Four Embarcadero Center, Suite 1200
San Francisco, CA 94111. Thursday, September 12th. From 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
For registration, please click here
Sonia Domeyko, Founder of Swarmin, Inc.
Janelle Kellman, Founder of KitOrder.com
Susan Coelius Keplinger, President and COO of Triggit, Inc.
Pilar Manchón, CEO and Founder of Intelligent Dialog Systems
Anna Santerano, Founder MySpinta.com
5:30 p.m. Registration
6:00 p.m. Networking
6:30 p.m. Panel
7:30 p.m. Networking
Chamber Member - $15.00
Non-Members - $30.00
Space is limited. Please RSVP by clicking here.
Miguel Yacobi: CEO at ThinkSmart
Here is our program: Café in Silicon Valley. Stay tuned and check out our upcoming video interviews to spanish relevant companies and their CEOs, sharing their personal stories, reflecting on their business experiencies and providing valuable advice to follow on their footsteps (Note: Video in Spanish).
If you want to be considered for an interview, please contact:
cfernandez [at] californiaspainchamber.org
MCR solutions, a confirmed Oracle ebusiness suite partner in Europe, is coming to offer solutions for the American market
MCR Solutions is a multinational company specialized in Oracle business software solutions, business cloud solutions development as well as value-added IT services, with offices in Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Latin America.
Check out this business opportunity
University of Deusto looks for companies which want to recruit interns for a six month period. If you are interested in getting an intern for your company checks out this application form attached.
Xavier Verdaguer, Presidente en Imagine
Aquí está nuestro programa: Café en Silicon Valley. Mantente al tanto de las entrevistas en vídeo a las compañías españolas más relevantes y a sus presidentes, que compartiran con nosotros de forma personal sus experiencias de negocio dándonos valiosos consejos para seguir sus pasos (Nota: Vídeo en español).
Si quieres ser considerado para una entrevista, contacta con nosotros:
cfernandez [arroba] californiaspainchamber.org
I recomend reading this article on the impact of MIT-related entrepreneurship to the economic development of a region.
The article estimates close to one million jobs worldwide were created by MIT-related entrepreneurship: California - estimated at 526,000 jobs, New York -estimated at 231,000 jobs, Texas - estimated at 184,000, and Virginia - estimated at 136,000).
Source: Kauffman Foundation
Javier Santiso offers in El Pais an excelent opinion about the start ups in Silicon Valley and the future in Spain.