Milken Institute's 5th annual London Summit -Gary Stewart Director, Wayra UK + assoc Prof & EIR @ IE Business School http://t.co/p6Cm2EA1aU— BizDeansTalk (@BizDeansTalk) October 11, 2015
The World Bank says giving money to entrepreneurs might be the best jobs program http://t.co/QOLMp5uR8J October 3, 2015— BizDeansTalk (@BizDeansTalk) October 5, 2015
(www.biggareconomics.co.uk study): University of Edinburgh generates £2 billion every year for the Scottish economy, recent figures. £1 fundng generates £9.53. www.heart.co.uk/scotland/news/local/edinburgh-uni-generates-2b-a
A similar economic impact assessment of University College Dublin launched last May showed the university and its students generate an annual economic impact of €1.3 billion in Ireland, and support about 9,000 jobs.
A new report is trying to pour cold water on the idea that Silicon Valley is the place to find the best and most technology talent. Step forward … London.
The G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance (G20 YEA) is a global network of young entrepreneurs and the organisations that support them. It was established to convene each year in advance of the G-20 Summit, with the aim of championing the importance of young entrepreneurs to the G20 member nations and to share examples and practices. The Alliance was officially created at the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit, Toronto, Canada, 2010.
G20 YEA Summit is being held each year since 2010. First meeting was held in Canada. France, Mexico, Russia, Australia Summits followed first one. Innovation and technology, investment and access to capital, education and coordinated support, government regulation and taxation, trade and globalization, entrepreneurship, culture and equality are the main topics of the summit.
TUGIAD took over the Presidency on behalf of Turkey in Sydney on July 2014. “Entrepreneurial Culture” framework will be discussed in detail within the sub-headings in Turkey Summit, 2015.
September 16, QUARTZ
Beyond the gifts of nature, we are surrounded by creations that came from science. Yet, scientists are rarely the ones who make money from the advances that shape our world. While Silicon Valley creates billionaires before they turn 30, no Nobel Laureate has ever become a billionaire.
Steve Blank, often called one of the godfathers of Silicon Valley, wants to change that. After being approached by the biggest science-funding body in the US—the National Science Foundation (NSF)—he launched a program to train scientists to become entrepreneurs.
CEIBS (bschool Shanghai) Prof Zhao Xiande Wins Journal of Operations Management Best Paper Award, Aug21 http://t.co/Poy6yz2Y2Z— BizDeansTalk (@BizDeansTalk) August 24, 2015
August 6, 2015
The average mobile startup that’s a tech unicorn is now valued at US$9.3 billion, says a new report from Digi-Capital.
Looking at the pyramid (below), it seems that fast-growing startups from the US and China, like car-hailing apps Uber and Didi Kuaidi, have massively pushed up the average startup valuation...
The author is chairman of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Entrepreneurship is that rare thing: political catnip, box office, classroom hit and economic imperative. So it ought to be possible to answer the simplest question of all: does such education work? Nobody knows.
Entrepreneurship can be hard to quantify. Quantifying the entrepreneurial energy of a community is particularly challenging. While booming communities will claim that they have waves of creative talent with inspiring business ideas ready to lift off, others fret about the lack of such talent, both those that start businesses and those with technical ability to work at them. When these companies innovate and challenge incumbent businesses, a more dynamic economy emerges that allocates resources more efficiently. A dynamic economy, with a higher rate of new firm entry than the 8% we currently see, creates more jobs, infuses markets with competition, and benefits society through a higher standard of living.
One group that has been shown to possess such entrepreneurial energy is immigrants. Throughout American business history, immigrant entrepreneurs have started businesses that have grown to become giants in their field and proven to be a competitive advantage in global competition.
