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Babbage Lecture Series with Indro Mukerjee, CEO of Innovate UK

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In this Babbage Lecture we will be joined by Indro Mukerjee who took on the role of Chief Executive of Innovate UK last year at a time when innovation is being recognised as a key driver of the UK’s post-pandemic growth strategy. Critical to the delivery of the government’s innovation strategy, he has been tasked with transitioning Innovate UK from a grant funding body to an agency focused on driving economic growth.

Indro Mukerjee is an experienced CEO with board-level leadership experience in publicly listed, corporate multinational, new venture and private equity backed fast-moving technology and industrial companies.

Previously CEO of Watchstone Group plc – brought in by institutions to stabilise and reshape a high-profile company operating in insurance, telematics and healthcare software and services; Plastic Logic plc – restructured major venture capital-backed disruptive electronics company and created FlexEnable Ltd. spin out; C-MAC MicroTechnology Ltd. – private equity backed LBO from which he built and sold three successful high technology companies operating in aerospace/defence, automotive and communications markets.

Indro’s main corporate leadership experience was based in the Netherlands with Philips (now NXP ) Semiconductors BV, where he held several global board positions, including Executive Vice President – Global Marketing & Sales, Chief Marketing Officer and CEO of the Automotive and Contactless ID/Smart Card Businesses. Most of his time was spent in Asia and the US.

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