November 5, 2021

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship in raging 2020s


What is our future going to look like and how can entrepreneurs and investors shape it?

In this month's webinar, our special guest Alec Ross, New York Times bestselling author, technology policy expert, investor, and distinguished visiting lecturer, shared with our audience his key observations and experiences. He talked about how to anticipate key trends in business, which skills are needed in the future, and how to raise capital to shape the future. Navigating at the intersection of academia, government, and entrepreneurship, Alec gained an incredibly valuable view on innovation and entrepreneurship.

Keep on reading to receive the key insights of our futuristic, data-packed webinar. In addition, make sure to follow us on LinkedIn and join our LinkedIn group not to miss the next webinar sessions. But now, let’s dive right in...

Key Trends Shaping Our 2020s

Skills Needed to Navigate in the 2020s

Raising Capital to Shape our Future 

Would you love to learn more about key trends that shape our future and how you can shape it? Make sure to grab a copy of Alec’s new book “The Raging 2020s: Companies, Countries, People - and the Fight for Our Future”.

Through interviews with the world’s most influential thinkers and stories of corporate activism and malfeasance, government failure and renewal, and innovative economic and political models, Alec proposes a new social contract―one that resets the equilibrium between corporations, the governing, and the governed.


About the Speaker

Alec Ross is a distinguished visiting professor at Bologna Business School of l’Universitá di Bologna and the author of the New York Times best-seller “The Industries of the Future” which has been translated into 24 languages and been a best-seller on 5 continents. 

In addition, he is a Board Partner at Amplo, a global venture capital firm, and sits on the board of directors for companies in the fields of technology, finance, manufacturing, human capital, and cybersecurity. 

During the Obama Administration, he served as Senior Advisor for Innovation to the Secretary of State, a role created for him to help modernize the practice of diplomacy and bring innovative solutions to advance America’s foreign policy interests. 

About the Author

Hannah Van Vorst

As Business Analyst at StudioHub, Hannah is always identifying new opportunities to expand the community and service portfolio. In addition, she builds the IT process organization at a corporate scale-up as well as mentors founders on business model design and fundraising. If Hannah isn’t in front of her laptop, she is hiking in the beautiful countryside and listening to podcasts.

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