During the Corporate Startup Stars Awards Ceremony, held today in London at the iconic Gherkin building, Mind the Bridge launched the Report “Evolve or Be Extinct. Open Innovation Models for the Future- Season 2022 - Highlights from Corporate Startup Stars” that analyses how companies are evolving the models of interaction with startups and scaleups.
For the 7th year running, the world’s most active corporates working with startups and worldwide best practices in corporate-startup collaboration have been recognized and identified at the prestigious annual Corporate Startup Stars Awards. Launched by Mind the Bridge under the European Commission’s Startup Europe Partnership initiative in 2016, the Awards have been scaled at global level thanks to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). A total of 100 companies from all over the world have been named today winners in the 2022 Corporate Startup Stars Awards: 50 as Corporate Startup Stars - with Siemens securing the top position - and 50 companies named Open Innovation Challengers.
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For the sixth year running, startups have nominated the corporates they believed to be most active in terms of open innovation for the prestigious annual Corporate Startup Stars Awards. Pfizer secured first place, followed by AXA and Xiaomi. The global ranking has been unveiled today in Paris during the official Award Ceremony, opened by French Secretary of State for the Digital Economy Cédric O.
Presentati a SMAU i dati del nuovo Report sull’Open Innovation in Italia: le grandi aziende trainano ancora il mercato e le PMI iniziano ad affacciarsi. Registrato un lieve miglioramento rispetto allo scorso anno per le Top 25 “Italian Corporate Startup Stars” ma la strada da fare è ancora lunga. Il settore più aperto alle collaborazioni tra startup e imprese risulta quello dell’Energia, seguito dal Bancario-Assicurativo e dall’Edilizia. Aziende di altri settori, tra cui Aerospazio, Automotive, Elettronica, Food, Media e Retail, si stanno progressivamente avvicinando all’arena dell’Open Innovation.