ExO Works has catapulted 9 global organizations through the ExO Sprint process, across 5 regions for 7 varying industries. Take a glimpse into their transformational journeys below:
As a leading American multinational consumer goods manufacturer, Procter & Gamble (P&G) is one of the top sellers of personal and household care products around the globe. To date, P&G is a public Fortune 100 company with US$70.7 billion in sales and 110,000 employees.
The ExO Sprint for the Large Format Design Printing Business of HP Inc. took place in Barcelona, Spain, over the course of 10 weeks. The Awake session was held September 7, 2017, and the final presentations were delivered December 14, 2017.
The Large Format Design Printing Business of HP is the indisputable leader in the Large Format (LF) industry, far ahead of our closest competitor. HP has been the leader in LF Design for more than 25 years! We service a broad universe of customers: technical design (architects, designers, construction, utilities, engineers); production (repro houses, copy shops, CRDs); indoor and outdoor graphics production; and graphic design and professional photo. HP is constantly innovating to reinvent itself and create new businesses such as 3D and Latex.
Our ExO Sprint took place in Granada, Spain, over the course of 10 weeks beginning in October 2017.
Grupo Cuerva has been active in the electricity sector for over 75 years and oversees the generation, distribution and sale of electric power. It is also involved in the establishment and maintenance of electricity installations.
In addition, the company features a disruptive innovation “Lab on the Edge” called Turning Tables. It was launched a couple of years ago with a vision of incubating next-generation businesses for the energy industry.
Grupo Cuerva employs approximately 80 people, and some 30 percent of the company—representing all areas of the organization—was involved in the ExO Sprint.
As an automotive equipment manufacturer with global distribution channels, Rassini is the largest producer fully integrated brake discs in the Americas and the largest producer of suspension components for light commercial vehicles in the world.
Stanley Black & Decker is the world’s largest tools and storage company, the second largest electronic security company and a leader in engineered fastening. Stanley Black & Decker is headquartered in the greater Hartford city of New Britain, Connecticut.
The company has annual revenues of more than US$12 billion and approximately 58,000 employees across the globe. Its brands are sold in more than 175 countries in all of the world’s major markets. Stanley Black & Decker draws a broad demographic of customers due to its large B2C and B2B product offering, and total revenues have grown an average of 20% over the last 10 years.
Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) has been the utility company of the Emirate of Dubai since 1992, managing electricity, water and district cooling needs. We currently employ 12,000 people across seven lines of business serving B2B and B2C customers (covering commercial, residential and industrial markets). With annual revenues of about US$6 billion and earnings of US$1.8 billion, we’re considered a role model in the Gulf Region. The United Arab Emirates, represented by DEWA, ranked first worldwide for ease of getting electricity, as per the World Bank’s 2018 Doing Business Report.
As a multinational organization providing independent assistance across medical, travel, home, roadside, employment and legal services, Ikê annually manages more than 4.4 million on behalf of insurance companies, tour operators, corporates, governments, non-profits, etc.
INTERprotección is a Mexican group of companies specializing in insurance brokerage, reinsurance and surety of the highest quality. As an insurance broker, INTERprotección negotiates the best possible terms and conditions with insurers, providing cost effective solutions to clients. With over 5,000 institutional clients in Latin America, the company has a global presence and is widely recognized.
Prior to running the ExO Sprint, INTERprotección was aware of industry disruption happening not only in insurance but also across other industries. As a result of that awareness, it chose to become a disrupter rather than allow itself to be disrupted. The company also realized that new technologies and business models would enable it to reach exponential growth beyond its current market by, for example, launching new B2C disruptive business models.
Coteminas (Springs Global S.A.) is a Brazil-based multinational corporation engaged in the manufacturing, marketing, and sale of packaged textile and non-textile home furnishings. It makes textile goods, such as sheets, pillows, bedspreads, towels and bath rugs, under the Springmaid and Wamsutta brands. Other well-known brands from Springs Global include Regal, Beaulieu, Bali, and Nanik.
Coteminas operates in Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, and the U.S., and has 30 manufacturing units in 13 states of the U.S. It distributes its products through wholesale channels across all of its markets, as well as in its own retail stores in Brazil.