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See organizers’ page for details. The Future of Entrepreneurship in The Bay Area with Teddy Liaw The Bay Area has become an increasingly competitive and expensive landscape for startups, and people are continually looking for someone to turn to for … Continued
The Origini Italia programme for Export Management & Entrepreneurial Development is organized by MIB Trieste School of Management, in cooperation with ICE (Italian Trade Agency), Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, and with other Italian regional organizations. The program, now in its 17th year, … Continued
Pear is partnering again with UC Berkeley to provide members of the University’s exceptional entrepreneurial community an opportunity to receive up to $250,000 in funding while becoming part of the Pear portfolio. To qualify, one member of each founding team … Continued
The Innovative Genomics Initiative (IGI) is currently soliciting applications for its new Entrepreneurial Fellows Program at UC Berkeley. Designed to catalyze the translation and commercialization of innovative research discoveries for practical benefit, this new program builds strong support networks in … Continued
While the spanakopita rests on the counter to cool, George Rubissow suggests a walk through the vineyards. He leads us to the picturesque front porch of his yellow farmhouse, its blue chairs surrounded by spring flowers that tumble downhill toward a breathtaking view of the Napa Valley. We follow him uphill past a small redwood grove to the sustainable vineyards, environmentally-friendly and planted to follow the contours of the property. This is Mount Veeder, an appellation famous for Cabernet Sauvignon, where for nearly a quarter of a century Rubissow and his partner-in-wine Tony Sargent have produced award-winning wines.