In this episode we talk about the corp-up approach in the insurance sector, an interview with Stefano Bison, Group Head of Business Development & Partnerships at Generali and Board Member of HITS and Oliver Werneyer, CEO and Co-founder of Imburse.
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In this podcast you find out:
👉 How Stefano's passion for the start-ups outside of work serves him well in his role
👉 Oliver's entrepreneurship roots from the age of 16 when he started buying and selling computer games and his passion for his current venture
👉 Generali's overall approach to partnerships, especially with start-ups
👉 How close the connection between Generali's current business and the start up's focus they require to engage and why
👉 How do both a corporate and a start-up measure success in a corp-up setting
👉 How Imburse pivoted to their current B2B instant payment business, a capability that Generali needed
👉 Why Imburse picked Generali Innovation Garage (now HITS) as a partner
👉 Innovation trends in the insurance sector and the acceleration of digital transformation by COVID-19
👉 Next steps for both Generali and IMBurse this year
Honestly, the most innovative propositions and capabilities are found in startups and not big companies. - Stefano Bison
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We are looking for corporates to build a product that works, we want to build a technology people are willing to buy and pay for it. - Oliver Werneyer.
HITS was born specifically to boost our CorpUp efforts and increasing the intensity of relationships with startups. - Stefano Bison