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Learning from the Open Innovation early movers.

Telcos have been trailblazers in open innovation allowing them to accrue a lot of first hand experience in startup-corporate collaboration. Then analyzing what they are up to can provide interesting insights for all other companies.

In this Mind the Chat we sit with Paresh Modi, Group Head of Business Development & Innovation. Together we go through the different innovation initiatives Vodafone is currently running and assess KPIs and results achieved. 

Specifically:
- Multiple acceleration programs, ranging from UPLIFT (goal to open up Vodafone’s distribution channels  to startups), F-LANE (gender based)  and Tomorrow Street (headquartered  in Luxembourg and primarily focused on scaleups).

- A world class procurement Startup Fast Track, able to onboard startups in 7 days (and pay them in 21 days).

- A brand new intrapreneurship program (Launchpad) that, in the first year (despite lockdown), involved over one tenth of the workforce and generated nearly 1,200 ideas from 19 different countries and 6 departments. 

- A new mentoring programme (Bright Sparks), to associate early stage startups with Vodafone experts. Run in 2020 with 10 startups from Oxford University Innovation, it will be scaled up to all Europe this year.

We also go through Vodafone’s decision to pause their CVC fund, though they continue to invest (and acquire) opportunistically where they can add/extract  real strategic value.

Learning from the Open Innovation early movers.

Telcos have been trailblazers in open innovation allowing them to accrue a lot of first hand experience in startup-corporate collaboration. Then analyzing what they are up to can provide interesting insights for all other companies.

In this Mind the Chat we sit with Paresh Modi, Group Head of Business Development & Innovation. Together we go through the different innovation initiatives Vodafone is currently running and assess KPIs and results achieved.

Specifically:
- Multiple acceleration programs, ranging from UPLIFT (goal to open up Vodafone’s distribution channels to startups), F-LANE (gender based) and Tomorrow Street (headquartered in Luxembourg and primarily focused on scaleups).

- A world class procurement Startup Fast Track, able to onboard startups in 7 days (and pay them in 21 days).

- A brand new intrapreneurship program (Launchpad) that, in the first year (despite lockdown), involved over one tenth of the workforce and generated nearly 1,200 ideas from 19 different countries and 6 departments.

- A new mentoring programme (Bright Sparks), to associate early stage startups with Vodafone experts. Run in 2020 with 10 startups from Oxford University Innovation, it will be scaled up to all Europe this year.

We also go through Vodafone’s decision to pause their CVC fund, though they continue to invest (and acquire) opportunistically where they can add/extract real strategic value.

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Willem Jonker is CEO at EIT Digital, a leading European digital innovation and entrepreneurial education organisation driving Europe's digital transformation. 

EIT Digital strengthens Europe’s position in the digital world by delivering breakthrough digital innovations to the market and breeding entrepreneurial talent for economic growth and improved quality of life. It also invests in strategic areas to accelerate the market uptake and scaling of research-based digital technologies (deep tech) focusing on Europe’s strategic, societal challenges: Digital Tech, Digital Cities, Digital Industry, Digital Wellbeing, and Digital Finance.

During this Mind the Chat, Mind the Bridge’s CEO Marco Marinucci briefly retraces together with Willem the history of this organization (numbers, grand plans, the “Governing board” and new members). He then goes on to ask him about programs, latest studies, success stories (and ways to measure it - read KPIs), the Silicon Valley Hub and EIT Digital support to startups during COVD19. Finally, they address the issue of the role and opportunities of EU applied research and Impact of the EU Green Deal in EU-based innovation competitiveness.

About Willem Jonker
Willem has a broad background in ICT, both in industry as well as in academia. He studied mathematics and computer science at Groningen University, worked at Delft University of Technology, received his PhD from the University of Utrecht, and is a part-time full professor in computer science at Twente University.
His industrial experience covers telecommunications (KPN), IT (European Computer industry Research Centre, Munich) and consumer electronics (Philips). He held several positions as researcher, international project leader, department head, sector head, and account manager. In 2006 he was appointed Vice President Philips Research. Prof. Dr. Jonker has served European ICT research in various ways amongst others as project leader, reviewer, and advisor.

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley**  #SSUMMIT20

Willem Jonker is CEO at EIT Digital, a leading European digital innovation and entrepreneurial education organisation driving Europe's digital transformation.

EIT Digital strengthens Europe’s position in the digital world by delivering breakthrough digital innovations to the market and breeding entrepreneurial talent for economic growth and improved quality of life. It also invests in strategic areas to accelerate the market uptake and scaling of research-based digital technologies (deep tech) focusing on Europe’s strategic, societal challenges: Digital Tech, Digital Cities, Digital Industry, Digital Wellbeing, and Digital Finance.

