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Monday's Global Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Steven Rodriguez
31:13
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Steven Rodriguez
31:44
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Steven Rodriguez
32:40
To connect with Victor W. Hwang: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorwhwang/
Diane Temple Bevan
34:06
Ways to watch is the http://crowdfundidaho.com/, but they can also watch via the FB pages https://www.facebook.com/events/737101137145772/, IWBC YouTube channel
Steven Rodriguez
38:22
Right To Start Website: https://www.righttostart.org/
Norris Krueger
41:26
Dara Macan of Sourcelink is with us today!
Dara Macan,SourceLink
42:25
Thanks for the KC Jobs Report mention Victor.
Norris Krueger
45:44
Victor - Boise volunteers!
Diane Temple Bevan
46:18
Love this message.
Norris Krueger
46:24
Start-warming is a great idea!
Ngozi
46:50
Beautiful message
Norris Krueger
49:06
www.rightostart.org for the field guide, etc.
Doris Tseng
49:42
COOL! Love this. 5% to start!!!!
Steven Rodriguez
49:52
For the 34B in Govt skills building contracts, how do new ESOs engage and begin to tap into it? Or not much to do until they flip to the 5% to start mindset?
Steven Rodriguez
55:15
Right To Start Field Guide Link: https://www.righttostart.org/field-guide-for-policymakers
Michael Meeks
56:17
Victor: Where do you feel we will benefit most in the very broad realm of eship? The cutting-edge fintech stuff? futuristic innovations? Or mainstreet stuff?
Jonah Zankl
56:51
To what extent do existing entrepreneurial narratives need to be broken down to allow for this type of model to take hold? Are policymakers too focused on “unicorns” given the prevalence of that narrative? What does a new narrative look like and how do we help it take hold?
Scott Gillespie
59:05
Victor - as all regions are not as evolved in supporting entrepreneurs which 2 regions would be TODAY's lab or showcase? S
Kevin Taylor
59:08
How might focusing on “bottom of the pyramid” necessity entrepreneurs increasing the well-being of communities vs traditional entrepreneurs (those that can get bank loans or other outside capital)?
Michael Meeks
59:56
Victor: please speak to the importance of the narrative? And where is this narrative engaged? Industry? Gvt? K-12? Parenting conversations? Like your wide-funnel concept.
Norris Krueger
01:00:42
change the narrative!
Michael Meeks
01:00:48
@Johan. Yes!!!!
Diane Temple Bevan
01:00:54
Do you feel that women entrepreneurs will continue to be the fastest growing group of new starts in your projections for 2021, or do you see that slowing due to increasing barriers and challenges?
Yipeng Liu
01:02:19
How would you see the role of talent mobility in the movement? How we may best benefit from talent for transformation?
Scott Gillespie
01:04:23
interesting thesis as one implication is regions are likely to evolve to be concentrators for value drivers for industries (like 3d, medtech, edtech,..).
Michael Meeks
01:07:59
Victor: do you/we have a distinct voice on Capital Hill, similar to NFIB? Anything similar? Again, who is driving the narrative in Congress?
Scott Gillespie
01:08:04
SO for a right to be successful it needs a tangible BHAGoal - like walk on moon end of decade. What is your BHAG Victor? S
Kevin Taylor
01:08:54
Would love to see that research.
Rose Mary A. Lopes
01:09:07
Victor thanks a lot for your detailde answer.
DEVON CORBIN
01:09:11
can you share that info?
Norris Krueger
01:09:51
Center for American Entrepreneurship
Michael Meeks
01:14:55
@Dara: SourceLink's work is truly appreciated!
Michael Meeks
01:17:05
Victor: is there a particularly effective lever we can pull to infuse the narrative into poorest neighborhoods, educators, movers/shakers?
Kevin Taylor
01:17:31
Does RightToStart plan to conduct its own research to support its policy recommendations?
Dara Macan,SourceLink
01:17:52
Thank you Michael!
Karen Gonzalez Flores
01:19:07
what do you think is the role of the universities /higher education centers in the entrepreneurship ecosystem
Diane Temple Bevan
01:19:28
great question Karen
Michael Meeks
01:19:31
@Kevin. Yes, and is there research we should now be conducting?
Kevin Taylor
01:21:23
@Michael, collecting primary data and making it available to researchers would be a great service, esp. data from harder-to-reach communities.
Norris Krueger
01:21:40
Michael has data :)
Karen Gonzalez Flores
01:25:08
I am In Hungary studying my PhD
Doris Tseng
01:28:57
Welcome, Karen! I am so happy to see that we have many people from all around the world join us today.
Steven Rodriguez
01:29:14
How do community conduits like Techstars, Startup Grind (the ones who touch the people who touch the masses) best engage in the upcoming months to begin activating? Should we just share your page, or sessions?
Jonah Zankl
01:29:57
PhD Candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School in the UK - from Canada originally!
Karen Gonzalez Flores
01:30:08
From Mexico*
Dara Macan,SourceLink
01:30:23
SourceLink,Kansas City Missouri
Dr. dt ogilvie
01:30:27
Rochester, NY - Victor has visited us in the past
Doris Tseng
01:30:57
From Taiwan originally.
Michael Meeks
01:31:01
Victor: terrific stuff. Thanks. Back to the mindset and narrative, how do we change the narrative for the 997? Is it thru your ambassadors, or can we push it more effectively than organic emergence into the lexicon?
Mo Bedrouni
01:31:05
Mo Bedrouni San Diego California Consultant Entrepreneurship Education MENA Region.
Diane Temple Bevan
01:31:53
Love this idea!! You are a leader of an entrepreneurial movement.
Michael Meeks
01:32:26
Michael Meeks, Louisiana.
DEVON CORBIN
01:32:37
Baltimore, MD, really looking to build a strong eco system here locally. Please connect with me with any advice.
Dr. dt ogilvie
01:33:11
We did this with my EPI program with CUEED at Rutgers.
Dr. dt ogilvie
01:34:38
My mic is not working
Michael Meeks
01:34:41
A huge challenge is NOISE. We are overwhelmed with noise, so our message must stand out - our narrative must make sense (like the 85k jobs vs Amazon's 50k jobs).
Susana Rios
01:34:42
Norris I have a question
Scott Gillespie
01:41:43
I am told rights follow responsibilities, so maybe the equation for entrepreneurship is based on a BHAG like 5% of everyone's time is invested in supporting innovators, starters, scalers, founders, and I&E ecosystem. Simon Sinek' golden circle promotes with clear WHY, the how and what follow......hence my earlier question on Victor' BHAG. S
Steven Rodriguez
01:46:58
In case you missed links:
To connect with Victor W. Hwang: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorwhwang/Right To Start Website: https://www.righttostart.org/Right To Start Field Guide Link: https://www.righttostart.org/field-guide-for-policymakers
Michael Meeks
01:47:00
Huge thanks to Victor, Norris, Steven, Diana, and others!
Norris Krueger
01:47:39
back at ya, Michael!
Diane Temple Bevan
01:48:11
Thank you to everyone who asked questions and made comments. This is the first step. I love the idea of the 97% supporting the 3%. And empowering entrepreneurs as leaders.
Michael Meeks
01:48:18
BHAG: To level all playing fields through entrepreneurship as an opportunity available to all. Precisely what Victor is doing. Eship can solve everything. So my BHAG is to have eship at the forefront of the national narrative.
Dr. dt ogilvie
01:49:53
Teach about ENT in K-12. Use Lemonade Day as a start
Steven Rodriguez
01:50:00
Ways to watch is the http://crowdfundidaho.com/, but they can also watch via the FB pages https://www.facebook.com/events/737101137145772/, IWBC YouTube channel
Diane Temple Bevan
01:50:08
http://crowdfundidaho.com/
Jonah Zankl
01:50:16
Thank you!
Scott Gillespie
01:50:32
thank you