Open-innovation: ecosystems with clients, start-ups, schools and staff

In the digital era, the biggest innovations in the services sector come from companies that have set up open platforms to leverage the power of the masses. To innovate, a company needs to open up and create ecosystems that involve its stakeholders such as customers, start-ups and universities, as well as staff. This is what is known as open innovation.

Open innovation: leverage for the Group’s transformation

"Technological changes have pushed usages and habits towards increased mobility and have created new ways of interacting. These changes represent opportunities to transform and enrich our relationship with our clients and our members of staff, and to reinvent the bank of tomorrow." Aymeril Hoang, Head of Innovation for the Group, discusses our strategy.

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The Collaborative economy by Soon Soon Soon

Paris and the collaborative economy

Tomorrow, Paris will be a city where everyone will be able to improvise in a job for a day (and longer if inclined). Numerous Parisian startuppers seem intent on giving everyone the possibility of inventing their career, releasing themselves from traditional job contracts to multiply their activities in accordance with their fields of interest and improvising in a job in their chosen field. To provide fledgling entrepreneurs with fertile ground to achieve their aims, in recent years Paris has expanded the number of incubators and accelerators. The Soon Soon Soon team has immersed itself in this “Made in France” collaborative economy ecosystem. Welcome to a world of interaction and co-construction!

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Create together, innovate faster

The digital era is evolving the Bank's approach to innovation. Moving from a 'product-driven' model to a relationship-focused one grounded in the customer experience, from innovation in isolation to open innovation made possible by increased connectivity between communities, both within the company and in the company's wider ecosystem.

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