About The Role
As Marketing Event Coordinator, you’re responsible for executing and developing event strategies. You are also overseeing the creation and execution of the events happening at the Mind the Bridge Innovation Center, both for our corporate clients and for 3rd parties who book our venue.

With our corporate clients, you will be working on activities that involve large international corporations and institutions like Microsoft, Google, Acciona, Unipol, Enel, ENI, Dell, ACEA, Zain, Amadeus, EU Commission, Ministries of Korea, JETRO (Japan  External Trade Organization), and many others.

On the 3rd parties event organizers end, you will be in charge of overseeing the reservations of our Innovation Center with the opportunity to connect and create relationships with organizations like Uber, Google, Airbnb, Stripe, Dropbox, Stanford, Insightly, Fujitsu, and many more that use our venues.
You’ll work closely with the General Manager of the MTB Innovation Center, the CEO of Mind the Bridge, the US team part of the San Francisco office. You will also work with the MTB global team   across the world to align on content objectives for each activity and to create a vision on how to manage the events from concept to execution. You will also serve as the lead on-site to ensure all details of all the events are executed as planned.

You’ll report to the General Manager of MTB Innovation Center and sit on the Innovation Center team.

This is a perfect opportunity for an event professional who is an active salesperson, is operationally savvy and is highly focused on delivering a high end and revenue-generating experience for both existing corporate clients and Silicon Valley stakeholders.

You’re Excited About This Opportunity Because You’ll…
  • Partner with your leadership team to develop the vision and strategy for all world-facing activities with high end notable customers;
  • Manage/coordinate the entire event process end-to-end, from planning to execution;
  • Develop and manage the project plan for each event, ensuring key deadlines and deliverables are met;
  • Partner with the Innovation Advisory team (account managers) to provide the best corporate level (with a “lean startup touch”) experience to our clients;
  • Partner with the General Manager of the MTB Innovation Center to develop the event communication strategy for attendees and/or event organizers, ensuring they have all necessary information for each event;
  • Serve as the on-site point of contact for both core clients and 3rd party event organizers;
  • Create and maintain a clearly organized archive of event management processes, templates, and operational tools that can be leveraged for future events;
  • Manage the meetings and events portion of the Mind the Bridge Innovation Center budget. Build bottom up budgets for each program and track activities to ensure each one is within budget;
  • Partner with your Manager to develop and manage the strategy that connects the remote teams to the Innovation Center, and each other.
  • Explore new and exciting ways to convey important information to the Innovation Center Audience;
  • Manage the external communication through our social accounts;
We’re Excited About You Because…
  • You have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in business or communications;
  • You have 1-3 years of work experience in managing complex large-scale training focused employee-facing corporate events;
  • You are a strategic and analytical thinker with the ability to take a project from concept to execution with little guidance;
  • You have advanced written and verbal communication skills and can present information clearly and concisely;
  • You are a self-starter who proactively seeks new solutions to meet the needs of the business;
  • You take a thoughtful approach to your work yet can be agile to meet the demands of a fast-paced company;
  • You can effectively prioritize your work and meet business-critical deadlines;
  • You have a knack for delighting your internal clients and consistently provide high-touch experiences;
  • You have experience working and negotiating with external vendors;
  • You are available to work full time at the Mind the Bridge Innovation Center in San Francisco;
  • You can be creative and iterate based on successes and learnings;
  • You are open to feedback and suggestions: You thrive in a highly collaborative environment that is also rich in feedback;
  • You use data to adapt, adjust plans, programs, etc. You love data and understand when and how to use it to inform the work you do;
  • You navigate the grey well. You understand the world rarely operates in black and white and are comfortable in navigating the gray areas;
  • You like to have fun and don’t take yourself too seriously;
  • Above all else, you are bright, kind and motivated by challenge.
You’ll love working at Mind the Bridge because we…
  • Are a successful, fast-growing company with a start-up work vibe;
  • Are passionate about our clients and live/breathe the client experience;
  • Are equally as passionate about our employees and encouraging them to be their best selves;
  • Are at the forefront of tech and innovation, redefining corporate-startup collaboration for the next generations;
  • Have a smart and experienced leadership team that wants to do what’s right and is open to new ideas;
  • Believe in autonomy and taking initiative.
About Mind the Bridge
Mind the Bridge is a global organization that provides innovation advisory services for corporates and startups.

With HQs in San Francisco (CA) and offices in London, Milan, Cagliari, Barcelona, and Madrid, Mind the Bridge has been working as an international bridge at the intersection between Startups and Corporates since 2007.

Mind the Bridge scouts, filters and works with 3,000+ startups a year supporting global corporations in their innovation quest by driving open innovation initiatives that translate into curated deals with startups (namely PoCs, licensing, investments, and/or acquisitions).

Seniority Level
  • Corporate Open Innovation, Corporate-Startup collaboration
  • Technology
  • Event planning
Employment Type
Internship Full-time (min 3 months, ideally 6 months)
Job Functions
  • Operation & Logistics