CNBC's "The Business Of Innovation" returns for a new season beginning Monday, June 2nd at 9PM and 12AM ET. The show will air for five consecutive Mondays in this time period, concluding on Monday, June 30th.
This is the year that innovation moves beyond boardroom theory and into business reality. "The Business of Innovation," CNBC's groundbreaking series presented in association with IBM explores the topic of innovation in today's business world. The series, hosted by CNBC's Maria Bartiromo, will broadcast globally across the CNBC network and its affiliates.
CNBC's "The Business of Innovation" provides all employees, from the C-Suite to the factory floor, with actionable strategies to maintain a cutting edge and increase profitability in a competitive global environment.
Each one-hour episode will explore a different aspect of Innovation using CNBC's global newsgathering capabilities and a series of high-profile, world-class leaders and CEOs to explore the corporate world's innovation challenge, the rise of the entrepreneur leading the innovation drive, the public sector's role and how the ever changing global workforce is changing any and all status quo business models.
The series also features renowned innovation experts and thought leaders to dissect the topic and provide guidance for viewers seeking to innovate in their own organizations. With each episode, "The Business of Innovation" takes viewers inside a company to profile a unique innovation dilemma and these thought leaders offer innovation solutions.
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