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EE 402A | Topics in International Technology Management
Fall 2014

New Trends in Startup Company Acceleration: Toward the Rise of the Global Startup

Thursdays, 4:15 – 5:30 pm, October 2nd – December 4th, 2014

Free to the Public
Stanford University, Gates Computer Science Building B01 – 353 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305 [Campus Map]

Instructor: Richard Dasher <rdasher [at] stanford [dot] edu>
Course Assistant: Mianmian Wen <mianmian [at] stanford [dot] edu>

** Available to Stanford students for one-unit credit as EE 402A

EE-402A Theme for Autumn 2014 is New Trends in Start-up Company Acceleration: Toward the Rise of the Global Start-up. The series features new incubator and accelerator programs in Silicon Valley and select Asia economies that promote early development of international business operation by start-up companies. How can start-up companies cope with the challenges of business globalization? What are the implications these new models of incubation for the future of Asia economies and for Silicon Valley?

EE402A Course Syllabus

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** Special thanks to Stanford Silicon Valley – New Japan Project and  The Miner Foundation for their support of our series.

EE-402A Autumn 2014 Speaker Lineup

YouTube Videos
10/02 Gen Isayama
Founder, World Innovation Lab (WiL)
Recreating Japan into a Startup Nation: New Forms of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 10/02/2014 Gen Isayama Seminar Slides 10/02 Video
10/09 David Lee
Co-Founder & Partner, Kstartup

Claire Chang
Managing Director, Ignite XL

Jung-Chull Lee
Senior Associate, Reed Smith
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem of Korea: New Trends in Acceleration and Internationalization 10/07/2014 JC Lee Seminar Slides

10/07/2014 Claire Chang Seminar Slides

10/07/2014 David Lee Seminar Slides

10/09 Video
10/16 Xiao Wang
CEO, innoSpring
Early Stage Tech Ecosystems in China: Why some U.S. startups have succeeded there while most failed? 10/16/2014 Xiao Wang Seminar Slides 10/16 Video
10/23 Sri Jagannathan
Operating Partner and Group CTO, Indusage
Technology Startups in India - Looking Back, Looking Forward 10/23/2014 Sri Jagannathan Seminar Slides 10/23 Video
10/30 Winston Choe
Managing Partner, Tech Growth Ventures
US and Southeast Asia Cross-border Tech Acceleration 10/30/2014 Winston Choe Seminar Slides 10/30 Video
11/06 Ari Horie
Founder & CEO, Women's Startup Lab
Women's Startup Lab: The International Challenge   11/06 Video
11/13 Alfredo Coppola
Co-CEO, US-Market Access
US MAC: A Launchpad for Global Startups in Silicon Valley 11/13/2014 Alfredo Coppola Seminar Slides 11/13 Video
11/20 Hans Tung
Managing Partner, GGV Capital
Globalization of Startup Companies from China: Perspectives of a VC 11/20/2014 Hans Tung Seminar Slides 11/20 Video
11/27 Thanksgiving Holiday
(No Class)
12/04 Garry Tan
Partner, Y Combinator
Y Combinator: Making Things People Want   12/04 Video