Steve unpacks the the fundamental differences between small business and startup. Steve Blank was part of/or founded eight venture-backed companies, four of which went public.
Social Entrepreneurship can be a life long vocation. These speakers discuss how people of all ages can contribute to the movement of social change. Speakers: Dev Aujla, Founder, DreamNow, author: “Occupation: Change the World” Julia Moulden, Founder, The Company of New Radicals, author: “The New Radicals” David Galenson, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, author: [...]
This video serves as a documentation of craft that I have long been interested in as a Graphic Designer, and someone who appreciates hand made goods. It is wonderful to see a company that thrives in the “small batch” business model, and I hope they continue to make good things for a long time coming. [...]
Successful entrepreneur and CEO Jay Adelson demystifies the start-up process by providing advice, tips, and answering questions. In this episode, Jay explains the economics and differences between starting a small company and larger ones.
Kevin Rose sits down with Jesse Jacobs, founder of Samovar Tea Lounge for a chat about starting up a brick-and-mortar businesses, how Samovar began and the philosophy behind their business, how to find and train passionate employees, and more!
The inspiring story of Alicia Morga as she struggled to attend Stanford, work on Wall Street, get a job in venture capital and then leave it all behind to start her own business.
An small business owner recounts how she started her first business at the age of 19 and what happened since.
How do you best prepare yourself for an entrepreneurial endeavor? How does this fit into the spectrum of your career, whether it’s a wild success or not? Recorded: February 9, 2007; Panel includes Linda Wells (Stanford GSB), Chris Lien, Fred Campbell, Caroline Pappajohn, Scott Bekemeyer Recorded February 9, 2007
This 24-minute film includes interviews with academics, celebrated researchers and entrepreneurial superlatives like Bruce Livingstone, the founder of iStockphoto, acquired by Getty Images for $50M.
These intimate interviews illuminate the journey revealing the challenges, pitfalls, rewards and successes
of self employment. SHINE, encourages you to examine the nature of entrepreneurship and
inspires you to think about what kind of entrepreneur you want to be.