How can the lessons learnt from starting the Startup programs of Microsoft, Salesforce or the scaling of an entity like Startup Weekend be of use for the larger audience of medium and large corporations in their quest for innovation? Marco Marinucci, founder Mind the Bridge, sat down with Ludo (Ludovic) Ulrich, a partner at the San Francisco based Silicon Foundry.
Mind the Bridge is very happy to announce its partnership with JETRO (Japanese External Trade Organization), born with the scope of supporting the best Japanese startups in US Market Access capacity.
Marco Marinucci, CEO of Mind the Bridge, sits down for a chat with old friend Fabrizio Capobianco, serial entrepreneur, most recently CEO of Tok.TV. And explains why being an Entrepreneur is a horrible job (among the other things).
The M&A global market is stable and increasingly a prerogative of US and Europe, according to the annual report “Tech Startup M&As” presented today by Mind the Bridge together with Crunchbase and with the support of global law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. The report was unveiled at the "European Innovation Day" Conference in Mountain View (CA), the flagship event of the fourth edition of the Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley program.
San Francisco, September 10th, [...]