In his session at Bind 4.0, startup lawyer Xabier Alvarez gave several tips for retaining employees. They involve Employee Stock Option Plans (ESOP) and are [...]
Jokin Lopetegi, who leads new business at railway manufacturer CAF, has worked with three startups at Bind 4.0: Bihartech, Creativitic and Embeblue. He admires how fast startups can innovate by developing new services in a short period of time.
Guillermo Arregui is an entrepreneur, investor and currently the founder of Emprendiza, a venture capital firm specialized in Industry 4.0. Arregui offered his deep experience in the industry field mentoring Addimen, Hupi and Bigda Solutions in order to help these startups to match with large companies.
Eneko Knörr is a serial entrepreneur and successful business angel who has been mentoring CreativiTIC, Algo Engines and Decidata on Bind 4.0. He highlights that the fast evolution of these startups, specially in sales and growth hacking.
Eduardo Díez-Hochleitner is an experienced businessman who is currently mentoring startups and investing in some of them. He has worked with four Bind 4.0 startups: Embeblue, Zylk Industry, Innovae and Bihartech. For Díez, this program is one of the best programmes in Spain to foster the development of startups.
Mentor Barak Berkowitz, COO of MIT's Media Lab, gave recently a master class to all entrepreneurs at Bind 4.0. He focused on Artificial Intelligence, an industry which is exploding right now because of some recent technology breakthroughs and because there is already a success story, that of Amazon with its Alexa powered Echo, which built it with technology from Evi, a startup founded by Berkowitz. He even said he would found a virtual assistant company if he were to entreprendre at this moment.
Mentor Barak Berkowitz, COO of MIT Media Lab, recently gave a master class to all entrepreneurs at Bind 4.0. He focused on Artificial Intelligence, an industry [...]