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Niya Kabir

Silicon Japan

PRESENTED ON SEP 18, 2014
IN TOKYO @ POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA: STARTUP THE PARTY SF X TOKYO

Niya Kabir speaks about the company she works for, Movida Japan, which is a program that helps fresh entrepreneurs start building their dreams. Bringing together sucessful entrepreneurs to speak and help give advice to those who wish to start building a business and help Japan's economy.

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Build It Up

BY NICOLĂ’ RABACCHI
@ VOL 7 ON NOV 21, 2013

Nicolò Rabacchi speaks on Build It Up: a non-profit association that aims to promote the entrepreneurial spirit among new generations. The main activity of the organization is to support potential entrepreneurs towards the strategic challenging of their ideas, testing their analysis and introducing them to investors. Thanks to the contacts and the expertise of the association, a team of associates help the entrepeneur draft a strategic business plan to be presented in front of prospective investors.

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Wrappler

BY BERTIE BEATTIE
IN NOTTINGHAM

Bertie Beattie owns her own company and here she speaks about how she came to start her company and what she has planned for the future. 

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Networking: From a Startup's Perspective

BY TIMOTHY GAULDIN
@ VOL 27 ON NOV 23, 2015

Tim Gauldin comes from Huntsville, Alabama. He recently moved to Geleen, near Maastricht, to take a startup company to market launch in Europe. He is fascinated by the world of startups and the passionate people behind them that are trying to change the world.

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Your Business, Your Career, Your Life

BY BOB VITAMANTE
@ VOL 15 ON NOV 04, 2015

Bob Vitamante is a business consultant, coach and the Chairman and volunteer mentor with the Santa Barbara chapter of SCORE. His background includes 10 years as a CPA with KPMG and 30+ years of leadership as an executive officer. Bob is particularly proud of his achievements in mergers and acquisitions, business growth and startups, including leading a technology IPO in 1999 and he has also owned several small businesses.

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StartingBlock Madison - A New Place for Startups and Thinkers to Collide and Cooperate

BY CHANDRA MILLER FIENEN
@ VOL 16 ON FEB 18, 2016

Speaker Chandra Miller Fienen gives an overview of the StartingBlock Madison project. Opening in 2017, StartingBlock will provide a new place for area entrepreneurs and community to learn, build, hack, and grow successful businesses and next-generation thinkers.

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Hacking Community

BY WARREN JOHNSTON
@ VOL 25 ON JUN 09, 2016

"The important part is getting to know people in a really informal setting, as people first. The running joke is if you want to ask somebody their business model, you have to buy them a drink."

Warren Johnston shares the underlying philosophies behind Edmonton's exploding startup community, which emphasizes inclusivity, togetherness and selflessness—and above all having fun while pursuing professional goals.

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Entrepreneurial Mindset: adds value or creates problems?

BY ARAKSIA MARTIROSSIAN
@ VOL 21 ON JAN 23, 2017

Araksia Martirossian discusees the pros and cons and of entrepreneurial mindset applied to public governance.

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Coworking: Fact vs Fiction

BY TIFFANIE MARK
@ VOL 21 ON FEB 16, 2017

When most people hear the term "coworking" their minds jump straight to tech startups and Ping-Pong tables. But, there is more to coworking than meets the eye. In this presentation, Tiffanie Mark digs into the heart of the shared space movement, providing a deeper look into one of the world's fastest growing industry.

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Proven Peer Mentoring For Founders Is The Pivot That Changed The Game For Startups

BY JOHN FREISSE
@ VOL 22 ON APR 11, 2017

John Freisse shares his insight on ways to build and maintain a successful business venture. 83-86% of startups fail in 8 years, only 14% raise capital and only 4% ever sell for investor returns.  Founders have a 1 in 24 chance of ever making their venture work...until the pivot of the Starve Ups Scalerator which leads to startups being 6 times more likely to stay in business, 4 times more likely to raise capital and more than 3.5 times to get their exit.