Tag Archives: Silicon Valley

Stanford alumni create nearly $3 trillion in economic impact

Study shows Stanford alumni create nearly $3 trillion in economic impact each year.  Wow, incredible. BYU should do a study like this because as of October 2012 BYU’s Rollin’s Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology was ranked #3 in the nation … Continue reading

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Young entrepreneurs can find good help without leaving campus.

“Young entrepreneurs can find good help without leaving campus.”  Quote from New York Times article “Got the Next Great Idea?” explains how some universities are increasingly providing entrepreneurial value to match what they might find if the same students headed … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurs are great at creating serendipity

Forbes article by Samantha Smith “University Summer Startup Accelerators Come To A Close” summarizes how several universities accelerating innovation and success by supporting student entrepreneurial efforts throughout the summer.

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Indian Food. Gotta love it!

I sometimes quip that I was born in the wrong country.  I absolutely love Indian food.  It is my comfort food (along with pizza!).  Chicken Tikka Masala with a Mango Lasso will do the trick!  A great place to catch … Continue reading

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Funding in a famine

Having lived in Silicon Valley, I’ve experienced something of the excitement and buzz of start-ups, of funding ventures, and a society awash in the latest of technology and innovation.  It was enormous fun to live near Stanford University in Palo … Continue reading

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