Antonio Colino Martínez, President of the Spanish Royal Academy of Engineering
Expertise Area: Engineering
PhD in Civil Engineering (UPM), Nuclear Electrical Engineer (USA), Diploma in General Business Management (EOI), in Energy Technology (UPM) and Master in National Defense (CESEDEN and URJ).
He is currently President of the Royal Academy of Engineering and directs the Spanish Dictionary of Engineering. He has held different management positions in the ENDESA Group and ENRESA. Member of the Board of CIEMAT and of the Nuclear Safety Council, of which he was Vice-President. Chairman of the Technical Committee 191 of AENOR for scientific terminology, Chairman of the Association of Graduates in Higher Studies of the National Defense (ADALEDE), Chairman of the Nuclear Fission Energy Technological Platform (CEIDEN).
He has been awarded the Medal of Honor of the College of Civil Engineers, the Gold Medal of the Spanish Nuclear Society, the Silver Cross of the Civil Guard and the Encomienda de Número de la Orden de Isabel la Católica.
André Cabral, CEO, Phillips Health, Portugal
MedTech Business Strategy
CEO at Phillips Health Portugal, formerly Director of Marketing and Communication for Philips in Iberia drives the digital transformation of the company and is responsible for all marketing and communication activities for the Philips organization in Iberia.
Joined Philips in 2007, Cabral has a solid track record of more than 15 years in Sales and Marketing.
Results oriented, change management culture, leadership and empowerment, creating highly motivated teams and experience in organizational transformation. During the last years focused on digital transformation and agile organizations. Solid experience in Sales & Marketing with strong background in customer relationship.
Mario Chao, CEO NTT Data Mexico
Consulting; Business Development; Digital Transformation; e-Health
Senior executive dedicated to corporate development. Strong experience in business creation and management; as well as in the development of growth strategies for established companies and startups. Proven experience in multinational business environments and leadership of multifunctional and multicultural teams. Latin American by birth, vocation and dedication. Active in the world of M&A, innovation and entrepreneurship.
He has been responsible for the global health sector at everis and CEO (author and founder) of ehCOS (eHealth platform owned by everis). More than 20 years of professional experience in consulting, leading projects in various sectors (Banking, Telecom, Government, Industry and Health). During his professional career he has held different management roles in Cuba (native country), Chile, Spain, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, USA and Mexico.
He was in charge of the implementation of Everis’ M&A program, focusing on non-organic growth in geographic areas with high growth potential (Brazil, Mexico and BENELUX).
In October 2019 he becomes CEO of everis Mexico, now NTT Data, in charge of an operation of more than 1,500 consultants, leading the group’s strategy in this country. Member of the Board of Directors of the Mexican IT Association (AMITI) and mentor of its Health Group. Author and speaker on digital transformation and eHealth. Regular contributor to the Forbes network, with a monthly column focused on Technology and Business.
María Vila, President Medtronic Spain and Portugal / Chairman of the Board (Spain)
Financials in HealthTech
President of Medtronic, responsible for Medtronic Spain and Portugal, and member of the Medtronic EMEA leadership team, since 2017.
IESE Senior Management PADE Program, 2020. Degree in Economics from the Autonomous University of Madrid, and Master in Auditing from the University of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid). Certified Public Accountant in Spain.
President of the Spanish Federation of Healthcare Technology Companies (FENIN), member of the Spanish Business Association, the APD and the US Chamber of Commerce in Spain.
She started her career in Medtronic in 2003, first as CFO for Southern Europe and later leading the Integration of Medtronic and Covidien in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), which has been considered the largest in the world history in the field of Medical Technology. Previously worked 9 years in Corporate Finance at PwC and in Audit at KPMG.
Clara Pombo, Corporate Director ClarkeModet
Industrial protection and innovation strategy
Senior executive with a passion for technology, innovation and corporate governance.
Volunteering and causes: MIT Enterprise Forum Spain: committed to fostering disruptive innovation and helping to internationalize innovative ideas and projects. Supports the development of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Spanish chapter of the MIT Global Forum, based in Cambridge, which aims to connect entrepreneurs with their community of investors and corporations and have a real impact in Spain, one technology entrepreneur at a time. The main ambition is to take our most talented tech entrepreneurs to NASDAQ or similar high-growth exits. Launched the MIT Investor Forum in 2011 with the goal of promoting early stage investment in Spanish tech companies.
Independent director of Women in Tech
Javier Baigorri, Managing Partner Oliver Wyman
Javier is the managing partner of Oliver Wyman’s cross-sector capabilities, with responsibility for the Digital, Operations, Organizational Effectiveness, Pricing, Sales & Marketing, and Corporate Finance & Advisory practices.
