Opportunities to create something new, vibrant and impactful are all over. Resources to make them possible, not so much.
Competing with the best innovation hubs, from accelerators, research facilities, incubation programs, venture builders, there are few intrapreneurs spearheading Open Innovation inside big corporations. Using the best and most powerful resources a big company can offer to make those ideas happen.
This time, we’ll have a rare opportunity to chat with Tier 1 Innovation Directors in town. From banking to shipping and delivery all the way through old trusted beer sectors.
We’ll go over the risks and advantages of moving from closed to open innovation as well as some details of their own initiatives and future challenges.
Tech and Digital Economy Program Manager
Digital Hub Manager
Head of Open Innovation
Open Innovation consultant, advisor, entrepreneurship and startups program manager. He leads the management of Correos Labs - the innovation and entrepreneurship centre at Correos. He also leads Correo’s Startups Acceleration Program: challenge Lehnica.
+16 years of experience at Mahou San Miguel on several digital roles. Currently leading the company’s Digital Hub - engaged on the corporation digital transformation - while creating/supporting initiatives like Barlab.
Previously on digital marketing roles for campaigns like San Miguel City, Wikipeli, Mixta, Fútbol Chapas o De que Color es Madrid - praised at national and international festivals.
He started his career on online marketing and consulting roles at companies like Inmoclick, Dinamic Multimedia, Look & Enter and Netthink.
With entrepreneurial spirit and sharp sense for detecting growth opportunities on emerging and mature markets. Strong digital marketing expertise and previous working experience at Telefonica, Yell publicidad, Sanitas and Reparalia.
Currently as Head of Open Innovation at the Bankia’s Innovation Observatory.