Knowledge Banking for a Connected WorldFrancisco Gonzalez, President and CEO of BBVA presents the book "Change: 19 Key Essays on How the Internet is Changing our Lives" and sets out his ideas on how the financial industry will have to transform and why banks will have to adapt to a "knowledge banking" model.
MIT Enterprise Forum of the Northwest 2013-2014 Chapter HighlightsAn active chapter since 1984, MIT Enterprise Forum of the Northwest's mission is to inspire, connect, and educate entrepreneurs in the Puget Sound technology and business community. We cater to the needs of local entrepreneurs, business leaders, technologists, venture capitalists, angel investors, financiers, MIT alumni, and service providers.
"The War for Talent" Fireside Chat with Drew Houston, CEO and cofounder of DropboxDrew Houston, CEO and cofounder of Dropbox, is interviewed by Jason Pontin, Editor in Chief of MIT Technology Review and Chairman of MIT Enterprise Forum about the company's success and his thoughts on how to attract top talent to a startup.
From Trinkets to Body Parts: 3D Printing - Transforming Sci-Fi Fantasy Into RealityThe limits of 3D printing have expanded beyond the attention of hobbyists and enthusiasts. Imagine a young boy, born without fingers, lifting and grasping with a 3D printed hand or a woman speaking for the first time in years with a 3D printed jawbone. Astronauts will soon produce repair parts in space. And within a decade, doctors will transplant 3D printed kidneys and hearts.
First Arab Pavilion of Startups at LeWeb Paris'13 The MIT Enterprise Forum of the Pan-Arab Region, in partnership with ALJ Community Initiatives, brought the first ever Arab Pavilion of startups to LeWeb Paris'13.
What is the MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Startup Competition? [Arabic subtitles]This video captures the spirit of entrepreneurship found at the yearly MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Startup Competition in partnership with ALJ Community Initiatives.
What is the MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Startup Competition?This video captures the spirit of entrepreneurship found at the yearly MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Startup Competition in partnership with ALJ Community Initiatives.
Future of Massive Open Onlines Courses (MOOCs) - The MIT PerspectiveThe Educational Technology field is exploding with innovation, and in response the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge brings you a look at this field with two experts from MIT.
A Food Startup Feast - Tom First, Nantucket Nectars founder, InterviewSeptember's Innovation Series event on food startup kicks off with an interview of Tom First, founder of Nantucket Nectars. Interviewer Brita Rosenheim get Tom to talk about his startup stories and what he now looks for as an investor.
MITEF NW Space: Are We There Yet? Tourists, Entrepreneurs, & Miners in Orbit50 years, of space exploration and manned space travel have been the exclusive domain of governments with the vast majority of space travelers on government missions. Today, we're at the dawn of a new era in spaceflight. The space frontier is opening up to private citizens and industry. Up to 11,000 private citizens are expected to take suborbital spaceflights in the next decade, and private companies are hauling supplies to the international space station and prospecting asteroids.