Responsible for design, setting up and consolidation of Entrepreneurship and Business Development activity. Present activity focus includes the promotion of entrepreneurship at UC3M Campus, awareness and experience learning offer among university students, spinoff creation and technology based start-ups development and scaling up support services provision. Before joining the Science Park in 2002, I have worked as a consultant for both private and public sector in national and international entities. Relevant topics: Regional and National systems of innovation, international S&T cooperation, Technology Foresight and Technology Watch, and Innovation Policies.
Josemaria Siota is the Executive Director of IESE Business School’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, and has been designated Expert on Corporate Venturing at the European Commission and the World Economic Forum. He leads cutting-edge research on open innovation, corporate venturing and technology transfer, working around the world with successful Chief Innovation Officers and top-tier academics, to create a positive impact in society. Considered «one of the world’s most influential speakers on corporate venturing» by the newspaper South China Morning Post, he has published books and studies on these topics for Harvard Business Review, MIT Technology Review, PwC, Oliver Wyman, the European Commission, McGraw-Hill, Springer, Forbes, and more. He spoke at conferences in Harvard Business School, London Business School, Mobile World Congress, Web Summit, to name a few. Previously, he worked at Deloitte.
Adriana is a mix of geek, developer and technology business entrepreneur, controller and lawyer. Bachelor of Law and Business Administration with Master’s degrees in International Management and Tax and Business Law, done in different countries and universities, including Stanford. Accustomed to working in international contexts, she has been in the technology world for almost 15 years, 10 of them in mobility. Lover of quality teaching, she puts all her energy so that more people, especially women, discover the world of programming.