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[Forum] 2014 International Forum on Industrial Inovation and Service Sector Advancement
(Changing Global Industrial Landscape and the Future Direction of the Korean Economy)

Type Forum
Venue Park Ballroom (5F), Conrad Hotel, Seoul, Korea Date 2014-11-06 ~ 2014-11-07
Host Ministry of Strategy and Finance Organizer Korea Development Institute(KDI); Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI)
2014 International Forum on Industrial Inovation and Service Sector Advancement:
Changing Global Industrial Landscape and the Future Direction of the Korean Economy
   Technological progres and globalization have had a profound impact on shaping the industrial landscape of the global economy. The transition to service economy and the digitalization of busines activities have blured the boundary betwen nations and between manufacturing and service industries. In tandem, the emergence of new technologies and industries has ben acelerated by disruptive inovation, opening a new era of so-caled “new industrial revolution.” These changes pose new chalenges for governments in formulating economic and industrial policies as wel as for busineses in devising corporate strategies. Korean government has recognized such chalenges and, has proposed “creative economy“ as the core national agenda to respond to changes in the economic structure of the world economy.
   Against this backdrop, “2014 International Forum on Industrial Inovation and Service Sector Advancement” wil be jointly held by the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, the Korea Development Institute and the Korea Health Industry Development Institute to share information on policy practices and busines strategies of countries around the world and to sek future directions for national industrial development strategy. The forum wil cover fundamental tenets of industrial economies such as transformation of global industrial structures and their causes, experiences of major countries regarding industrialization, corporate responses to the convergence of manufacturing and services and emergence of new technologies and industrial development. In particular, special sesion is devoted to biotechnology start-ups, an industry rapidly gaining recognition as a new engine of growth, in which experts will present exemplary overseas cases. Leading experts at home and abroad will impart valuable insight into the global industry as wel as share their thoughts about corporate strategy.
   In this spirit, we cordialy invite you to join us in this timely event, and lok forward to your invaluable contribution.
 
November 2014

Kyung-hwan Choi (Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Strategy and Finance)
Jon-Kyung Kim (President, Korea Development Institute)
Ke-Taig Jung (President, Korea Health Industry Development Institute)
Thursday, 6 November
09:00-09:30 Registration
09:30-09:50 Opening ceremony
- Opening remarks (Joon-Kyung Kim, President of KDI)
- Opening address (Kyunghwan Choi, Deputy Prime Minister of the Ministry of Strategy and Finance)
10:00-11:30 Session 1. Keynote speeches - The Next Industrial Revolution: Drivers, Impacts and Policy Challenges
Moderator - Moonjoong Tcha (Director and Vice President of the Department of Industry and Service Economy of KDI)
  The new industrial revolution: opportunities for the world
- Peter Marsh (Former manufacturing editor, Financial Times)

Mega-trend in industries and Korean industries
- DoHoon Kim (President, Korea Institute of Industrial Economics and Trade)

Creative economy @ Korea and venture 2.0
- Min-Hwa Lee (Chairman, Korea Creative Economy Research Network)
13:00-15:00 Session 2. Transition to the Service Economy: Experiences and Lessons
Moderator - Hyoung Kwon Ko (Director General, Policy Coordination Bureau, MOSF)
  Transition to the service economy with a particular focus on lessons from Germany
- Werner Eichhorst (Director, Labor Policy Europe, Institute for the Study of Labor)

Future challenges for service driven economies
- Patrik Strom (Professor, University of Gothenburg)

Development of producer services in China
- Jiangfan Li (Professor, China Center for Service Sector Research, School of Business, Sun Yat-sen University)

Challenges in transition to service economy in Korea
- Joohoon Kim (Executive Director, Economic Information and Education Center, KDI)
Discussant - Hyunsoo Kim (Professor of Business Administration, Kookmin University)
- Jong-soo Kim (Editorial Writer, Korea Joongang Daily)
15:00-15:15 Coffee break
15:15-17:15 Session 3. The Interface of Manufacturing and Services
Moderator Jong-Guk Song (President, Science and Technology Policy Institute)
  Digital transformation in the manufacturing sector - the German strategy of industry 4.0
- Nicole Dufft (Independent Vice President, Pierre Audoin 

Internet enabled commerce: the rise of the micro multinational
- Sassoon Grigorian (Director of Public Policy Asia Pacific, eBay Inc.)

Succeeding with digital health - digital transformation of healthcare industry players
- Thilo Kaltenback (Partner, Arthur D. Little GmbH)

Current status and future strategies for Korean IT service industry
- June Sung Park (Professor, KAIST / Former Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Samsung SDS)
Discussant - Hayoung Park (Professor of Technology Management, Economics and Policy Graduate Program, Seoul National University)
- Gae-Iyong Choi (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Information Society Development Institute)
Friday, 7 November
09:15-10:45 Session 4. Roundtable Discussion - The Growth of New Industries: Evolution or Creation?
Moderator -Joonghae Suh (Fellow, KDI)
  Inventing and re-inventing San Diego's innovation economy: what one city can teach the world
- Abraaham J. Shragge (Professor, KAIST)

Change making
- Robert Buderi (Founder, Xconomy)

Fostering and entrepreneurial ecosystem
- Daniel Stangler (Vice President, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation)

Catalyzing biomedical innovation
- Christopher Loose (Executive Director, Yale Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology / Professor of Urology, Yale University)

"Creative economy" as a new growth engine in Korea
- Suk-Joon Lee (The 1st Vice Minister, Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning)
11:00-17:50 Special Session on Bio Health-Venture: When Technology Meets Business
11:00-12:30 Part 1. Lab Goes to Market
Moderator -David Lucchino (Co-Founder & Former CEO, Semprus BioSciences)
  How to deliver technology from the lab to the market
- Robert Langer (Professor, MIT)

The successful cases in the birth of venture
- Omid Farokhzad (Professor, Harvard University)

What should we benchmark from successful cases of Professor-founded ventures in Boston?
- Sangyong Jon (Professor of Biological Science, KAIST)
Commentator - Kija Kim (President & CEO, Clark Hill Partners, LLC)
14:00-16:00 Part 2. Biotechnology in Action
Moderator -Cho-il Kim (General Director, Bureau of Health Industry Promotion, KHIDI)
  Opportunities to transform healthcare delivery at large scale with mobile technology and big data
- Veera Anantha (Founder & CEO, Contant Therapy)

Navigating the complicated path from breakthrough science to breakthrough medicines
- Katrine Bosley (CEO, Editas Medicine)

Managing the transition to a biomedical start-up
- David Lucchino (Co-Founder & Former CEO, Semprus BioSciences)
- Christopher Loose (Executive Director, Yale Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology)

Globalization strategy for ViroMed, a small biotech company founded from university lab: lessons and implications
- Sunyoung Kim (Professor of Biological Science, Seoul National University / CSO, ViroMed, Co., Ltd.)

Moneyball for medicine
- Julie Yoo (Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Kyruus)
16:15-17:45 Part 3. Move Forward to the Future
Moderator - Kee-taig Jung (President, KHIDI)
  Investing in collaboration to accelerative innovation: the Massachusetts model
- Susan Windhan-Bannister (President & CEO, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center)

Compare and contrast US vs. Korean venture capital strategies
- Christopher Kim (Partner, Oxford Bioscience Partners / Managing Partner, Korea Seoul Life Science Fund)

Government support of Korea in Bio Venture
- Dongho Lee (Professor, Woolsan Medical School / Former Chairman, Korea Drug Development Fund)

The role of researchers for open innovation
- Sung Joo Lee (Head of Research, Asia Pacific R&D Hub, Sanofi)

Business model of Bio Venture in Korea
- Soon Jae Park (CEO, Alteogen Inc.)
□ Registration:  http://mailzine.kdi.re.kr/survey/go/registration.jsp 
□ Contact: KDI, 044-550-4015