Posts Tagged immigration
Step Change for Innovation in Scotland: How to Massively Increase the Supply of Venture Capital in Scotland
Posted by academicentrepreneur in Academic Entrepreneur, Academic Venture Capitalists, Edinburgh, Immigrants, Immigration Policy, Incubators and Accelerators, Innovation Economy for an Independent Scotland, Innovation in Banking, Innovation Policy, Scotland as a Spinout, Venture Capital, Venture Capital Policy on September 4, 2014
This talk was given recently by the Academic Entrepreneur at the Business School of the University of Edinburgh. See: http://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/about/events/53f3162126382c041f22296d/step-change-for-innovation-in- Slides can be found here: http://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/eclub/news-and-events/?a=68277 A video will be posted on YouTube and linked here as well, and photos published within the month.
Why is Miami the Most Entrepreneurial Zone in the United States of America?
Posted by academicentrepreneur in Entrepreneurship Education Pedagogies, Hotels, Immigrants, Immigration Policy, Incubators and Accelerators, Innovation Policy, Miami, University-Incubator interaction on April 2, 2014
“We are 50 million strong and growing. We are risk-takers. … We are the future.” -Mike Fernandez, Cuban immigrant and billionaire serial entrepreneur from Miami, Florida The Academic Entrepreneur loves Miami. He loves Miami not just because of South Beach and its buzzy nightlife and creative culture, its beautiful women, its sandy white […]