Study Visits & Digital Executive Programs
Exponential organizes executive programs that bring leaders to innovative centers of the world to see first-hand the advances being made and to meet the entrepreneurs propelling the next wave of technologies.
The program typically includes 2-3 full days – from 8.30 am to 8.00 pm of visits, lectures and hands-on learning.
The visits focus on:
Iintroduction to cutting edge technology in a chosen focus area. For example: Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Networks and Computing Power, Bioengineering, New Materials and Additive Manufacturing, Energy, Blockchain, Security Technologies, and Nanotechnology.
Learning best practices from domain leaders and challengers in changing and newly created markets.
Strategy and Value Creation
Insights into exponential technology development and innovative products, services and practices.
LEADERSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Advice and inspiration from organizations at the forefront of technical innovation.
During the visits, you and the delegates have the opportunity to meet with thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, technical experts and the executive management from some of the most interesting companies in the startup scene.
Executive programs are currently offered in four locations, Stockholm, Silicon Valley, Singapore, Dubai.
In the fall of 2017, we plan to expand our program offering also to the start-up scenes of Berlin and Tel Aviv.
The world’s most famous and vibrant technology hub, Silicon Valley is home to many of the largest tech firms in the world as well as a thriving startup scene. From Google and Facebook to Tesla and Autodesk, Silicon Valley is seen as the focal point for disruptive innovation. Our visits are tailored to the goals, interests and mission of our clients and include interactions with the world’s leading change makers.
In 50 years, Singapore has developed from a largely rural country to one of the most advanced economies in the world. A gateway and high-tech hub in the heart of Asia, Singapore attracts some of the brightest minds to its carefully planned research and development centres. The main innovation often comes from the Government’s careful planning for the future, anticipating the needs of its people and developing the world’s leading city-state.
Sweden has been ranked as the second most prolific tech hub in the world, behind only Silicon Valley, according to VC firm Atomico. It has produced six billion-dollar businesses, including behemoths like Spotify, Klarna and Skype, and has a thriving tech startup scene. Startup Hubs Europe found that Stockholm alone boasts roughly 8,000 startups, employing around 52,000 people.
Dubai has become a centre of trade and commerce for the Middle East. Dubai is home to more than 20,000 international companies, including offices from 124 of the Fortune 500. As a growing knowledge hub, the Emirate is home to a significant number of universities and research centres committed to paving the way for technological and scientific advancements.