CEO at CO:CUBED
Oz Alashe, CEO of CybSafe, and Joe Giddens, Head of Content at CybSafe, talk to CO:CUBED CEO Jeremy Basset. Jeremy discusses innovation and how recent events have presented new opportunities and challenges for start-ups and corporations alike.
- Jeremy’s personal background, and how he found himself in the innovation field.
- Innovation in large corporations.
- The challenges large corporations face.
- How COVID-19 has affected start-ups.
- The benefits and drawbacks associated with increased tech uptake.
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Jeremy has built his career by helping large corporates define and build their future organisation. Through CO:CUBED, he helps some of the world’s largest businesses rethink their organisational approach to innovation and helps them build and execute their collaborative innovation capabilities.
Prior to launching CO:CUBED, Jeremy spent 13 years at Unilever. Jeremy was responsible for launching and then leading the Unilever Foundry, Unilever’s platform to engage with startups and innovative companies that can help Unilever pioneer the future. Through the Foundry, over 1500 of Unilever marketers have worked with over 150 startups, bringing innovative technology and an entrepreneurial culture to Unilever.
Jeremy’s career has taken him from Australia to New Zealand and Singapore, and he now resides in the UK. Jeremy has a marketing and commercial background, with a degree in Accounting & Marketing. He’s CPA qualified and has an MBA from London Business School.