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 Old Continent strengthens its connections with Silicon Valley 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 […]
San Francisco, September 10th, 2018 – Miguel Arias Cañete, European Union’s Commissioner for Climate Action & Energy, confirmed to attend the 4th edition of “Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley”, the premier program for future European Unicorns (Silicon Valley, 9-15 September) organized by Mind the Bridge with the support of the European Commission, the European […]
32 European large corporates are present in Israel with 41 innovation outposts. While antennas and investors dominate in Silicon Valley, 60% of the outposts in Israel are R&D Centers. Engineering, Electronics and Life Science dominate the country. DOWNLOAD THE FULL REPORT There is no doubt Europe is looking into Israel as the next tech hotspots […]
There are 26 of them, from 18 different countries, and they cover almost all of Europe. They are the “European Bridge Organizations”, supporting European startups landing in Silicon Valley and promoting entrepreneurship in their country of origin by bridging to the Bay Area. A full analysis of their distribution, mission, activity and coverage has been presented […]
Since its inception 10 years ago we have been a strong supporter of the Fulbright BEST (Business Exchange and Student Training) program, sponsoring internships in Silicon Valley of high potential Italian PhD graduates/ entrepreneurs. This year Mind the Bridge has been selected as the entity in charge of the program beginning in 2018, in a […]
Open innovation is not meant to be solely firm-centric, it can be implemented between startups and corporates but also among consumers, innovation insiders and creative parties. Open innovation is cross-cultural, cross-geographical and a cross-industry collaboration that impacts all levels of society and business. At Mind the Bridge we like to think that when it comes […]
We are all set for our annual gathering of the European Innovation Day conference. Same venue (Computer History Museum, likely the most iconic venue for large conferences in the Bay Area), same month (September), same premises: on one side a showcase of some to hottest high-growth “scaleups” from Europe, on the other the platform where EU […]