Digital Innovation and the opportunities up ahead

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Digital Innovation and the opportunities up ahead

11 December 2017 - Luxembourg

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Digital innovation and the opportunities up ahead

Speakers

Janek Rozov

Chief Digital Officer CDO (Government Deputy CIO) and head of the Department of Information Society Services Development

Janek Rozov is a Chief Digital Officer CDO (Government Deputy CIO) and head of the Department of Information Society Services Development with specific cross-institutional tasks within the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications. Department was established in 01.11.2011. The main objective is to assist public sector organizations in their service quality measurement, improvement and cost calculation. Department leading the standardisation of the delivery of public services and ensuring the development of customer centric physical and virtual environments based on available IT solutions. Department issued different frameworks and models in field of e-service delivery.


Before 01.11.2011 Janek Rozov had been working in Estonian Tax and Customs Board. Main work achievements was related with The quality system development and implementation in the Tax and Custom Board and with interoperable projects between state authorities in field of better service provision in the taxation area.


In November 2013, the Government approved the Digital Agenda 2020 for Estonia, which will be used to establish a well-working state information and communication technology environment. The Digital Agenda 2020 has 4 sub- objectives. (ICT infrastructure; Skills and knowledge; Smarter Governance; Awareness of e-Estonia) Information Society Services Development department mainly responsible for the "smarter Governance" sub- objective. Department is responsible for measure „ Development better services according customers and institution pint of view“.


Mike Sigal is a Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator. With over 200 investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Grab, RealtyShares, Simple (acquired by BBVA) and Stripe, 500 Startups is the world’s most active early-stage venture fund addressing the digital transformation of financial services. Mike also serves as a Partner of Upside Partners, a Silicon Valley-based consultancy that helps corporations and institutions develop operational excellence in innovation through the application of startup and venture investor best practices.

Over the past 8 years, Mike’s been aligned with the accelerating innovation in the global financial services industry. As Founding Executive Producer of SWIFT’s Innotribe Startup Challenge and Industry Challenge programs, Mike built the world’s largest FinTech startup competition that has resulted in an estimated $700M in investments, acquisitions and partnerships between participating startups, SWIFT’s member institutions and FinTech investors globally. He current serves as Senior Advisor to SWIFT Innotribe, Silicon Valley Ambassador for InnovateFinance, and an non-executive director of Direct Finance Institute, a think-tank focused on diversity, inclusion

Mike’s spent 25 years working in the global startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur & innovation advisor, including as founder of 6 companies (3 exits, 1 IPO) and advisor to dozens of institutions on startup-led innovation strategies. He’s an active startup mentor and frequent speaker at startup and FinTech conferences.

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Gilles Feith

Luxembourg’s Government Chief Information Officer and Director of the Government IT center

Gilles Feith is Luxembourg’s Government Chief Information Officer and Director of the Government IT center, which provides centralized IT services for public administrations.

The Government IT center’s total annual budget, including personnel costs, exceeds 100 million euros and it has a full-time staff of more than 300 agents.

Before being nominated to his current position in March 2014, Gilles Feith first joined the Government IT center as deputy Director.
Prior to this, he held a number of management positions in the Luxembourg Ministry for Public Services, at “Post Telecom” (Luxembourg’s public telecom operator), and global accounting firms.

Gilles Feith graduated in commercial and financial sciences with a specialization in chartered accounting and has extensive experience working in ICT and Government related environments in both the operational and regulatory domains.

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Mike Sigal is a Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator. With over 200 investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Grab, RealtyShares, Simple (acquired by BBVA) and Stripe, 500 Startups is the world’s most active early-stage venture fund addressing the digital transformation of financial services. Mike also serves as a Partner of Upside Partners, a Silicon Valley-based consultancy that helps corporations and institutions develop operational excellence in innovation through the application of startup and venture investor best practices.

Over the past 8 years, Mike’s been aligned with the accelerating innovation in the global financial services industry. As Founding Executive Producer of SWIFT’s Innotribe Startup Challenge and Industry Challenge programs, Mike built the world’s largest FinTech startup competition that has resulted in an estimated $700M in investments, acquisitions and partnerships between participating startups, SWIFT’s member institutions and FinTech investors globally. He current serves as Senior Advisor to SWIFT Innotribe, Silicon Valley Ambassador for InnovateFinance, and an non-executive director of Direct Finance Institute, a think-tank focused on diversity, inclusion

Mike’s spent 25 years working in the global startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur & innovation advisor, including as founder of 6 companies (3 exits, 1 IPO) and advisor to dozens of institutions on startup-led innovation strategies. He’s an active startup mentor and frequent speaker at startup and FinTech conferences.

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Mike Sigal

Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator

Mike Sigal is a Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator. With over 200 investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Grab, RealtyShares, Simple (acquired by BBVA) and Stripe, 500 Startups is the world’s most active early-stage venture fund addressing the digital transformation of financial services. Mike also serves as a Partner of Upside Partners, a Silicon Valley-based consultancy that helps corporations and institutions develop operational excellence in innovation through the application of startup and venture investor best practices.

