How to transform breakthrough technologies into real world solutions and foster local innovation in a globalized world?

A lecture by Arnaud de la Tour


Monday 12th February, room V101, 4pm – 6pm. 

Arnaud de la Tour is a life science engineer and economist. After 2 years at the Boston Consulting Group, he is now Vice-President and director of Hello Tomorrow, which he co-founded during his Ph.D. in 2011.

Hello Tomorrow is a global French organization which gathers together a community of deep-tech entrepreneurs across the globe to propel international collaborations between promising disruptive projects and leading entrepreneurs, executives and investors, to bring breakthrough technology to market.

The lecture will be introduced by Ari Kristinn Jónsson, President of the University of Reykjavik, moderated by Hallur Þór Sigurðarson, Assistant Professor, School of Business. 

The lecture is a part of The French Innovation Week in courtesy of the French Embassy in cooperation with The French-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce, University of Iceland, The Icelandic Chamber of Commerce, Reykjavik University, Icelandic Startups and the Innovation Center Iceland.