April 27, 2017
Technology and Social Innovation
Join us for an evening discussion exploring the potential and limitations of technology to create social impact
For our N3XTCODER Session in April we will again team up with the Spielfeld Digital Hub in Berlin, Roland Berger’s and Visa Europe’s digital innovation hub program that brings together corporates and startups in a creative working environment.
Join us on Thursday, April 27 for an inspirational discussion about the role of technology to create social impact at scale.
We are happy to welcome you for a dialogue with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus (Chairman of the Yunus Centre), Rolf Huber (Managing Director Siemens Stiftung) and Dr. Martin Heinig, COO SAP Innovation Center Network & SAP Labs Berlin to discuss the opportunities that arise with new technological advancements, the role of foundations to foster technological social innovation and how corporations and businesses can contribute to create significant positive social impact. The Session will be moderated by N3XTCODER’s Co-Founder Leonhard Nima.
Rolf Huber, Managing Director Siemens Stiftung
Dr. Martin Heinig, COO SAP Innovation Center Network & SAP Labs Berlin
Leonhard Nima, Founder of Nima Social Business Consulting
With our N3XTCODER Sessions we aim to inspire, inform and provoke thoughts about the role of technology not only in society, but for society.
As a quarterly format, we invite thought leaders from the technology sector, the social sector and experts who work at the crossroads of these fields. Together with them we discuss questions about the future of technology and its potential to tackle some of society’s most pressing needs.
N3XTCODER Sessions are evening events that will allow you to join speeches and discussions with outstanding experts, and also to connect and network with likeminded people. Get involved, ask your questions and start to join one of our many projects on our journey to develop meaningful digital products.
April 27, 2017
7:00pm to 9:30pm
Spielfeld Digital Hub
Skalitzer Straße 85/86 Entree D (on the right side of the building), 10997 Berlin, Germany
Entry Fee 10€