Webinar#42: Startup-corporate collaboration

When: 11/05/2022 | 10:00-11:00 CEST

Where: Online

The first part of the webinar will present an Interactive approach that aims at significantly improve the chances of success in corporate-startup collaborations. We will then welcome a corporate and a startup that will share their respective co-innovation journeys.

Please register HERE!

Gianmaria Giaconia, Serco: I started my career in Space in 2002 (I’m older than you think).
After three years, I changed industries into Aviation & Defence and it took me more than 16 years spent there to figure out that Space was my real passion.
I’m half Italian, half Spanish but used to live and work just in the middle (Toulouse, France) because there’s a saying about being an aerospace engineer (sooner or later you will end up working in Toulouse…).
Back to Space in 2021 with Serco, I knew I wanted to spread the word about Space Economy sustainability in new business environments and challenges.
Over the pas two years at Serco, I launched this accelerator program called RedLab for startups with brilliant ideas to “boost and host” their solution into our platform.
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gianmariagiaconia/


Michał Kułaczkowski, Devopsbay: I was the Co-founder, CTO, and chief software engineer at startup ClusterOne, an independent Deep Learning infrastructure platform that, after reformatting from a startup, was monetized as commercial IP to a pharmaceutical company. My resume also includes working as an AI Engineer for Google and Head of Product at Paperspace, a solution currently being developed by Devopsbay a software house, with a highly specialized group of skilled engineers that share a passion for IT and are outcome-driven. I have experience working with companies like Blizzard, King, Datarobot, Algorithmia Spreadsheet
During the presentation, I will be addressing the issue of how a startup can work with a corporate client. Most important. I will share my insights on the dark and the light side of the cooperation.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michal-kulaczkowski/

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