“I help interesting people to do interesting things.” Chris Yeh Chris Yeh, along with Reid Hoffman, Linkedin co-founder, legendary investor, and host of the award-winning Masters of Scale podcast, is the author of the global best-selling book Blitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies. With a foreword by Bill Gates, Blitzscaling reveals the…

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Tech Leaders Program: Challenge Lab Final Pitch Event Global Academic Programs Director, David Law, proudly represented SCET at the Plaksha University Tech Leaders Program Challenge Lab Final Pitch Event. Plaksha University is India’s largest collective philanthropy effort to build a new model of engineering education and research. Backed by 70+ academic and business leaders from…

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Digital transformation is the process of using digital technologies to create new or change existing business processes in accommodation to rapidly evolving business and market requirements. COVID-19 is certainly speeding up the process of digital transformation. In 2020, according to International Data Corporation (IDC), worldwide spending on digital transformation reached $1.3 trillion. By 2025, it…

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Alt: Meat Lab

Recently, the UC Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology received a grant of $1.15M over two years from Open Philanthropy to support its Alternative Meats Lab (Alt: Meat Lab). Since Open Philanthropy’s original October 2019 $700,000 grant support, the Alt: Meat Lab has incubated a number of new startups developing alternatives to animal products…

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Impact Food has just won the Hult Prize! The UC Berkley plant-based seafood startup team, who got their start at the Alt Meat Lab out of the SCET, managed to come out on top at the esteemed Hult Prize competition, an annual, year-long competition that crowd-sources ideas from MBA and college students after challenging them…

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UC Berkeley has once again ranked #2 in the world for undergraduate entrepreneurship, maintaining its position for producing the second-highest number of undergraduate founders who go on to obtain venture funding. After Berkeley (1365), MIT (1125), Harvard (1100), University of Pennsylvania (1,021), and Cornell (888) round up the top 6 universities in the world by…

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