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Stanford Engineering EEE & ITL


Time16:15:51 Phone
DateMonday, January 04, 2010 Webhttp://www.europeanentrepreneursatstanford.com
VenueStanford University, Stanford, CA Email

European Entrepreneurship & Innovation Thought Leaders

 

 

 

STANFORD-UNIVERSITY.pngStanford Engineering's European Entrepreneurship and Innovation Thought Leaders is a weekly speaker series that presents industry leaders from Europe's hitech startup, venture finance, corporate and university research and technology commercialization communities to share their insights and experiences with aspiring and veteran entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley.

 

 

From Ireland to Russia, and from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean, Europe's technology sector is today playing a growing role in bringing new energy, environmental, water, information, medical device and life sciences technologies to market thru small- and medium-sized enterprises.

 

 

Europe's countries and regions, however, face substantial challenges in rapidly moving to the marketplace the technical innovations that are being developed in universities, national laboratories and corporations. Many of these regions are increasingly looking to Silicon Valley to accelerate this process and train a new generation of entrepreneurs and innovation professionals.

 

 

Beginning on January 4th, the series sees John McIntyre, Enterprise Ireland's Silicon Valley man on the ground who is chartered with driving market momentum for Irish software, services, and technology companies in the North American marketplace.

 

 

McIntyre, is joined by John Hartnett of the Irish Technology Leaders Group, an organisation funded by the Irish government.

 

 

The event is free to attend.  More Details Here

 

 

 

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