OIF

Open Innovation Forum

Are you interested in Open Innovation?

Do you want to learn from the successful strategies of the key players?

The Open Innovation Forum aims to provide a wide perspective on the present and future of Open Innovation when applied to the emergence and consolidation of corporate and startups ecosystems.
The recent increase in popularity of open ecosystems to foster innovation in organizations is one of the most dramatic changes in the way that companies compete. This reality implies profound changes in the way we face markets, develop new products & services, and manage talent. How to face those challenges, today and tomorrow, is the key question that the Open Innovation Forum is planning to explore.

Business Leaders

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Miguel Arias

Miguel Arias

Global Entrepreneurship Director
Telefónica

Miguel Arias

Global Entrepreneurship Director

Telefónica

Miguel Arias, proud dad, entrepreneur, and angel investor, has over 15 years of experience in building technology-based startups with global reach. As Global Entrepreneurship Director at Telefonica, he leads the Company´s efforts to develop digital-technological talent and entrepreneurship. He is responsible for leading the new stage in Telefónica's open innovation strategy through Wayra Open Innovation Hubs in 10 countries and 50 Open Future_ partnerships around the globe. As the most global, connected and tech-driven open innovation hub, Wayra is committed to seeking out and developing technological solutions to complement internal R&D while creating an improved connection with key entrepreneurial ecosystems. Previously as COO at CARTO, he led the sales, financial, and operational efforts from its Madrid, NY, DC, London and Tartu offices, directing the company's growth and scaling-up. CARTO raised over $40M by lead investors like Accel Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures and others.

Paul Misener

Paul Misener

VP, Global Innovation Policy and Communications
Amazon

Paul Misener

Paul Misener

VP, Global Innovation Policy and Communications

Amazon

Paul Misener is Vice President for Global Innovation Policy and Communications. An Amazon veteran of 18 years, Paul is an engineer, attorney, and inventor named in three patents. Prior to his current role, in which he explains and advocates Amazon’s culture and methods of customer-obsessed innovation, Paul founded Amazon’s public policy operations and served as the company’s Vice President for Global Public Policy from February 2000 to May 2016. On behalf of Amazon and its customers, he has testified before the US Congress over 30 times, and many times before policymaking bodies around the world. In 2013, Paul chaired the technical subcommittee of the FAA’s advisory committee that recommended allowing airline passengers to use electronic devices during taxi, takeoff, and landing. Prior to joining Amazon, he was a partner in the law firm of Wiley, Rein & Fielding; for Intel Corporation he led the computer industry’s Internet Access Coalition; he was centrally involved in the development of digital televis

Erika Escolar Eguia

Erika Escolar Eguia

Co-founder & CEO
BioEnGas-Enagás

Erika Escolar Eguia

Erika Escolar Eguia

Co-founder & CEO

BioEnGas-Enagás

Erika, owns an Industrial Engineer degree from ICAI and accounts with an MBA from the ICADE Business School. After finishing her studies she has dedicated herself to the energy world, first in Repsol, then in Enagás, where she has worked in the areas of Business Development and Strategy and Market Analysis. She is currently the CEO of Bioengas, a start- up born within the intrapreneurship program powered by Enagás Emprende and which she has set up with her teammates David Beran and Sergio Rodríguez. Bioengas aims to develop and promote biogas and biomethane projects, participating in the entire value chain and implementing disruptive technologies.

Fernando Impuesto Nogueras

Fernando Impuesto Nogueras

General Manager
Enagas

Fernando Impuesto Nogueras

Fernando Impuesto Nogueras

General Manager

Enagas

Fernando was born in 1969 in Madrid, has a degree in Economics and Industrial Organization from the Madrid Autonomous University, obtained a Master in Business Administration in 1996 from ESADE-Wharton and completed the Esade-Wharton Advanced Management Program in 2010. With more than 15 years of experience in the Gas sector; he has been Commercial & Logistics Director at Enagás responsible for commercialization, marketing and logistics operations of infrastructures as well as technical services in the areas of LNG plants, gas transportation and underground storage, he is also coordinator of the “Core LNGas HIVE” Project. Fernando was recently appointed as General Director of Open Innovation and Corporate Entrepreneurship at Enagás, as a result of the incorporation of new competences for the future of Enagás through entrepreneurship and open innovation which focus on the development of natural gas markets (small scale, commercial transport models, etc.), as well as the study of new energies.

Joe Haslam

Joe Haslam

Executive Director, Owners Scaleup Program
IE University

Joe Haslam

Joe Haslam

Executive Director, Owners Scaleup Program

IE University

Professor Joe Haslam is the Executive Director of the Owners Scaleup Program at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain. This is a program specially designed for small and medium sized companies that want to scale. He is also the presenter of the High Impact Online Program "Scaleup! How to Successfully Manage Growth" and the Academic Director of the Global Scaleup Program, a joint course offered by IE with the American University of Beirut. In the International MBA, he teaches an award winning elective called "Scaling Up Your Startup". In 1998, Prof Haslam was on the founding Team of Marrakech, a Dublin based e-procurement company that raised over $75m in Venture Capital and scaled to over 250 people. He is the co-founder and Chairman of Hot Hotels, the first company from Spain to be accelerated by the Techstars program in the USA (Boston, Summer 2015). He was born in Ireland and has an MBA from IE Business School. He has lived in Madrid for the past 15 years.

