InnovaLatino: Fostering Innovation in Latin America is a resullt of a two-year collaboration between INSEAD and the OECD Development Centre, and funded by the Foundation Telefónica. The objective of InnovaLatino was to research innovation dynamics in the business and public sectors in Latin America, drawing attention to and learning lessons from innovation experiments underway in the region, and advocating greater policy attention to innovation in the national development strategies.
You can find the report (in Spanish) “InnovaLatino: Impulsando la innovacion en America Latina” here
You can find the report (in Portuguese) “InnovaLatino: promovendo a inovação na América Latina” here
You can find the report (in English) "InnovaLatino: Fostering Innovation in Latin America" here
The Innovalatino report draws upon new evidence, information and analysis regarding innovation in Latin America. The report presents results from an exclusive survey of over 1500 manufacturing firms from eight countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay). The report also brings together over 50 case studies --"vignettes"-- of various firms and organizations identified as innovation leaders in their sectors. Together, these data highlight that innovation means more than catching-up or even leapfrogging by imitating innovative firms from more developed economies. In several revealing cases, Latin American businesses are redefing global business by developing new business models.
Fostering Innovation in Latin America
Fundación Telefónica, INSEAD and the OECD Development Centre hosted the launch of the InnovaLatino report in Casa de América, in Madrid on May 4, 2011.
The InnovaLatino Roadshow
Open Innovation Seminar - São Paulo
The InnovaLatino team was represented at the first Latin American regional seminar on Open Innovation on 23, November 2011, in São Paulo. Organized by Brazil’s Open Innovation Centre (OIC) and Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC), this event seeks to disseminate best practices in open innovation, connect practitioners and develop supporting networks.Latin America's new dynamic – Brussels
Lourdes Casanova participated on November 21 in a conference on Latin America’s new dynamic, where she presented the main results of the InnovaLatino report. The event was co-organized by Friends of Europe, @LIS2 – The Alliance for the Information Society Program and the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.
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