The latest figures from the Kauffman Index: Startup Activity confirm that immigrants continue to be among the most entrepreneurially inclined individuals
Must read. Steve Blank is at it again. Always valuable. https://t.co/RiIc6gxeI8— Mark Suster (@msuster) June 26, 2015
Alberto Benbunan´s blog in English, May 15, 2015: Prophecies about Technology and Advertising
A couple of days ago I was lucky to participate in the Tech Marketing Show, sitting in a group of 5 spanish prophets together with Aquilino Peña, Rodolfo Carpintier, Cristina del Rey and Monica Deza...
Foster and his collaborators gathered data on more than 158,000 startups worldwide, tracking each company for five years. What they found is that ...
Spearheading Japan's renewables revolution: http://t.co/wNkTP67PrL— LondonBusinessSchool (@LBS) June 16, 2015
"We want to help shape the future of the energy industry in Japan, to change the world through renewable energy."http://t.co/loQ2wTBUie— LondonBusinessSchool (@LBS) June 16, 2015
Japan's renewable energy sector has grown hugely in recent years - and alumnus Ken Isono is leading the field: http://t.co/4jVKqNxFbl— LondonBusinessSchool (@LBS) June 15, 2015
The business has come a long way in just four years. Isono was on the shortlist for both the 2014 EY Entrepreneur of the Year in Japan and EY job creation award, and runs one of the fastest growing companies in his sector.
By 2017 he plans on having developed 1,000 MW of renewable energy power plants. The firm is expanding as well, both into new energy sources, such as wind, hydro energy and biomass, and internationally.
Our offices are located in central London, with easy access to both the local start-up scene and some of Europe’s most vibrant financial players in the City.
Launch day is here! http://t.co/aZmdUTGPAx— Tina Seelig (@tseelig) May 26, 2015
Here is the correct link to a sample chapter from INSIGHT OUT, which will be released tomorrow! http://t.co/wE2w8tnLPv— Tina Seelig (@tseelig) May 25, 2015
Financial system that is more diverse, will be a financial system that is more stable.See my remarks today@LendItConf http://t.co/hT10VD76Oi— Lawrence H. Summers (@LHSummers) April 16, 2015
Director of the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business
Innovation, Knowledge Management, Management Learning, Non-linear dynamic (complex) behaviour in management, Pedagogical approaches, Workplace Learning, Personal Development
www.mckinsey.com/insights/social_sector/Women_in_the_Muslim_world_taking_the_fast_track_to_change March 2015 | by Saadia Zahidi
Chapter 1 by Wm. Blake Winchell, an adjunct professor at IE Business School
Biotechnology Venture Capital Investments is an authoritative, insiders perspective on the ins and outs of biotechnology venture capital and the unique factors surrounding venture capital in this ever-evolving industry. Featuring managing directors and partners representing some of the nations top VC firms, this book provides tactical advice for venture capitalists and entrepreneurs on structuring investments and negotiating deal terms. These industry experts offer proven strategies for establishing valuations, putting together a management team, evaluating risk, and overcoming many of the challenges involved specifically within the biotech industry. From examining term sheets to working with founders, these experts articulate methods for approaching deals strategically and funding appropriately based on key milestones. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great minds powering the biotech venture world, as experts offer up their thoughts around the keys to success within this fascinating industry where science, investing, and deal-making intersect...
Chapters Include: 1. Wm. Blake Winchell, Managing General Partner, Fremont Ventures - "Building Businesses With Venture Capital" 2. ...
Wm. Blake Winchell is a member of the World President’s Organization (www.wpo.org) and is an adjunct professor at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain, one Europe's leading business schools, where he teaches highly rated courses on Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Acquisition (Search Funds). He is also on the IE Business School International Advisory Board.
Blake received his M.B.A. from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and he is a Certified Public Accountant. He earned his B.A. from Dartmouth College with high honors in English and Economics; he was a Rufus Choate Scholar and received the Henley Economics Award.
All VC101 episodes chronologically mashed up into a full length movie. Follow the antics of Dick Hubris et al http://t.co/epfUlSOwXW— W. Blake Winchell (@blakewinchell) 7 Septembre 2013