Rob Brown

Rob Brown

Global CMO
BBVA

Rob Brown

Rob Brown

Global CMO

BBVA

Rob Brown is currently BBVA’s Global CMO responsible for Digital Sales and Marketing, Design, Behavioral Economics and Responsible Business. Rob was initially brought on board in September 2016 to lead the Global Design Team, a team of 240 highly skilled designers in 11 countries. He was then tasked with merging Marketing and Responsible Business (BBVA’s citizenship agenda) into Design to create a new combined team in November 2016. With the team in place and a significant growth plan, Rob now leads the design strategy of the Global BBVA brand across all platforms and business units, drawing on his 20 years of expertise in building internationally recognized teams. His team has received Foresters top spot two years running in their European Mobile Banking Benchmark with BBVA’s mobile app, receiving the highest ever overall score. Prior to BBVA, Rob was the Global Head of Design for Barclays where he established and developed its award-winning design team.

Inmaculada Puig Santos

Inmaculada Puig Santos

External psychology consultant
Barcelona FC

Inmaculada Puig Santos

Inmaculada Puig Santos

External psychology consultant

Barcelona FC

Psychologist of the F.C. Barcelona from the season 2003-2004 until 2018, acting on the section of football and basketball in all the levels of competition, with special dedication to the first teams and also in the development of the educational and personal project of the residents of the Masía. Tennis player at national competition level from 1968 to 1981. For 35 years she has been working as a psychologist for numerous national and foreign tennis players who take part in the professional circuit of the ATP and the WTA as well as the DAVIS Cup. She has also worked with athletes from other sports, all of them first figures in their activity such as skiing, golf and professional horseback riding. As a trained clinical psychologist, she works by applying the Balint group technique, from medicine, to sports environments, innovating the way of managing people and teams in the field of professional sport, with very positive results.

Agenda

1st October, 2019

Connect!

13:30 - 14:00

Registration

14:00 - 15:30

Networking Lunch

  • *With IN3. sponsored by Google and IBM
15:30 - 15:45

Welcome & Intro

  • María Benjumea

1) The strategies to implement Open Innovation

15:45 - 15:55

Keynote: "Business models and solutions to encourage innovation"

  • Smriti Vicari, VISA
15:55 - 16:10

Panel: "Corps building the future together with startups"

  • Javier Valencia, IBM
  • Lorenzo García Tamarit, The Logic Value
  • Josep Ráfols, ITNow
16:10 - 16:30

Panel: "Elephants dancing with Gazelles: Collaboration as an strategy"

  • Nicolás Gatica, Increasecard
  • Javier Perea, Smart Protection

Moderated by Miguel Arias, Telefónica

2) Living Open Innovation: what happens day to day

16:30 - 16:50

Fireside Chat: "Failure stories building organizations"

  • Interview with Paul Misener (Amazon) by Joe Haslam (IE)
16:50 - 17:10

Panel: "Creating and collaborating in global widespread teams"

  • Pablo Carlier, Google
  • Rob Brown, BBVA
17:10 - 17:20

Keynote: "The challenge of innovating with existing KPIs"

  • Yaniv Levi, Change Labs
17:20 - 17:35

The dynamics of collaboration / internal culture

  • Fernando Impuesto, General Manager at Enagás Emprende
  • Erika Escolar, Bioengas
17:35 - 17:55

Outside-in vs inside-out innovation

  • Gabriel Perdiguero, Iberia
  • Guillaume Laporte, Mindsay
  • Manuel Martínez, Ferrovial

3) Open Innovation Mindset: humans collaborating for innovation

17:55 - 18:05

Building your product with a community (of customers and developers)

  • Javier Iglesias, Salesforce
  • Federico Larsen, CEO & Founder Copado
18:05 - 18:20

Innovation for humanity: Collaboration to build the future

  • Patricia Pastor, Global Omnium HUB
  • Oscar Salas, The Collider
18:20 - 18:50

Fireside Chat: "La revolución emocional y la cultura organizacional"

  • Inma Puig
  • Carlos Morán, CEPSA

Interviewed by Sandra Barneda

18:50 - 19:00

"Conversations at the end of the day"

  • Marisol Menéndez
IE University
OIF
BBVA

With the collaboration of

IMB
Wayra
Endesa

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October 1st, 1 day before South Summit from 1:30pm - 7pm

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6 - 8 OCTOBER, 2020

La Nave (Calle Cifuentes 5),
Madrid, Spain