A study on apomixis sets the stage for changing the way we look at problems to find solutions. We can change the environment so entrepreneurs thrive, but we can also strengthen entrepreneurs so they can foster change.
Tips to deal with the different funding mechanisms
Valuation is an art and a science. To begin with, ideas are worth nothing. The value is in the execution! In the for-profit sector, there are three ways to value a company: 1. Cost value (add all the costs that you have paid for) 2. Book value (value of equity at the current time), and 3. Market value (value a potential purchaser will pay). This last one is likely to have the highest value. Value for causes or non-profit sector involves two different approaches: 1. Wide impact: lots of people, small improvement, or 2. Profound impact: few people, transformational. Join
Little I new when I started my Phd in 2009 that the topic Academic Entrepreneurship would be so hot. On one hand, universities need to generate more income and are doing to engaging in what is called Academic Capitalism. And, they are succeeding, more and more people are studying, both because they want new degrees, upgrades, updates, upsales and all those UPS... at the far end there is the PhDs. The US alone graduates around 64000 of PhDs per year, half of those enrolled never finish, so that means there is over 100,000 students enrolled per year, at
We did it!Finally, after so many months of ups and downs it is here, the DVD and CD of one of my most successful topics: Funding your million dollar idea!Find the answers to most questions:debt or equity?angels or partners?venture capitalists?where to go when the bank says no?The best part is that you can listen and preview it all BEFORE you buy. With so many people now looking at creating their own wealth - so happy about it- it is the perfect time to think about it.The book is coming up soon, but in the mean time.. ENJOY IT!and if you
A surprise provokes fascinating emotions. This wealth drop is dedicated to those who find ways to add a spark to our lives by doing the unexpected. By the way, thanks Carlos for the postcard from South Africa. Quite a surprise!It was Lynda Dorrington, CEO of Form, an Australian Organization, who inspired me to develop the theme. Ever since I came to Perth, Lynda has relentlessly foster a discussion to make the city more vibrant. She has pushed the envelope bringing experts from overseas and has engaged top notch research to understand what it takes to transform Perth into the Creative
Just for you to know, this is the ONLY event that I have that is open to the public. I will POUR information about funding with no capital, using equity, venture capital, angel investing and short or long term debt. Babson has over 150 signed up, and I thought your friends or clients who are in Boston might be interested since it is a free event and would be a great networking opportunity too.Where: Olin Auditorium. Babson College, Wellesley, MA.Topic: How to fund your million dollar idea.When: July 15th, 5pmAll the best,Alicia CastilloBabson College is located in Wellesley, West of