April 2019 newsletter, which includes information about a new USEC networking event in Washington DC, an exclusive interview with Susan Creamer, CEO of HolaTech, as well as information on events and recent news related to our community.
HolaTECH© is a provocative technology start-up based in Madrid, Spain to combat counterfeiting in all its guises. They have developed a broad suite of software solutions to help protect brands, and more importantly, prevent consumers from being duped into purchasing anything that is not genuine. They achieve this through their own QR ID code system using secure technology incorporating Distributed Ledger Technology (underpinned by blockchain). Their engineering team is in Talevera de la Reina, Toledo, one hour outside of Madrid, Spain.
USEC had a unique opportunity to hold an exclusive interview with HolaTECH’s CEO, Susan Creamer, who is visiting the US regularly to meet investors and customers. She is a member of USEC and will be on her way back to the USA in early May 2019 for further discussions for seed funding with Investors out of Chicago and D.C trying to raise around 3 Million USD. She can be contacted at email@example.com. Read the full interview.
The Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support, Ana de la Cueva, met today at the Residence of the Ambassador of Spain, with the Ambassador, Santiago Cabanas, representatives of the main Spanish companies, and members of the Embassy. The US Spain Executives Community had the honor of participating through its President, Gonzalo García. The Secretary of State had the opportunity to learn first-hand about the opportunities and difficulties identified by Spanish companies operating in the US.
March 2019 newsletter, which includes an interview with the founders of Moonshot (an innovation ecosystems management platform), a blog article on US benefits by Kira Rubiano from Auxadi, as well as information on events, funding opportunities and recent news related to our community.
Moonshot Innovation is a Spanish startup that has created moonshot.ceo, the first platform for the CIO and the C-Level to manage Innovation Ecosystems as proprietary environments. The Co-founders are Carlos Marquerie (on the left in the picture), with an extensive experience in consultancy and innovation processes, and David Suriol (on the right), a serial entrepreneur. Carlos and David met in Boston in 2015, while they were studying at Harvard Extension School. They started Moonshot at the end of 2017 and now they are launching the first ecosystems through the platform. Moonshot is planning to land in United States before the summer. InnoSky had a unique opportunity to interview Carlos and David to learn about Moonshot and innovation ecosystems management. Read the full interview.