In this Mind the Chat Alberto Onetti meets Martin Curley, Director, Digital Transformation & Open Innovation at Health Service Executive (HSE), recognized with the 2020 Public Sector Open Innovation Award (as part of the Corporate Startup Stars program run by Mind the Bridge) for its ability to collaborate and co-innovate with startups.
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.
South Korea is experiencing a never-seen-before momentum in innovation, as highlighted by the two Reports “Tech Scaleup South Korea 2021” and “Corporate Innovation in South Korea 2021” produced by Mind the Bridge with the support of KITA and presented today in Seoul at the NextRise event.
Assistive Technology (AT), which is used to improve the functional capabilities of people with disabilities, is playing a substantial role in creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace. As part of their advisory activities, Mind the Bridge spots five global startups that are worth following in this space.
Industry, Retail, Urban: these are the areas where Olivetti and TIM WCAP are looking for innovative technological solutions to be integrated into the business in an Open Innovation perspective through the “IoT Challenge” open until June 30th, launched with the support of the international advisory firm Mind the Bridge.