In this video, Robert Litan, Senior Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution describes why U.S. entrepreneurship needs a boost. New Startups have declined from an average of 600,000 per year to less than 400,000 and five year survival rates are down as well.
In this video, Startups Uncensored does a fireside chat with Venture Capitalist David Hornik from August Capital.
In this video, Former Sun Microsystems CEO and co-founder/CEO of CareZone Jonathan Schwartz stops by the CNN Newsroom to talk about cloud-based health services.
CareZone is a safe place to get organized, stay up to date, and coordinate with family and helpers. We provide a set of services (detailed below), oriented around the needs of caring for individuals — from managing information, to providing safe, archival storage, to keeping family and friends informed. Our focus is helping you, and your family, manage the information and communication associated with caring for another individual.
In this video, Olivier de Laet from Calyos describes the company’s innovative two-phase cooling technology.
Calyos is a provider of advanced 2-phase cooling solutions for electronic applications. Two platform products have been developed, one is already commercialized for power modules cooling and another one has been prototyped for electronic components cooling aimed mainly at the High Performance Computing market. Adapting its platform products designs, the company manufactures and integrates its solutions in collaboration with its industrial and corporate clients (B2B) in order to provide them with disruptive value.”
See our interview with Maxime Vuckovic from Calyos.
In this video, Alexis Madrigal from The Atlantic presents: The Jig is Up – Why Startups Need To Solve Real Problems.
Alexis Madrigal thinks our modern entrepreneurial climate has a problem: we’re not solving big problems anymore. The startup boom in the late 90s gave birth to revolutionary mobile devices. Now, the best we can do is Facebook. Madrigal offers two solutions: stop the pervasiveness of “free” web apps and increase the diversity among founding teams. Fresh perspectives, he argues, will bring a new paradigm for startups — and for creativity in general.
How many times have you seen a product and thought, “I know how to make that better”?How is it that no one has invented this yet”? And when “haven’t” you thought, “I need to be my own boss”? You’re thinking the right things. Now, the next step is to take action–and that’s exactly what “One Simple Idea for Startups and Entrepreneurs” is all about. Stephen Key, one of the world’s leading experts on getting business ideas off the ground, revealed in his groundbreaking book “One Simple Idea “just how simple it is to make a fortune by selling or “renting” your great ideas.