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Eman Martin-


Bosch UK

Director of External Affairs, Governmental and Political Relations

About me:

Eman Martin Vignerte is the Director of External Affairs, Governmental and Political Relations at Bosch UK. She holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical and Medical Engineering from the University of Paderborn and the University of Ulm, in Germany. She was responsible for business development at Telehealth in the UK and Ireland. She has more than 6 years of experience in Software and Hardware engineering in the Automotive industry. In 2004, she moved to Korea for a year to be the project manager responsible for Electronic Pump, a Hyundai customer. She was also involved in developing the ceramic Medtronic control units for vehicle engines at Bosch GmbH. She is Vice Chair at CBI Thames Valley and a board member at the Local Enterprise Partnership Buckinghamshire, Success Essex Partnership and Buckingham Business First (BFF). She also sits on the advisory board for UK5G and is a member at OCAVIA; the Oxford- Cambridge ARC Virtual Institute for Aviation. She is an advisor for WE Transform, Workforce Europe transformation agenda for transport automation, EU commission.


Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 9:10:00 AM UTC

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B2B Showcase - Big Fish, Little Fish

Old Library


David Jones | Head of Fintech UK & Ireland, Mastercard

Nathan Brown | Principal Policy Adviser, CBI

Juliet Eccleston | CEO & Founder, AnyGood?

Greg Gormley | Founder, SKOOT

Tom West | Founder, RentMy

Emma McConalogue | Founder, Kesero

Lars Ronning | Founder & CEO, Ailuna

Christian Tooley | Senior Manager, BAIN

Eman Martin-Vignerte | Director of External Affairs, Governmental and Political Relations, Bosch UK

Adrian Criddle | Sales and Marketing Group and General manager of the EMEA Marketing, Intel

This session provides the opportunity for sharing economy startups to showcase their B2B propositions to innovative, large organisations that are looking for new ways to solve business challenges. Utilising the research from their 'Big Fish Little Fish' programme, the CBI will facilitate the session and manage the risks and opportunities as they arise in a live debate. Audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions of all presenters and take learnings into their own businesses.

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