Over the past 8 years, Mike’s been aligned with the accelerating innovation in the global financial services industry. As Founding Executive Producer of SWIFT’s Innotribe Startup Challenge and Industry Challenge programs, Mike built the world’s largest FinTech startup competition that has resulted in an estimated $700M in investments, acquisitions and partnerships between participating startups, SWIFT’s member institutions and FinTech investors globally. He current serves as Senior Advisor to SWIFT Innotribe, Silicon Valley Ambassador for InnovateFinance, and an non-executive director of Direct Finance Institute, a think-tank focused on diversity, inclusion

Mike’s spent 25 years working in the global startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur & innovation advisor, including as founder of 6 companies (3 exits, 1 IPO) and advisor to dozens of institutions on startup-led innovation strategies. He’s an active startup mentor and frequent speaker at startup and FinTech conferences.

Mike Sigal is a Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator. With over 200 investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Grab, RealtyShares, Simple (acquired by BBVA) and Stripe, 500 Startups is the world’s most active early-stage venture fund addressing the digital transformation of financial services. Mike also serves as a Partner of Upside Partners, a Silicon Valley-based consultancy that helps corporations and institutions develop operational excellence in innovation through the application of startup and venture investor best practices.

Over the past 8 years, Mike’s been aligned with the accelerating innovation in the global financial services industry. As Founding Executive Producer of SWIFT’s Innotribe Startup Challenge and Industry Challenge programs, Mike built the world’s largest FinTech startup competition that has resulted in an estimated $700M in investments, acquisitions and partnerships between participating startups, SWIFT’s member institutions and FinTech investors globally. He current serves as Senior Advisor to SWIFT Innotribe, Silicon Valley Ambassador for InnovateFinance, and an non-executive director of Direct Finance Institute, a think-tank focused on diversity, inclusion

Mike’s spent 25 years working in the global startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur & innovation advisor, including as founder of 6 companies (3 exits, 1 IPO) and advisor to dozens of institutions on startup-led innovation strategies. He’s an active startup mentor and frequent speaker at startup and FinTech conferences.

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Alison Mitchell

Executive Director at Sensor City

Alison Mitchell is Executive Director at Sensor City, a collaborative venture between Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool, which is driving sensor technology and development across the UK.

Alison has helped to establish Sensor City as a national asset for emerging technologies, placing Liverpool and the UK at the forefront of world innovation in the sector. She also supports the establishment of hi-tech sensor businesses and start-ups, enabling graduate entrepreneurs from across the region to access leading experts and world-class research from the field of sensor technologies.

She joined Sensor City from BT Business, where she was Chief Information Officer, a position in which she helped transform the telecom giant’s products and services and technical delivery.

Her career spans 30 years in senior marketing, product development and business leadership roles across a range of start-ups to large companies. Alison has two Masters degrees including an MBA from Cranfield University.


Mike Sigal is a Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator. With over 200 investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Grab, RealtyShares, Simple (acquired by BBVA) and Stripe, 500 Startups is the world’s most active early-stage venture fund addressing the digital transformation of financial services. Mike also serves as a Partner of Upside Partners, a Silicon Valley-based consultancy that helps corporations and institutions develop operational excellence in innovation through the application of startup and venture investor best practices.

Over the past 8 years, Mike’s been aligned with the accelerating innovation in the global financial services industry. As Founding Executive Producer of SWIFT’s Innotribe Startup Challenge and Industry Challenge programs, Mike built the world’s largest FinTech startup competition that has resulted in an estimated $700M in investments, acquisitions and partnerships between participating startups, SWIFT’s member institutions and FinTech investors globally. He current serves as Senior Advisor to SWIFT Innotribe, Silicon Valley Ambassador for InnovateFinance, and an non-executive director of Direct Finance Institute, a think-tank focused on diversity, inclusion

Mike’s spent 25 years working in the global startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur & innovation advisor, including as founder of 6 companies (3 exits, 1 IPO) and advisor to dozens of institutions on startup-led innovation strategies. He’s an active startup mentor and frequent speaker at startup and FinTech conferences.

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Pascal Martino

Partner - Deloitte Digital Leader at Deloitte Luxembourg

Pascal is a partner within the consulting department and has 15 years of experience. Pascal is leading Deloitte Digital for Luxembourg as well as the Banking Practice for Consulting. His areas of expertise cover the definition of business and digital strategies, the design of target operating models (Process, organisation and technical), the optimisation of processes, the feasibility studies and implementation of Business Process Outsourcing and the feasibility studies of Core Banking replacement.

 

Mike Sigal is a Partner at 500 Startups' Fintech Fund and San Francisco-based Fintech accelerator. With over 200 investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Grab, RealtyShares, Simple (acquired by BBVA) and Stripe, 500 Startups is the world’s most active early-stage venture fund addressing the digital transformation of financial services. Mike also serves as a Partner of Upside Partners, a Silicon Valley-based consultancy that helps corporations and institutions develop operational excellence in innovation through the application of startup and venture investor best practices.

Over the past 8 years, Mike’s been aligned with the accelerating innovation in the global financial services industry. As Founding Executive Producer of SWIFT’s Innotribe Startup Challenge and Industry Challenge programs, Mike built the world’s largest FinTech startup competition that has resulted in an estimated $700M in investments, acquisitions and partnerships between participating startups, SWIFT’s member institutions and FinTech investors globally. He current serves as Senior Advisor to SWIFT Innotribe, Silicon Valley Ambassador for InnovateFinance, and an non-executive director of Direct Finance Institute, a think-tank focused on diversity, inclusion

Mike’s spent 25 years working in the global startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur & innovation advisor, including as founder of 6 companies (3 exits, 1 IPO) and advisor to dozens of institutions on startup-led innovation strategies. He’s an active startup mentor and frequent speaker at startup and FinTech conferences.

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