The blue track of the Global Webit Congress will be featuring such key concept as what does entrepreneurship, startups and business knowledge have in common.
Prominent speakers together with Tech leaders, influential Founders, CTOs, CIOs of the world’s most innovative companies, disruptive start-ups, top talents, and over 400 investors and 300 accredited media will participate in these inspirational discussions. Join them now!
People tend to think about entrepreneurship exclusively in the context of startup ventures with a couple wild-eyed risk takers working out of a garage. What is entrepreneurship actually? Why is it relevant to all stages of life in business? How can it make even a mega-multinational more successful?
What are the stages of entrepreneurship, what all stages have in common, and why you are more entrepreneurial than you think (and that is a good thing).
Entrepreneurs need everything that is taught at a business school. Whether you are starting a company, buying an existing company to run or turn around, turning around a failing division inside of a company, or building a new business unit for your successful company …entrepreneurs use every tool to get the job done.
At the blue track of the Global Webit Congress one of our keynote speakers, Paul Kewene-Hite will briefly explore why entrepreneurship is vital to business of any condition and size.
Paul Kewene-Hite of INSEAD has over 23 years business experience with start-ups and major technology companies.
He actively mentors and consults to business and social entrepreneurs as well as governments and companies of all sizes. He has successfully worked in every corner of a technology company from tech support to finance to sales and business development to CEO.
He was a Technology Evangelist at Apple, and Director of Strategic Planning and New Business Development at NEC Computers. He was a venture capitalist and has served as VP, President and CEO of technology startups in the USA and Ireland. In addition to building technology companies, he has restructured and turned around companies in Australia and the US, he has launched a new venture in China, he built a strategic plan for an initiative by the Welsh government. He has opened new markets for businesses around the world. He has been instrumental in landing hundreds of millions in revenue for companies, and he has been intimately involved in raising millions in venture capital for multiple ventures. He has authored technology white papers and business plans, and has performed extensive business planning from full P&Ls to operations to market launches.
At INSEAD he is Director of the Entrepreneurship Accelerator, the Head Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EiR) as well as an Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship.
Quite an impressive experience. Visit the Leaders of the Future Tech Summit to hear him and join the discussion on Startups, Entrepreneurship and Business knowledge book your tickets with early bird prices now.