Global Venture Lab 2017

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On behalf of the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, we would like to invite you to the 8th Global Venture Lab at UC Berkeley.

The Global Venture Lab (GVL) is an international summit of academics, entrepreneurs, and innovators sharing common research and educational programs to spur new industry and economic growth. Since our first event in 2009, GVL continues to be an extraordinary opportunity to network, learn, and share best practices among entrepreneurship centers around the world.

Dates: Monday and Tuesday, August 21 and 22, 2017

Location: Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, California Memorial Stadium at the UC Berkeley Campus.

Agenda

Click here to see the tentative agenda, which will be continuously updated 

Registration: In order to guarantee your spot please register by June 30th through the EventBrite link

For questions contact Susan Giesecke: sgiesecke@berkeley.edu and Danielle Vivo: d.vivo@berkeley.edu

We look forward to hosting you at UC Berkeley!

Leadership Team

Ikhlaq Sidhu, Faculty Director and Founder
Ken Singer, Managing Director
Susan Giesecke, Director of Global Engagement
Danielle Vivo, Program Manager
Charlotta Johnsson, Co-Chair
Ricardo San Martin, Co-Chair

Entrepreneurship Best Practices Crossing Borders

The goal of the Global Venture Network is to share best practices to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in a university environment with the intent to help create new companies and industries. GVL strives to develop an entrepreneurial ecosystem that supports venture creation and innovation between Berkeley and global partners. Industry-changing innovation and leadership stretch well beyond geographical boundaries at GVL.

Recommended for: Academic Institutions interested in developing and sharing best practices for entrepreneurship instruction.

The January 2016 GVL Summit in Berkeley

The Global Venture Lab Report

  • This brief of the "Report from the Global Venture Lab Network Inaugural Summit" summarizes the discussion of best practices and next steps from the November 19, 2009 meeting of engineering entrepreneurship educators from 18 universities. Click here to read more.

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