The path for entrepreneurs to grow their companies outside of well-developed entrepreneurial ecosystems like Silicon Valley is challenging. Most markets around the world do not look like Silicon Valley, and they never will. But there are other models to support new businesses. In transitioning markets (where entrepreneurs do not have much access to private sector financing), government officials, donors, and business leaders are experimenting with creative approaches to support the growth of entrepreneurs. Northeast Ohio, whose largest city is Cleveland, is one such community. During our time together in this course, we will be exploring some of these innovative approaches.
Beyond Silicon Valley: Growing Entrepreneurship in Transitioning EconomiesCase Western Reserve University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM BEYOND SILICON VALLEY: GROWING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN TRANSITIONING ECONOMIES
Excellent course every business student should do.
Such a great course, it was a great experience for me !!!
Interesting course! Strongly opened my mind further on understanding entrepreneurship success, its impact on business and communities development as well as jobs creation.
I would have expected more in terms of the depth of content beyond Ohio, but still it is very interesting and complete. A must do for anyone looking to build a startup ecosystem
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