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Emerging Trends in Information Systems: Innovative Approach for Evaluating High-tech Ventures

This segment includes a presentation by Professor Richard Newton of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept. at the University of California, Berkeley. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 28, 1993. 64 min.

Energy Technology: Emerging Solutions

The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Ira Ehrenpreis of Technology Partners, Bryant Tong of Nth Power and John Woolard of Itron. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 27, 2005. 52 min.

Entrepreneurial Opportunities Enabled by Open Innovation

This segment includes presentations by a panel looking at a new model of innovation "Open Innovation" in which companies utilize more external ideas in their own innovation process and let unused internal ideas be used by others on the outside. Moderator, Henry Chesbrough ; speakers: Alpheus Bingham (InnoCentive), David Tennenhouse (New Venture Partners), Jonathan Spier (NetBase) Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 28, 2008. 38 min.

Entrepreneurs Sampler

Host: Jerome S. Engel. Donald Valentine, John Morgridge, George Turin, Michael Moritz, C. Gordon Bell, Alan Stein, David Gleba, Reese Jones, Tom Hale, Brian Maxwell, Jerome Engel, Steven C. Mendell, Hollings Renton. The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment contains highlights from past programs in the series presenting key business concepts and insights by entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurship and Government Regulation

This segment includes a presentation by Stephen C. Mendell of XOMA Corporation which develops pharmaceutical products. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 24, 1992. 60 min.

Entrepreneurship and Ice Cream

This segment includes a presentation by T. Gary Rogers of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 24, 1994. 58 min.

Entrepreneurship on the Global Stage: The 20 Best New Technology Business Ideas in the World

Keynote address: Brenda Musilli (Intel) ; Host: Jerome S. Engel. In this second year of the competition eight finalists from a variety of countries present their winning business innovations in areas that have the greatest potential for a positive impact on society through the deployment of new and truly innovative technologies. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 26, 2006. 66 min.

Ethno-racial Classification in Public Policy: Does it Have a Future?

Introductions: Michael Nacht, Henry Brady, Lee Friedman (14 min.) -- Lecture: Kenneth Prewitt (82 min.) Kenneth Prewitt, director of the U.S. Census Bureau from 1998 to 2001, speaks about ethno-racial classification in the United States and where he thinks its going with particular reference to ethnic representation in the 2000 census and the social ramifications of race in the 21st century. Held at the University of California, Berkeley on April 10, 2003 and recorded by Educational Technology Services, University of California, Berkeley.

Financing New Ventures in Today's Markets

This segment includes presentations by David Witherow of Venture One, Alex Barkas of Prospect Venture Partners and Garrett Gruener of Alta Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 19, 1998. 60 min.

Focus on Life Sciences: Financing the Early Stage Company

The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment presents a panel discussion by venture capitalists who specialize in biotechnology industries. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, February 26, 2004. 63 min.

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