During this Mind the Chat, Mind the Bridge’s CEO Marco Marinucci briefly retraces together with Willem the history of this organization (numbers, grand plans, the “Governing board” and new members). He then goes on to ask him about programs, latest studies, success stories (and ways to measure it - read KPIs), the Silicon Valley Hub and EIT Digital support to startups during COVD19. Finally, they address the issue of the role and opportunities of EU applied research and Impact of the EU Green Deal in EU-based innovation competitiveness.

About Willem Jonker
Willem has a broad background in ICT, both in industry as well as in academia. He studied mathematics and computer science at Groningen University, worked at Delft University of Technology, received his PhD from the University of Utrecht, and is a part-time full professor in computer science at Twente University.
His industrial experience covers telecommunications (KPN), IT (European Computer industry Research Centre, Munich) and consumer electronics (Philips). He held several positions as researcher, international project leader, department head, sector head, and account manager. In 2006 he was appointed Vice President Philips Research. Prof. Dr. Jonker has served European ICT research in various ways amongst others as project leader, reviewer, and advisor.

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley** #SSUMMIT20

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What do you know about Energy Transition?

Claudio Farina is the Executive Vice President Digital Transformation & Technology at Snam, one of the world's leading energy infrastructure operators and one of the largest Italian public companies in terms of market capitalization. The company’s sustainable and technologically advanced network guarantees security of supply and promotes development in the territories, while also contributing to promote the energy transition.

In this Mind the Chat, together with Alberto Onetti, chairman at Mind the Bridge, he goes through the directions of future evolution for SNAM and its approach to innovation, with a specific focus on Open Innovation and collaboration with startups.

Who’s who?
Claudio Farina has been working in Snam since 2017: he is Executive Vice President Digital Transformation & Technology with responsibility for leading the technological roadmap, ICT and digital transformation. He is also Executive Vice President Technology and Industrial Innovation.
Previously, he held the role of Head of the CEO Office, leading cross-functional projects in the operational improvement area, start up and scale up of new business and support to the Chief Executive Officer, and Senior Vice President of Planning and Control BU Asset Italia with planning responsibilities and control over investments and operating costs of Italian assets. Before joining Snam, Claudio spent over 9 years in Vodafone Italia and the Boston Consulting Group.

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley*  #SSUMMIT20

What do you know about Energy Transition?

Claudio Farina is the Executive Vice President Digital Transformation & Technology at Snam, one of the world's leading energy infrastructure operators and one of the largest Italian public companies in terms of market capitalization. The company’s sustainable and technologically advanced network guarantees security of supply and promotes development in the territories, while also contributing to promote the energy transition.

In this Mind the Chat, together with Alberto Onetti, chairman at Mind the Bridge, he goes through the directions of future evolution for SNAM and its approach to innovation, with a specific focus on Open Innovation and collaboration with startups.

Who’s who?
Claudio Farina has been working in Snam since 2017: he is Executive Vice President Digital Transformation & Technology with responsibility for leading the technological roadmap, ICT and digital transformation. He is also Executive Vice President Technology and Industrial Innovation.
Previously, he held the role of Head of the CEO Office, leading cross-functional projects in the operational improvement area, start up and scale up of new business and support to the Chief Executive Officer, and Senior Vice President of Planning and Control BU Asset Italia with planning responsibilities and control over investments and operating costs of Italian assets. Before joining Snam, Claudio spent over 9 years in Vodafone Italia and the Boston Consulting Group.

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley* #SSUMMIT20

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In this Mind the Chat Marco Marinucci sits down with Giovanni Bertolino, Head of e-Mobility USA and Canada - Enel X, where he leads the team focused on growing the company’s residential and commercial smart charging business. Previously, he served as Vice President of Business Development in North and Central America for Enel’s Global Thermal Business Line.

Focus of the Chat is the present and future of Electrified Mobility. What are the current market forces, where is the market going? What’s happening in the last-mile mobility (E-scooters, E-bikes). Is hydrogen an option for mobility? We’ll also talk about the new EnelX JuiceEco launch and its deal with Uber.

Bertolino held additional prior roles within Enel, including Head of Industrial Development of Enel Global Thermal Generation Business line, Board Member of Enel Russia PJSC, Director of Regulatory Affairs, and of Carbon Regulation and Climate Change, as well as leadership roles in the International Emission Trading Association (IETA), the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET), and EURELECTRIC (Union of the Electricity Industry).

