Webinar#33: Open Source Commercialisation

When: 9 February 2022 from 10:00 to 12:00 CET

Where: Online

Webinar powered by TETRA and NGI Explorers

  • What are the characteristics of Open Source projects?
  • Choosing OS license and tools
  • OS impact on Compotents
  • Process and Quality management
  • Going commercial
  • Open Source business models
  • Examples of successful OS go to market strategies and revenue models
  • How to build an engaged community
  • Tips and tricks from Speakers’ experience

...and more!

Henrik L. Ibsen, CEO at OTH.IO: Henrik has worked at National level in Denmark since 2002 - creating Open Source/Own Source solutions for the Government (regional and national) to utilize OS technology stack, in order to create National healthcare Portal and National Service Platform for Healthcare IT/Data ect.
In 2003 he deployed an OS Remote Patient Monitoring system nationally in Denmark funded by the government and has commercialized the OpenTele solution since 2015 as own IP, but retaining the virtues and openness of Open Source where Regulatory rules permit it.



Roger Essoh - CEO and founder at Saakai Pte Ltd: a veteran CTO with solid business development and product management background. A venture partner, startups advisor, business strategist combining 25+ years of experience in the tech industry, and 5+ years in venture capital. Roger has worked across 5 different continents, led small to large multi-cultural teams, and built solid expertise in 6 markets. Former Public Sector Open source Director at Atos, Roger has started to work with open source technologies in 1995 when he founded his first IT company. He joined Objectweb Consortium (now OW2) in 2002 to represent Atos.

Please register HERE!

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