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EdTech : Future of education through open innovation in Korea

By |2022-09-16T10:37:05+02:00September 14th, 2022|Events, General|

South Korea’s best innovations in the field of EdTech coming to Seoul Summit organized by Mind the Bridge (September 19-21). South Korea’s high-speed internet, strong technology companies, and reputation for early adoption of technologies – combined with one of the world’s largest proportions of teenagers entering higher education and huge household spending on out-of-school classes – has made it a major testbed for educational technology start-ups wanting a springboard to global markets.

INDUSTRY 4.0: Revolutionary innovations joining us in South Korea

By |2022-09-08T11:37:00+02:00September 8th, 2022|Events, General|

A significant transformation is happening in the way we do things, and the answer is digitalization. Industry 4.0 refers to a new phase in the Industrial Revolution that focuses heavily on interconnectivity, automation, machine learning, and real-time data. Mind the Bridge is hosting Scaleup Summit South Korea (Seoul, September 19-20): 7 startups operating in this field are invited. The event will include curated panels and visits to the local ecosystems, where corporates, investors, and scaleups operating in specific industry verticals can do business and spot technology trends.

Corporate Startup Stars Awards go global with ICC!

By |2020-04-16T17:13:56+02:00April 16th, 2020|Corporates, Events, General, Startup Europe Partnership|

Mind the Bridge is partnering with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) to organise the first global edition of the Corporate Startup Stars Awards, now in their 5th year. The Awards, taking place under the European Commission’s Startup Europe Partnership initiative since 2016, aim at recognizing the most active corporates in open innovation and identifying worldwide best practices in corporate-startup collaboration.

What makes Stanford StartX the best accelerator in the world | Mind the Chat with Joseph Huang

By |2020-04-23T10:06:02+02:00March 20th, 2020|Events, General, Mind the Chat, Startups, University News|

The world of startup accelerators is at a maturity stage, some will argue passed its prime time. Since 2005, when YCombinator, the first relevant accelerator, moved its first steps in the backyard of Harvard University, a myriad of other accelerators started populating the planet: with or without equity, government supported or commercial, fee based or run by a corporation. In this cacophony of models in search of sustainability, one keeps standing out for its consistent record of success: StartX the Stanford University accelerator.

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