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Incubate 2.0 update

posted Oct 3, 2010, 11:23 PM by Marc Dangeard   [ updated Oct 3, 2010, 11:34 PM ]
As we announced earlier, Entrepreneur Commons is a co-founder of StartupCause (http://www.startupcause.org) and we are organizing a first event called Incubate 2.0 (http://www.incubate20.com ). The event is sponsored by HP, and will happen during Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). The event will be a featured event of GEW. Please forward the info to your friends.
We also created event pages on Linkedin and Facebook if you want to promote the event there:

- Linkedin - http://events.linkedin.com/Incubate-2-0/pub/436717
- Facebook http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=150318945005886&index=1
- Plancast - http://plancast.com/p/20qp

When: November 17 & 18, 2010
Where: HP Executive Briefing Center in Cupertino
Who should participate
- active organizers that have lead activities to help entrepreneurs and want to engage with other organizers, extend their network and gain useful insights
- entrepreneurs and local leaders that have interest in replicating initiatives in their countries
- angels and VC with interest in new ways of working with entrepreneurs around the world
- government representatives and NGOs with interest in promoting entrepreneurship in their countries
- university representatives with interest learning how Universities can play a important and sustainable role in the entrepreneurial ecosystem
- executives from companies with interest in gaining access to early stage innovation and a global market of early adaptors
- journalists interested in witnessing the rise of a culture of global entrepreneurship
What you will get

Day 1 - The new business of business - what is being done where and how?
This first day includes presentations and panels where you will learn how the process of growing startups has changed (new networks, new education, new money), and what kind of organizations are supporting these new processes.

Day 2 - Knowledge sharing and scalability - how to have a massive and global impact on entrepreneurship?
The second day is an unconference: the agenda will be decided on-site. The goal of these discussions is to draw the lessons learned from the first day, and to discuss next steps to improve knowledge sharing: what can be done short term and long term to promote a culture of entrepreneurship and create impact on a global and massive scale.
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