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New Trends in Start-up Company Acceleration: Toward the Rise of the Global Start-up

Lecture

Speaker(s)

Gen Isayama, Co-Founder, World Innovation Lab (WiL)

Date and Time

October 2, 2014 4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Location

Stanford University, Gates Computer Science Building B01 – 353 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305 [Campus Map]

This lecture is part of a seminar series (open to the public) organized by the US-Asia Technology Management Center.

Co-Sponsored by the Stanford Silicon Valley-New Japan Project, Japan Program


The US-ATMC Autumn 2014 seminar series theme is New Trends in Start-up Company Acceleration: Toward the Rise of the Global Start-up. The series features new incubator and accelerator programs in Silicon Valley and select Asia economies that promote early development of international business operation by start-up companies. How can start-up companies cope with the challenges of business globalization? What are the implications these new models of incubation for the future of Asia economies and for Silicon Valley?

 

Thursdays, Oct. 2 – Dec. 4, 2014
4:15 – 5:30 pm
HP Auditorium (B01), Gates Computer Science Building

Public Welcome • Light Refreshments

US-Asia Technology Management Center Lecture Series


Instructor: Richard Dasher <rdasher [at] stanford [dot] edu>
Course Assistant: Mianmian Wen <mianmian [at] stanford [dot] edu>

EE402A Course Syllabus

Follow @AsiaTechSU and #EE402A on Twitter for a live feed of our discussions.

E-mail Siejen Yin-Stevenson, Assistant Director, at <siejeny@stanford.edu> with questions about the seminar series.


 

Lecture by Gen Isayama on 10/2/2014    VIDEO

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