Before joining Enel in 2010, Giovanni was Senior Manager in McKinsey and Company, where he worked mainly with European companies in the energy sector. An economist by training, he holds an MBA from the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business. 

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley*

In this Mind the Chat Marco Marinucci sits down with Giovanni Bertolino, Head of e-Mobility USA and Canada - Enel X, where he leads the team focused on growing the company’s residential and commercial smart charging business. Previously, he served as Vice President of Business Development in North and Central America for Enel’s Global Thermal Business Line.

Focus of the Chat is the present and future of Electrified Mobility. What are the current market forces, where is the market going? What’s happening in the last-mile mobility (E-scooters, E-bikes). Is hydrogen an option for mobility? We’ll also talk about the new EnelX JuiceEco launch and its deal with Uber.

Bertolino held additional prior roles within Enel, including Head of Industrial Development of Enel Global Thermal Generation Business line, Board Member of Enel Russia PJSC, Director of Regulatory Affairs, and of Carbon Regulation and Climate Change, as well as leadership roles in the International Emission Trading Association (IETA), the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET), and EURELECTRIC (Union of the Electricity Industry).

Before joining Enel in 2010, Giovanni was Senior Manager in McKinsey and Company, where he worked mainly with European companies in the energy sector. An economist by training, he holds an MBA from the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley*

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Today Marco Marinucci chats with Rishi Roongta, Founder, Bain Innovation Exchange (BIE), Marco Di Luca, Baincubator Global General Manager at Bain & Company and Laure Ceddaha, Director, Entrepreneur in Residence, Bain & Company.

Rishi holds more than 10 years of experience across venture capital (VC), startups and strategy consulting. He is a seasoned seed, A and B round investor with a broad network spanning San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. As founder of the Bain Innovation Exchange (BIE), Rishi supports clients on building both their innovation and ecosystem capabilities. BIE has built a global ecosystem of startups, venture capitalists, major tech players and innovation leaders to help drive innovation to BIE’s clients. Rishi has also played a critical role in delivering thought leadership and support to the launches of Bain’s newest offerings, including ADAPT, VCaaS and Bain Media Lab, where he was responsible for developing and driving the relationship with Hive.AI and Bain.
Marco Di Luca has a solid experience in Open Innovation models, and Corporate Venture Capital. Former BGC Principal in Italy, he leads the Baincubator at Bain & Company.

Laure Ceddaha is the Co-founder of Aura.ceo, DIrector & EIR Baincubator. Aura.ceo provides automated talent & operating model diligence for today's Competitive Intelligence teams.
 
They talk about Innovation @Bain, Bain Innovation Exchange, services for corporate clients (ie CVC as-a-service) and Baincubator (intrapreneurship, structure and processes) finally reporting the “Aura” case study. 

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley**

Today Marco Marinucci chats with Rishi Roongta, Founder, Bain Innovation Exchange (BIE), Marco Di Luca, Baincubator Global General Manager at Bain & Company and Laure Ceddaha, Director, Entrepreneur in Residence, Bain & Company.

Rishi holds more than 10 years of experience across venture capital (VC), startups and strategy consulting. He is a seasoned seed, A and B round investor with a broad network spanning San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. As founder of the Bain Innovation Exchange (BIE), Rishi supports clients on building both their innovation and ecosystem capabilities. BIE has built a global ecosystem of startups, venture capitalists, major tech players and innovation leaders to help drive innovation to BIE’s clients. Rishi has also played a critical role in delivering thought leadership and support to the launches of Bain’s newest offerings, including ADAPT, VCaaS and Bain Media Lab, where he was responsible for developing and driving the relationship with Hive.AI and Bain.
Marco Di Luca has a solid experience in Open Innovation models, and Corporate Venture Capital. Former BGC Principal in Italy, he leads the Baincubator at Bain & Company.

Laure Ceddaha is the Co-founder of Aura.ceo, DIrector & EIR Baincubator. Aura.ceo provides automated talent & operating model diligence for today's Competitive Intelligence teams.

They talk about Innovation @Bain, Bain Innovation Exchange, services for corporate clients (ie CVC as-a-service) and Baincubator (intrapreneurship, structure and processes) finally reporting the “Aura” case study.

**This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley**

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Marco Marinucci (Mind the Bridge CEO) interviews Gary Coover (GM of Samsung NEXT Silicon Valley). 

