The 2019 ASAP European Alliance Summit | November 14th-15th in Amsterdam, Netherlands

November 14th-15th
Amsterdam, Netherlands

The ASAP European Alliance Summit is entering its fifth year as one of ASAP's signature conferences. Similar to ASAP's Global Alliance Summit, it features many cross-industry topics that are of interest to alliance, partnering, ecosystem, and biz dev professionals from high tech, pharma/life sciences, energy, consumer goods, fintech, and telecom to name a few.

ASAP European Alliance Summit Features:

  • 2 full-days of programming
  • Up to 30 case study presentations delivered by heads of alliances, corporate partnering, and ecosystems
  • International representation that promotes the sharing of global, cross cultural perspectives
  • Intimate conference that fosters networking among attendees
  • Annual focus of emerging industry trends including Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, life science ecosystems, artificial intelligence, digital ecosystems, IP, startup partnerships, financial services, and innovation among others
  • Past attendees include c-level, senior level executives, and senior managers involved with strategic alliances, joint ventures, M&A, corporate development, biz dev, portfolio management, human resources, program management, change management, corporate strategy to name a few

What attendees have to say:

Taking two days out of busy schedules to reflect on alliance management practices and to learn from other alliance managers solving similar problems is invaluable. The discussions range from alliance strategy and selection through management processes and trouble shooting. Very helpful and inspirational! - Strategic Alliance Manager, Siemens Building Technologies

It was a pleasure to present to fellow Alliance professionals. For such a unique discipline I found it incredibly beneficial to hear from like-minded individuals with similar challenges. The blend of cross-industry sessions was also fascinating and learnings can be taken from each. - Alliance Manager, Vodafone