Tag Archives: Silicon Valley

Picasso and Entrepreneurship


  When I see the label, entrepreneur, I am always confused what that really means to the person using that description and what the public perceives. Now, having been raised in an artistic environment, I do understand what a great … Continue reading

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Silicon Valley and the California Gold Rush, who made more — the Gold Miners or the Shovel makers?


  Silicon Valley has become the gold magnet for individuals and companies just like the California Gold Rush of the mid-1800’s.  Instead of gold, the new monetary incentives mean being hired by a company with a decent salary base and … Continue reading

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The Silicon Valley Equation


Let me show you my equation to recreate Silicon Valley’s environment for ebtrepeneurship and innovation:   Silicon Valley  = $$$ + Educational/Technological training + Regional Community/ Professional Services/Social Network + Exit Strategy + Infrastructure        

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Does it Pay to be a Technology Startup in Europe or SiIicon Valley?


During the last several weeks I have heard several debates on why should European technology companies establish themselves in Silicon Valley.  The pro-European or anti-Silicon Valley advocates believe that technology engineers are more cost effective in Europe and comment that … Continue reading

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