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How can European values shape the global race for innovation?

How can European values shape the global race for innovation?

Written by Teresa Iglesias Lopez | Reviewed by Heike Christiane Vogel-Pöschl

Created on: 07 Nov 2019 | Updated on: 28 Jan 2020

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

Sabine Herlitschka, CEO Infineon Austria, on Europe's unique selling proposition

In the global race for the next big thing, Europe has its unique selling proposition. In contrast to state-driven or private forms of innovation, Europe´s innovation ecosystem is strongly driven by key values (e.g democracy, human rights, freedom, sustainability and equality). Sabine Herlitschka, CEO Infineon Austria, shows how her company takes European values to the heart of the innovation process.

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