About this Event
Hosted by Considerati, in collaboration with Dutch Startup Association
Innovative companies that enter the market are - more often than before - met with societal and political headwinds. Governments are starting to act on a 'ban, pause and then slowly release' point of view regarding the rollout of technology, driven by increased scrutiny in the public debate.
This means that your social license to operate (SLO) becomes business critical - and it comes with less room for error.
How to operate in an arena with no real supporters in society yet to vouch for your new business model? What invisible dynamics are at play? Why are some companies successful in their stakeholder management?
After this workshop, you'll know:
- Whether your business model can survive without a SLO, or whether you are actually at high risk in this arena;
- How to take a 'lean' approach; what you need to work on regarding SLO without losing focus;
- What choices at the start can save you a lot of hassle and resources at a later stage;
Limited spots available, so make sure to sign up fast!
Considerati is a legal and public affairs consultancy with over 15 years of experience helping innovative, technology driven companies fitting their technology into society.
We understand the impact that innovation and new tech-driven business models can have on regulation, policy, and politics. And the frustration that it might bring to entrepreneurs at the helm of digital transformation, innovation, and their fast-growing businesses.
Our client base are fast growing & transforming organisations in sectors ranging from tech, digital finance, healthcare, media, and government. We identify emerging legislation and regulation at an early stage and advise you on the dynamics in politics and society. So that you can make better decisions.
Startups are the engine of the future economy. Entrepreneurs are the fuel of that engine. They are responsible for our innovative power, job growth, and future economic value, and we want to be there to support them every step of the way: from startup and scaleup.
Founded in 2017 by a powerful group of Founders of startups, including household names such as Thuisbezorgd, MessageBird, Mollie, Bunq, Picnic and more, the Dutch Startup Association (dSa) is aware of the growing importance of a unified voice in political lobbying to promote the business climate and prosperity of the Netherlands.
dSa is the largest interest representative of startups, scaleups and grownups in the Netherlands. In addition, dSa also has a global network of interest representatives to ensure the startup climate is optimal.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
TNW City, 542 Singel, Amsterdam, Netherlands