineer & Co-founder of Zenji Mobile.
"Women. Be courageous. Be brave. Let's master the wildest changes with calmness and strength."
Founder & CEO, CURIE
CURIE Executive is a network of forty hand-picked women focused on getting a first mover understanding of the newest business strategies. It boosts competences within business development, and provides its members with a unique opportunity to expand their network of thought leading women.
Five annual network meetings: All meetings are focused on 21st century business models, disruptive technologies and innovation toolsets to create outstanding business strategies. All meetings have inspirational speakers and member training.
Click here to find the full program for the next season 2017/18 of CURIE Executive.
"What I appreciate the most? To meet other ambitious and curious women in a setting where professionalism together with new, interesting angles in the digital field is the focus. I'm always super inspired when I go home.” Member of CURIE Executive 2016/17
CURIE of Tomorrow
CURIE of Tomorrow is a network of aspiring women who all feel an appetite to become world-leading businesswomen. The network focuses on skill training in business model development and innovation toolsets. It reveals some of the most interesting elements of innovative business models, new technology and innovation toolsets that serve the challenges of the 21st century.
The CURIE women of tomorrow meet five times annually in a collaborative spirit focusing on professional and personal development.
Click here to find the full program for the next season 2017/18 of CURIE of Tomorrow.
"What I appreciate the most? Going home after a network meeting filled with energy and my brain is buzzing with new inputs. My world has grown so much bigger!” Member of CURIE of Tomorrow 2016/17
Every year CURIE is celebrating ambitious women at this two-day meetup focusing on talented business developers and inspirational thinkers. It is about applied business development, new technology and business models.
CURIE Intensive is inviting all ambitious women interested in business development, new technology and innovation.
Next CURIE Intensive is April 21st - 22nd 2018.
Sign up now.
Meet Jibo. The world’s first family robot.
Pioneer in social robotics, Dr. Cynthia Breazeal, MIT, has developed a friendly, helpful and intelligent robot for family use. Mashable wrote: "Jibo isn’t an appliance, it’s a companion, one that can interact and react with its human owners in ways that delight”. And YAHOO News reported that: "Jibo’s potential extends far beyond engaging in casual conversation and completing daily tasks”.
Artificial intelligence and robots are closely related because movement demands intelligence. In welfare technology we often see new inventions helping elderly. In transportation we have selfdriving cars and unmanned aircrafts.
How do you embrace these new kinds of technology? And how can it improve the industry you are in? Let's discuss at our next meeting in CURIE.
Something interesting is happening.
Uber, The world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Airbnb, the world’s largest accomodation provider, owns no real estate.
All three companies are exponential organisations that do not own assets or workforce like traditional organisations do. They float atop the existing and emerging infrastructure rather than trying to own it.
If you would like to know more about exponential organisations join CURIE where we will talk about this topic. If you cannot wait we suggest you read the book "Exponential Organizations" written by Ismail, Malone and Van Geest from Singularity University.
Neuroscience in Innovation.
The brain is our personal supercomputer that controls everything we do and how we think. Our creative brainset enables us to come up with solutions to difficult problems, develop new and valuable ideas and perform everyday problem solving.
Take the financial crisis as an example where many people have been forced to find new ways of doing things due to a sudden lack of financial resources. Or think about yourself living a modern working life where you constantly need to keep yourself in balance with increased demands.
Neuroscience has come a long way to understand how we train our creative and innovative brainset. We now have tools to train our creative brainsets in order to strengthen our innovative potential and collaboration in innovation processes. If you would like to learn more please join CURIE where we will be training our innovative thinking.
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