Expérience Startup : les 3 sources d’inspiration pour les corporates

On n’a jamais autant parlé des startups. L’ouverture de Station F, des unicornes françaises, la croissance forte des gens qui veulent entreprendre… c’est sûr que les opportunités font rêver. Mais derrière ce phénomène, quels apprentissages pour les grands corporates ?

La France, nouvelle destination pour de jeunes pousses anglophones

Malgré son français très balbutiant, Mark Heath, a choisi d’installer sa start up à Paris, une destination autrefois impensable pour nombre d’entrepreneurs étrangers mais qui jouit aujourd’hui d’un regain de faveur.

Start-up nation: Macron’s France lures US, UK tech

France was an unlikely choice of location for Mark Heath’s new start-up, given that the American’s mastery of the French language is, by his own cheerful…

Wave Of Capitalist Optimism Sweeps Across Paris

The French president hopes his changes to labor laws and other initiatives will change the anti-business climate. Paris has launched a business hub for startups.

French start-up hub Station F buzzing with foreign innovation

With 1,000 businesses signed up, the Parisian start-up Station F symbolises the appeal of France’s technology sector, as desired by Emmanuel Macron. The President gears up to welcome 140 foreign CEOs on Monday at a summit dedicated to the financial benefits France has to offer.

What Can FTSE 250 Corporates & Startups Learn From Each Other?

I’ve had the privilege of working on the entire spectrum of clients, from bootstrapped startups to corporate juggernauts. One thing is certain; there’s no magic formula for success.

Each business is unique, and whilst lessons can always be learned from elsewhere, the sustainable survival and growth of a brand depends on nurturing customer advocacy and optimising the most successful marketing channels.

En garde, London — France’s Emmanuel Macron is coming for your start-ups

Mathilde Alloin was a student at London College of Fashion when she had a brainwave. Tired of reading magazine stories about women’s problems with ill-fitting bras, the 24-year-old came up with an ingenious solution: using 3D printing technology to create made-to-measure lingerie.

7 key learnings about Innov8rs Paris

After Miami, New York, Madrid, and the Silicon Valley, Paris was the latest stop of Innov8rs event and we were there with the Innovinco team to really deep dive into corporate innovation & intrapreneurship.

News – Oct 19

Innovation Foundations is an exciting new corporate innovation training programme designed to do just that:

🕑 2-day intensive bootcamp

🏭 exclusively for people & teams from large established companies

🎓 programme designed & delivered by senior talents who have successfully innovated within corporates

🔨 focused on proven, practical tools & techniques which can be immediately deployed on innovation projects

👋 learn from & network with peers from across other large companies

If you’d like more details, just send ‘BROCHURE’ to hello@innovinco.com
Let’s build innovators, as well as innovations! 👊

News – Sept 19

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Londa Rebetzke as Innovation Director at Innovinco.

In this role, Londa will be responsible for developing & delivering innovation acceleration solutions for Innovinco’s large corporate clients, specifically focusing on London, where she is based.

Londa brings with her a wealth of experience having worked in innovation roles across the world, in best-in-class companies such as SABMiller, Kimberly-Clark & Mars.

This appointment represents Innovinco’s first strategic recruitment in line with its ambitious Phase 2 growth plan, which will focus on creating the world’s strongest team of senior talents with operational experience of successfully innovating within large multinational companies.

If anyone is looking for London-based innovation support, please feel free to reach out to Londa directly at londa@innovinco.com

Welcome to the team! 😃 

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