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Similarities and Differences in Entrepreneurship in the U.S., Nordics and Asia for Clean-Green-AG-Sustainable Tech

Topic: 
Similarities and Differences in Entrepreneurship in the U.S., Nordics and Asia for Clean-Green-AG-Sustainable Tech
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 6:00pm
Venue: 
K&L Gates, 4 Embarcadero Cente, Suite 1200, San Francisco
Speaker: 
Silicon Vikings
Abstract / Description: 

Join the Silicon Vikings for an interesting discussion of how receptive the U.S., Nordics and Asia are to entrepreneurship areas of utmost concern including Clean Tech, Green Tech, AgTech, FoodTech and Sustainable Innovation. Learn about the similarities and differences of each regions approach from our panel of experts:

- Richard Dasher, Director, US-Asia Technology Management Center at Stanford University
- Frederick Johansson, CEO & Investment Director at Fairpoint Capital in Stockholm, Sweden
- Fredrik Josefsson, Head of Entrepreneurs and High Growth at SEB #Greenhouse in Stockholm, Sweden
- Sean Randolph, Senior Director, Bay Area Council Economic Institute, Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium
- Marit Sall, Business Development & Partnerships Manager in Energy & Sustainability, Plug and Play Tech Center; Co-Founder Cleantech ForEst (Tallinn, Estonia)