Webinars: Entrepreneurship & Innovation

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

CBS Startup Stories: Wandering Bear Coffee

Founders Matt Bachmann ’15 and Ben Gordon ’15 share lessons learned while building their multi–million-dollar company.

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Economics & Policy, Social Impact, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Path to Decarbonizing Energy

Chazen Senior Scholar Geoffrey Heal speaks with Derek Brower of the Financial Times about the cost of transitioning to renewable energy.

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Data & Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Economics & Policy

Data Science in Marketing

Facebook principal scientist Shawndra Hill and Professor Olivier Toubia examine the past, present, and future of the role of data science in marketing.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Economics & Policy

Long-Term Vision in Venture Capital and the Upsides to Being an Entrepreneur in a Downturn

Professor of Professional Practice Angela Lee explains how there are opportunities for investors during the pandemic even though she believes the worst of the downturn is yet to come.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Impact of COVID-19 on US Entrepreneurship

Management professor Jorge Guzman explains why allowing new businesses access to relief funds will play an essential role in an economic recovery. Close-captioned.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, The Workplace

Tech Trends and the Remote Workplace with Tim Campos '11

Tim Campos ’11, CEO of calendar app Woven, discusses the drastic acceleration of remote work practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, how the workplace might permanently change, ways employers can preserve company culture with a remote workforce, and more. Close-captioned.

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Webinar
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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

How COVID-19 Will Affect Internet Services, E-commerce, and Teaching

Dan Wang, the David W. Zalaznick Associate Professor of Business, gets out his whiteboard and provides insight into the strategic importance of firms such as Amazon and Walmart during the pandemic.

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