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Clarice Bertin

Doctor in Management Sciences and Management (specialization innovation & entrepreneurship) from the University of Strasbourg and researcher at the BETA laboratory, Clarice Bertin is a permanent Professor in the Strategy & Entrepreneurship Department at ICN Business School (Nancy - Paris - Berlin). Her doctoral dissertation focused on the determinants of symbiotic strategic collaboration between startups and large companies in open innovation ecosystems. She mainly teaches economic intelligence, strategic management, creativity, innovation management, entrepreneurship, decision-making, and risk management. With a professional background of more than 25 years covering different sectors of activity, she has also been a member of the Board of Directors of an SA since 2009. She has published in the academic journal Innovations – Revue d'Economie et de Management de l'Innovation, regularly presents her research work at renowned international academic conferences, and is co-author of book chapters and case studies in business strategy, international marketing, decision-making, and crisis communication filed at The Case Center (United Kingdom) and the CCMP (Centrale de Cas et de Médias Pédagogiques, Paris).

Clarice's Posts

Open Innovation

What’s the key to success in corporate-startup collaboration?

While research on corporate-startup collaboration is not new, it has attracted increasing interest in recent years. In f...