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Shauna Shapiro: Mindful Discipline

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Raising happy, compassionate, and responsible children requires both love and limits. Based on her new book, Mindful Discipline, Dr. Shauna Shapiro weaves together ancient wisdom and modern science to provide new per...

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12 things I’ve learned while building products for the web

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Pierre Valade of Foursquare talked to the Campers about the difference between designing on the web: game design and product design. Pierre shares the lessons he has learned about start-ups that he wishes he knew befo...

Ben Chestnut, co-founder of Mailchimp shares his story

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Ben is the CEO and co-founder of MailChimp, one of the most successful e-mail marketing companies around, with over 1.2 million users. They were recently featured in "Fast Company" for their non-traditional corporate culture and creative environment. In this Creative Mornings presentation, Ben talks about the history of the company and what he does as a manager to cultivate such a creative culture. You DON'T want to miss this!

Steve Blank on How to Build a Great Company, Step by Step

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Steve Blank, Serial Entrepreneur; Founder, E.piphany; Professor, UC Berkeley and Stanford Engineering; Author, The Startup Owners Manual In conversation with Dan'l Lewin, Corporate Vice President of Strategic and E...

Edward Oates, Co-founder of Oracle on Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Silicon Valley

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Edward A. Oates co-founded Oracle Corporation, which was started as Software Development Labs along with Larry Ellison, and Bob Miner in August 1977. Ed Oates graduated with a BA in mathematics from San Jose State Uni...

Jack Welch: “Go be an entrepreneur” | London Business School

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"Take a swing, go start your own business. Go be an entrepreneur." Iconic business identity, and former Chairman and CEO of GE tells London Business School students to be bold, speak with candour and build great t...

Radical Innovation: Managing the Unmanageable

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Entrepreneurship as a career path – thoughts by founder, business angel and VC, Stefan Glänzer

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Convinced Entrepreneur since his very first job, after leaving university with a PHD in International Management Stefan pioneered on-line auctions becoming eBay biggest competitor. Later on he co-founded LastFM, the g...

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Rocket Internet CEO on customer acquisition

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In this talk Dr Florian Heinemann (CEO of Rocket Internet) shares his insights into the ways that a good business analytics concept is essential to your growth. Florian’s message from his presentation at HackFwd’s ...

Running Global But Keeping It Small – 8 lessons learned the hard way by running a global business from a small Polish city

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Michał Frąckowiak, CEO and founder of Toruń-based startup, tells his 8 lessons learned the hard way by running a global business from a small Polish city. A real lean startup story!

Generating high margin business models, choosing the right revenue streams and focusing on what’s working

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A talk by Jason Nazar - founder and CEO of Docstoc.

Exploding Pianist Kathleen Supove & Sideband Laptop Orchestra | Talks at Google

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Using specially designed and custom made hemispherical speakers and a fleet of laptops, Sideband is an evolving ensemble that inspires composer, performers, and audience members to reevaluate the role of computers in...

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Without the Doing, Dreaming is Useless

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We all have an idea we've been meaning to execute on, but how can we really make it happen? In this highly original, all-ages talk at the 99 Conference, illustrator Rilla Alexander walks us through this classic creati...

Quitting, sucking and failing – why almost every success is preceded by the willingness to quit something that is not working

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Almost every success is preceded by being willing to quit something that is not working, potentially suck at a new job, and risk total failure. Mike, who has been in the tech industry for over 20 years and has started...