Gary, a Bay Area native who spent years in South Korea, has been the 2nd hire at NEXT, an entity that now employs around 200 people in its 4 areas: Products, Partnerships, Ventures and M&A. In Gary’s words, NEXT is the brainchild of David Eun, president of NEXT and also Chief Innovation Officer of Samsung Electronics. While NEXT is focused on software and services, its ultimate goal is to help transform Samsung as a whole.

TIMELINE:
4:54 Samsung Group: 1/3 of biz Supply Chain Management 2/3 Samsung electronics (components+set groups)
6:57 Samsung footprint in Silicon Valley (SDI, Electro-Mechanics, SSIC, Catalyst Fund
10:10 What is NEXT: from David Eun's vision to reality. 4 arms: venture, product (since 2017), M&A, partnerships
13:30 Measurable objectives at NEXT: help change Samsung
17:50 NEXT Fund, focus: edge, digital health, media tech, AI early stage 
20:40 ~20 partnership managers to help orchestrate globally
23:05 M&A at NEXT: Whisk acquisition by NEXT
26:50 NEXT Product: building new products within NEXT
30:05 Product as an evolution of Samsung Accelerator
31:03 Timelines are product-dependent, $ are less an issue
32:52 Staffing at NEXT Product: internal vs external
35:18 In home gaming adoption to the roof with the pandemic
37:03 Tech areas to feel bullish about


** This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley**

Marco Marinucci (Mind the Bridge CEO) interviews Gary Coover (GM of Samsung NEXT Silicon Valley).

Gary, a Bay Area native who spent years in South Korea, has been the 2nd hire at NEXT, an entity that now employs around 200 people in its 4 areas: Products, Partnerships, Ventures and M&A. In Gary’s words, NEXT is the brainchild of David Eun, president of NEXT and also Chief Innovation Officer of Samsung Electronics. While NEXT is focused on software and services, its ultimate goal is to help transform Samsung as a whole.

TIMELINE:
4:54 Samsung Group: 1/3 of biz Supply Chain Management 2/3 Samsung electronics (components+set groups)
6:57 Samsung footprint in Silicon Valley (SDI, Electro-Mechanics, SSIC, Catalyst Fund
10:10 What is NEXT: from David Eun's vision to reality. 4 arms: venture, product (since 2017), M&A, partnerships
13:30 Measurable objectives at NEXT: help change Samsung
17:50 NEXT Fund, focus: edge, digital health, media tech, AI early stage
20:40 ~20 partnership managers to help orchestrate globally
23:05 M&A at NEXT: Whisk acquisition by NEXT
26:50 NEXT Product: building new products within NEXT
30:05 Product as an evolution of Samsung Accelerator
31:03 Timelines are product-dependent, $ are less an issue
32:52 Staffing at NEXT Product: internal vs external
35:18 In home gaming adoption to the roof with the pandemic
37:03 Tech areas to feel bullish about


** This Mind the Chat is part of the 'Innovation Executive Views' series of the 2020 Digital Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley**

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How to solve the "Death Valley of Accelerators"?
 
Traditional corporate accelerators have a bad reputation and it seems deserved. Based on recent analysis most of the corporate accelerators do not produce results for participating startups as well as do not produce material impact for corporates.
In parallel, new models are emerging (hybrid accelerators, venture builders, startup studios). Last month we analyzed the TrenLab Accelerator born in partnership between Spain’s state-run railway company Renfe and a telco (Telefónica). In this Mind the Chat we go through the Kamet model. Kamet is a venture builder launched early2016 by AXA with an initial investment of €100M.
 
Kamet is focused on creating breakthrough companies that will redefine the sectors of InsureTech, HealthTech and Mobility.
 
The underlying assumption is for building Kamet was that while incremental innovation can be done within the “core” of a large organization like AXA, more “disruptive” innovation is difficult to achieve outside of a truly entrepreneurial framework. Results thus far? Over 400 ideas screened, approx. 20 live ventures, of which 10+ able to raise a Series A and 2 a Series B. And more to come. And a lot of learning.
 
We will analyze what's special about Kamet in depth with Ravit Warsha, Partner, Healthcare for Kamet in Israel.

Learn more:
https://mindthebridge.com/scaleup-summits/digital-scaleup-summit-israel-2020/

How to solve the "Death Valley of Accelerators"?

Traditional corporate accelerators have a bad reputation and it seems deserved. Based on recent analysis most of the corporate accelerators do not produce results for participating startups as well as do not produce material impact for corporates.
In parallel, new models are emerging (hybrid accelerators, venture builders, startup studios). Last month we analyzed the TrenLab Accelerator born in partnership between Spain’s state-run railway company Renfe and a telco (Telefónica). In this Mind the Chat we go through the Kamet model. Kamet is a venture builder launched early2016 by AXA with an initial investment of €100M.

