From Science To Startup

Author: Anil Sethi
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319304240
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From Science To Startup from the Author: Anil Sethi. This book charts the experiences, pitfalls and knowledge behind leading scientific ideas to successful startups. Written by one of Switzerland's top serial entrepreneurs, this book is a must-read for scientists and academicians who want to see their idea turn into a product and change the market. It is also pertinent for finance and business professionals who aspire to become technology entrepreneurs. Starting with personal qualities of an entrepreneur, Anil Sethi discusses successful ideas, technology evaluation, team formation, patents and investor expectations. To guide the entrepreneur, this book also analyzes deal closing, equity conversion and ideal exit strategies to follow. Ultimately Anil Sethi reveals the 'inside track' which helps understand what drives entrepreneurs and what they wouldn't admit.

Author: Peter Thiel
Publisher: Nash Format
ISBN: 6177279147
Size: 43.49 MB
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from the Author: Peter Thiel. Ця книжка стане пусковим механізмом для тих, хто прагне мислити та створювати нове, а не копіювати відпрацьовані шаблони. Автор переконує: роблячи те, що ми вже знаємо, ми рухаємо світ від 1 до n, додаючи більше чогось вже знаного; проте щоразу, коли ми створюємо щось нове, ми ступаємо від 0 до 1. Тіль покроково описує дієвість експоненціального закону у світі стартапів, таємниці роботи із венчурним капіталом, а також інноваційні ідеї майбутнього, які змінять життя людей до невпізнаваності...

Start Up

Author: Tom Harris
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 354032982X
Size: 69.50 MB
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Start Up from the Author: Tom Harris. This guide for aspiring entrepreneurs provides expert advice on every aspect of launching a new business. It is designed to be of particular value for academics wishing to exploit the commercial value of a new technology or business solution. Inspiring and readable, it shows how to evaluate the strength of a business idea, how to protect inventions, reviews legal steps and responsibilities, shows how to position products in the market, how to create a business plan and raise initial capital. Case studies, exercises and tips demystify the process of starting a business, build confidence and greatly increase the chances of success.


Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology
Size: 37.73 MB
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Innovation from the Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology.

The Startup Owner S Manual

Author: Steve Blank
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 098920054X
Size: 27.14 MB
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The Startup Owner S Manual from the Author: Steve Blank. Welcome to The Startup Owner's Manual, a near-encyclopedic manual that will teach you * How to incorporate the Business Model Canvas as the organizing principle for startup hypotheses * How to find Product-Market fit * How to Get, Keep and Grow customers * How to fuel growth with metrics that matter The Startup Owner's Manual walks you, step-by-step, through the tested and proven Customer Development process created by startup expert Steve Blank, unlocking the secrets to building a successful, scalable company. This book: * Guides startups of all types in their search for a scalable, profitable business model * Explains the 9 deadly sins startups commit most often - and helps you avoid them * Provides separate paths and advice for physical versus web/mobile products * Explains how to test and iterate your company's road to product/market fit * Details strategies and tactics for how to get, keep and grow customers * Teaches a new math for startups -- metrics that matter * Includes detailed checklists at every step of the process ...and provides hundreds of ideas, watch-outs and "how tos" for founders! The Startup Owner's Manual lays out the best practices, lessons and tips that have swept the startup world, offering a wealth of proven advice and information for entrepreneurs of all stripes. It is used by thousands of startups, leading universities (including Stanford, U.C. Berkeley and Columbia) and the U.S. National Science Foundation, among many others.

Entry And Post Entry Performance Of Newborn Firms

Author: Marco Vivarelli
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134180713
Size: 64.90 MB
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Entry And Post Entry Performance Of Newborn Firms from the Author: Marco Vivarelli. Entry and Post-Entry Performance of Newborn Firms focuses on newborn firms, analyzing the determinants of entry, survival and post-entry performance. Written by a world leading expert on industrial dynamics, whose previous book The Employment Impact of Innovation was very popular, this book examines the policy implications of the differing motivations underlying the decision to start a new firm. This groundbreaking book will be of use to economists with an interest in Europe as well as students and researchers across industrial economics, management and entrepreneurial studies.

Continuous Processing In Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Author: Ganapathy Subramanian
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527673709
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Continuous Processing In Pharmaceutical Manufacturing from the Author: Ganapathy Subramanian. With contributions from biotechnologists and bioengineers, this ready reference describes the state of the art in industrial biopharmaceutical production, with a strong focus on continuous processes. Recent advances in single-use technology as well as application guidelines for all types of biopharmaceutical products, from vaccines to antibodies, and from bacterial to insect to mammalian cells are covered. The efficiency, robustness, and quality control of continuous production processes for biopharmaceuticals are reviewed and compared to traditional batch processes for a range of different production systems.

The Role Of Law And Ethics In The Globalized Economy

Author: Joseph Straus
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 354092681X
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The Role Of Law And Ethics In The Globalized Economy from the Author: Joseph Straus. Preface International conferences are not organized overnight—especially not when high ranking personalities from politics, business and academia should be offered an adequate platform for addressing and discussing highly relevant contemporary issues. The conference on “The Role of Law and Ethics in the Globalized Economy,” which took place on May 22 and 23, 2008 in the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Munich, was no exception. When the first preparations started at the end of 2006, neither the subprime crises nor the general crises of the global financial system, whose shock waves have rocked the financial businesses in subsequent months, were known; nor were they predictable or even imaginable. Based on our monitoring of the globalization process and its apparent impact—not only on the economic and technological environment, but also on the social en- ronment—it was appropriate for the conference to begin by serving as a platform for analysing the status quo of the process of globalization, as relevant to politics, business and academia, and for exploring how the interest groups in those domains cope with the challenges of globalization. In the end, however, the purpose of the conference was to produce proposals for conditions for “upwards” global compe- tion, meaning that minimum conditions should be worked out to enable people to live and labour humanely. Such conditions would be those which should help avoid otherwise inevitable frictions in society, both nationally and internationally.

Supercomputers In Theoretical And Experimental Science

Author: Jozef T. Devreese
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468450212
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Supercomputers In Theoretical And Experimental Science from the Author: Jozef T. Devreese. The International Workshop on "The Use of Super computers in Theoretical Science" took place from July 30 till August 1, 1984, at the Conference Center of the "Priorij Corsendonk", close to the city of Antwerpen, Belgium. During the past decade computational science has developed itself to a third methodology besides the experimental and theoretical sciences. This remarkable evolution was only possible due to a drastic increase of the computational power of present day computers. Indeed, computational physics and chemistry as such is certainly not new, but it was only during the past ten years or so that realistic problems could be solved numerically to a sufficient degree of accuracy. During this workshop the state-of-the-art in high speed computation was presented by a team of lecturers who are well known for their competence in this field. It is a pleasure to thank several organizations and companies who made this workshop possible. First of all, the main sponsors: the Belgian National Science Found ation (NFWO-FNRS) and the "Universitaire Instelling Ant werpen". Next, the co-sponsors: Agfa-Gevaert N. V., Control Data Belgium and the Belgian Ministry of Education. Special thanks are due to Dr. P.E. Van Camp and Drs. H. Nachtegaele for the practical organization of this workshop. I would also like to thank Mrs. H. Evans for typing the manuscripts and for preparing the author and subject index. v Last but not least I express my gratitude to Mr.