What's Changing In Start-Ups & Innovation? With VC and HBR author Alex Lazarow

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Alex Lazarow - Venture Capitalist and author of 'Out-Innovate' and Harriet Jamieson - Senior Content Manager, BrightTALK

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Startups have changed the world. In the United States, many startups, such as Tesla, Apple, and Amazon, have become household names. The economic value of startups has doubled since 1992 and is projected to double again in the next fifteen years. For decades, the hot center of this phenomenon has been Silicon Valley. This is changing fast. Thanks to technology, startups are now taking root everywhere, from Delhi to Detroit to Nairobi to Sao Paulo. Yet despite this globalization of startup activity, our knowledge of how to build successful startups is still drawn primarily from Silicon Valley. Join Alex Lazarow, author of 'Out-Innovate: How Global Entrepreneurs - from Delhi to Detroit - Are Rewriting the Rules of Silicon Valley', and Harriet Jamieson, to hear insights about what's changing and what we can learn from the growing constellation of startup ecosystems outside of the Valley and other major economic centers. The new playbook for innovation and startup success is emerging from beyond Silicon Valley—at the "frontier."
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