Kamet is focused on creating breakthrough companies that will redefine the sectors of InsureTech, HealthTech and Mobility.

The underlying assumption is for building Kamet was that while incremental innovation can be done within the “core” of a large organization like AXA, more “disruptive” innovation is difficult to achieve outside of a truly entrepreneurial framework. Results thus far? Over 400 ideas screened, approx. 20 live ventures, of which 10+ able to raise a Series A and 2 a Series B. And more to come. And a lot of learning.

We will analyze what's special about Kamet in depth with Ravit Warsha, Partner, Healthcare for Kamet in Israel.

Learn more:
https://mindthebridge.com/scaleup-summits/digital-scaleup-summit-israel-2020/

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How to build a more sustainable world after COVID 19? Can the EU Green Deal be the "Man of the Moon moment" for Europe?

About this Event
Join us LIVE for a conversation with the CEO of one of the largest energy companies in the world, known for its commitment to Renewable Energy sources.
Interviewed by Marco Marinucci, Mind the Bridge Founder & CEO.

Francesco Starace was appointed Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Enel in May 2014.
Mr. Starace joined Enel in 2000, holding several executive positions, including Head of Business Power (from July 2002 to October 2005) and Managing Director of the Market Division (from November 2005 to September 2008). In 2008, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Enel Green Power, the Group's newly formed company focused on renewable sources. Mr. Starace led the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of the business, floating it on the Milan and Madrid stock exchanges. In May, 2014 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of the Enel Group.

Before joining Enel, Mr. Starace worked for other companies within the energy industry. He began his career in plant construction management, first at the General Electric Group and then at the ABB Group and subsequently at Alstom Power Corporation, where he was appointed Head of gas turbine sales worldwide. Mr. Starace's international experience includes periods spent in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United States and Switzerland.

Alongside his career in Enel, Mr Starace held other positions: in 2015 he was appointed to the Board of Directors of the United Nations Global Compact and in June 2014 to the Advisory Board of the United Nations Sustainable Energy 4 All initiative. From January 2016 until January 2018 he was co-chair of the World Economic Forum's Energy Utilities and Energy Technologies Community. In October 2016 he was nominated co-chair of the B20 Climate & Resource Efficiency Task Force. In June 2017, he was elected President of the European electricity industry union Eurelectric, a role he kept till 2019. The European Commission appointed him Member of the “Multi-stakeholder Platform on the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the EU” in September 2017.



Who is Mind the Bridge?
An Innovation Advisory firm sitting at the intersection of corporates and startups.

www.mindthebridge.com

How to build a more sustainable world after COVID 19? Can the EU Green Deal be the "Man of the Moon moment" for Europe?

About this Event
Join us LIVE for a conversation with the CEO of one of the largest energy companies in the world, known for its commitment to Renewable Energy sources.
Interviewed by Marco Marinucci, Mind the Bridge Founder & CEO.

Francesco Starace was appointed Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Enel in May 2014.
Mr. Starace joined Enel in 2000, holding several executive positions, including Head of Business Power (from July 2002 to October 2005) and Managing Director of the Market Division (from November 2005 to September 2008). In 2008, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Enel Green Power, the Group's newly formed company focused on renewable sources. Mr. Starace led the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of the business, floating it on the Milan and Madrid stock exchanges. In May, 2014 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of the Enel Group.

Before joining Enel, Mr. Starace worked for other companies within the energy industry. He began his career in plant construction management, first at the General Electric Group and then at the ABB Group and subsequently at Alstom Power Corporation, where he was appointed Head of gas turbine sales worldwide. Mr. Starace's international experience includes periods spent in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United States and Switzerland.

Alongside his career in Enel, Mr Starace held other positions: in 2015 he was appointed to the Board of Directors of the United Nations Global Compact and in June 2014 to the Advisory Board of the United Nations Sustainable Energy 4 All initiative. From January 2016 until January 2018 he was co-chair of the World Economic Forum's Energy Utilities and Energy Technologies Community. In October 2016 he was nominated co-chair of the B20 Climate & Resource Efficiency Task Force. In June 2017, he was elected President of the European electricity industry union Eurelectric, a role he kept till 2019. The European Commission appointed him Member of the “Multi-stakeholder Platform on the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the EU” in September 2017.



Who is Mind the Bridge?
An Innovation Advisory firm sitting at the intersection of corporates and startups.

www.mindthebridge.com

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