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|Invention to Venture »|
This dynamic collection of resources is designed specifically for the participants in the NCIIA I2V program. The content includes selected material from ECorner.
|Technology Ventures »|
The following resources are videos listed at the end of each chapter in the textbook "Technology Ventures: From Idea to Enterprise" by Thomas Byers, Richard Dorf, and Andrew Nelson (third edition, McGraw-Hill).
|The Stanford Challenge »|
The Stanford Challenge is a five-year campaign aimed at seeking solutions to complex global problems and educating the next generation of leaders. New initiatives on environmental sustainability, human health, international affairs, K-12 education, the arts, and graduate and undergraduate education let Stanford supporters change the world and change students' lives.
|Social Edge Collection »|
Social Edge, a program of the Skoll Foundation, is the global online community where social entrepreneurs and other practitioners of the social benefit sector connect to network, learn, inspire and share resources.
|Venture Capital »|
What are the fundamentals of raising venture capital for the aspiring enterprise? What kinds of venture capital exist, and which are best for your organization? And what are the hidden costs? Here, students of entrepreneurship will learn the basics of fundraising, the skills to garner funds, and get a sense of the fundraising process, including best practices for managing investment resources for future growth. In this lesson, students will learn: