Rick Rasmussen, BSc, MBA, MBA; UC Berkeley, USA
Blickpunkt Wirtschaft 018 - Internationale Vorlesung
|Montag, 30. Oktober 2017|
|18:30 - 19:30 Uhr|
|Cafeteria der Bibliothek der FH Vorarlberg|
Anmeldung unter: veranstaltungen.fhv.at
The Silicon Valley Mindset is not local to California. It is a creation of entrepreneurial cultures from around the world. When entrepreneurs have not been able to realize dreams within their own local residence due to lack of opportunity, small market size, local customs, lack of capital or other reasons - they’ve emigrated to Silicon Valley.
This talk discusses the history of Silicon Valley, how it started and how it became the Mecca for entrepreneurship that it is today. It also takes a look at what it means to become a center for entrepreneurship in regions outside the US. Finally, Rick Rasmussen will offer recommendations on how to shape the political, educational and cultural issues that could potentially expand opportunities for regional economic development.
Rick Rasmussen is an Industry Fellow and Member of Faculty at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the Director of Startup Programs for the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology where he is responsible for creation of new programs centering on Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation Mr. Rasmussen is a Silicon Valley native that has been part of five IPOs, three billion dollar exits, assisted over a dozen accelerators and mentored over 1000 companies. He is active member of the Sand Hill Angels investment group. Mr. Rasmussen has an EECS degree from UC Berkeley as well as a dual MBA degree from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business and Columbia's Graduate School of Business in New York City.
Fachdiskussion: Dr. Magdalena Meusburger; FH Vorarlberg
Diese Vorlesung wird Kooperation mit der startupstube der FH Vorarlberg veranstaltet und unterstützt durch das AplusBScale-up Programm des bmvit, abgewickelt durch die aws.
Der nächste Vortrag findet am 30. November 2017 statt
Innovating Innovation: Beyond the dominant paradigm, the "soul paradigm"
Prof. Dr. Carlos Rosa; Universidade Europeia, Portugal