Between 2012 and 2016, he was Managing Partner of International Regions (South America, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific), and between 2007 and 2012, Managing Partner of the Communications, Media & Technology practice. Throughout his career, Javier has advised some of the world’s leading companies in Europe, the United States, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East. He has advised senior executives on corporate strategy and organization, sales and marketing, M&A activities, and government leaders on the adoption of new technologies and the development of the information society.
Javier joined Oliver Wyman in 2006, through the acquisition of DiamondCluster’s telecommunications strategy practice, which he led for five years. Prior to that, he was a senior partner at Cluster, and worked for MAC Group and Hewlett-Packard.
An industrial engineer, Javier holds an MBA from IESE and the Rotterdam School of Management. He speaks Spanish, English and Portuguese.
Jesús Hernández, Director of Accessibility and Innovation ONCE Foundation
PhD in Engineering. More than 30 years working in innovation and accessibility leading various teams, from 2000 to 2003 as General Manager and CEO of the consulting firm Vía Libre and from 2003 to the present as Director of Accessibility and Innovation of the ONCE Foundation.
His training includes IESE (PDG and PADIIT), Stanford University (Professional Certificate on Innovation and Entrepreneurship) London School of Economics (Social Innovation). He is an expert in business management and innovation, Professional Coach, Professor and Speaker.
He is currently Vice President of the European Network of Accessible Tourism ENAT, President of the Technical Committee for Standardization 170 Universal Accessibility and Design for All, Trustee of three foundations and member of the Board of Directors of Ilunion Hotels.
He has participated as director or member of the jury in more than 10 doctoral theses and in more than 80 publications and articles. He has lectured in more than 30 countries.
Juan Redondo Canovas del Castillo, Senior Manager at Bain & Company
Private Equity, business strategy and digital areas
Expertise in private equity, strategy and digital areas in all sectors, with a focus on financial services and telecommunications.
Specialization in finance. Member of the Private Equity and Investment Management Club.
Exchange courses at Harvard Business School (Private Equity Finance) and Harvard Kennedy School (Geopolitics of Energy).
Strategic Business Analyst for ICEX in Saudi Arabia.
Co-founder of two companies in Saudi Arabia in the area of renewable energies.
David Yagüe Lore, Partner PWC
Financial and tax law
Degree in Economics from the Complutense University of Madrid.
Master in Tax Consultancy at the Instituto de Empresa (MAF 1998).
Partner of PwC, 21 years in the company. Specialist in financial and tax law. Currently I am responsible for the High Potential group of companies, an area founded 7 years ago in PwC and whose main objective is to generate opportunities with companies with high growth potential.
Partner in the Corporate Tax Department, advising numerous national and multinational groups. I am also a specialist in taxation of large estates and family businesses.
Professor at the Instituto de Empresa in the subject of tax planning for wealth (Master IE-PwC).
Professor at the International University of La Rioja (UNIR) in the Master of International Taxation and Master of Tax Consultancy.
Natalia Latorre, President Shell España
Engineering, Leadership, Business growth
Executive with national and European experience in P&L operations and oversight. Results-oriented and decisive leader with proven success in changing contexts, being creative and innovative based on market knowledge, relationship with business counterparts and government/regulatory stakeholders. Track record of increasing sales and bottom line growth through a very strong commercial mindset, while focusing on operational excellence to reduce costs. Able to drive bottom line improvement while achieving growth. Always ensure that clear objectives and expectations are met and maintained. Deliver on credible, competitive and affordable plans that deliver business value by empowering and holding others accountable and investing passionately in people.
Nítida Pastor, Medical Affairs Strategy Director Europe, Reckitt UK
Internationalization, Strategy, Consumer Market, Healthcare
28 years of experience in Strategy, Business Development, General Management, Marketing, Sales and Medicine in multinationals such as Mead Johnson or Abbott. Advisor and mentor in start-up companies. Expert in Wellness and Medicinal Plants.
National and international responsibility in consumer goods, cosmetics, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals and nutrition industries.
Currently leading the transformation of a consumer company into a health company in 17 countries.
She has successfully worked with key hospitals (GOS, Harvard Medical School, Necker, Turku), distributors, key scientific centers, health agencies and universities, creating and launching new businesses, global campaigns and successful medical strategies.
Her entrepreneurial spirit and experience have been complemented by mentoring 60 start-ups at prestigious business schools and organizations, including Imperial College and IE Business School.