CORPORATE STARTUP COLLABORATION
Are you looking for ways to cooperate with startups? This session will cover how to meet startups, how to work with them, and how startups could fit within a corporate.
How to work with Corporates as a startup
Frauke Mispagel studied Business and Economics at WHU, ESADE and York University. She has worked for several international corporates such as JP Morgan and founded a company offering carbon neutral solutions for businesses. After doing Business Development for Rocket Internet’s Zalando she joined the Bauer Media Group as Head of Digital Acquisitions. In 2014 she was responsible for investment processes at Axel Springer and has been the Managing Director of Axel Springer Plug and Play Accelerator since 2015.
Sendgrid Accelerate program - What's the program and why we do it
Based in Tallinn, Estonia, Felipe is the EMEA team's new kid on the block. A dedicated entrepreneur since the age of 18, he's been part of Startup Chile and Startup WiseGuys. Felipe has pitched at dozens of events and conferences, including LeWeb, FinovateEurope, Visa Future Insights and many more. Email marketing is in his blood since one of his first startups was an email marketing service for promoting events in Chile. He has a diploma in web development and professional crossmedia creative. Felipe is focusing on growing the SendGrid startup community at events and accelerators in the EMEA region.
Speak to Felipe about: Community Development, UI/UX, Marketing, Project/Product Management, Pitch and Startup Accelerators, Launching and Planning.
How global corporates are working with startups
Global corporations are getting disrupted in multiple different ways, learn about how these global players are changing their odds by working with startups in creative and collaborative ways.
Sally is the founder of “The Triple Effect”, an innovation consulting firm focused on developing best practices in corporate innovation, entrepreneurial community development and technology coaching (DigiLearn). Through her work, she has developed several entrepreneurial centres and programs in Atlantic Canada such as Planet Hatch and Startup Zone. Her clients are often organizations who struggle to think outside the box with new products or services, she used her tickle truck of tools and frameworks to run design sprints, rapid prototyping sessions and so much more. Through her work, she has recently been named as one of Canada’s top young entrepreneurs representing Canada at the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit in Berlin.
As a community leader, Sally is actively involved with the startup community through her work with Startup Weekend (Operated by Techstars) and has traveled around the world facilitating events. She currently serves on the national Board of Directors for the Community Foundations of Canada (CFC), a charity with $4.8B worth as assets within its network. She currently serves as Lieutenant in the Canadian Forces working with the Royal Canadian Air Cadet Program, a past TEDx organizer and 21Inc Leaders Alumni.