Open Innovation in Italia: il bicchiere è mezzo pieno

By |2021-10-12T11:33:47+02:00October 12th, 2021|General|

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.

How Korean startup Business Canvas has created the perfect storm

By |2021-09-23T17:30:11+02:00September 23rd, 2021|General|

This is the story of how Business Canvas, a Korean startup coming from Kised program, was first selected to join the MTB Global Startup Acceleration Program and then raised $2.5M in a Seed round led by Mirae Asset with the participation of Kakao Ventures and Nextrans Inc. for their Typed, a simple-to-use digital workspace designed to streamline document and knowledge management.

Governments and Regions are The New Kids on the (Innovation) Block

By |2021-09-22T10:10:44+02:00September 21st, 2021|General|

According to the new Report “Government Innovation Outposts in Silicon Valley”, presented today by Mind the Bridge during its Scaleup Summit program in San Francisco, the role of government agencies is becoming more and more relevant in supporting and bridging innovation between California and the respective home country.

Innovation: ANIA (Insurtech) lands in Silicon Valley

By |2021-09-15T17:34:39+02:00September 15th, 2021|General|

The Italian National Association of Insurance Companies (ANIA) will act as a technological and business models trend spotter for the entire Italian insurance sector through an Innovation Antenna, activated within the Mind the Bridge Innovation Center in San Francisco, as announced at the Opening session of the Scaleup Summit in Silicon Valley.

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