Global entrepreneurship expert Daniel Isenberg shows the new rules of starting and growing a business with vivid stories of successes, and failures, from around the world.
Über den Autor
Daniel Isenberg--entrepreneur, professor, investor, speaker, and policy adviser--is founding executive director of the Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project and Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School. Isenberg taught for eleven years at Harvard Business School and has published dozens of HBS cases on entrepreneurial ventures around the world. He is a frequent participant at Davos and speaker at Global Entrepreneurship Week and the G20 Youth Entrepreneurship Summit, and has been quoted widely in the media.
Are you a member of the new class of global entrepreneurs? This book is a rallying call for those whose ideas were ever called worthless, impossible, or even stupid. It shows the new rules of starting and growing a business with stories of successes, and failures, from around the world.