Recently I had a chance to be in an audience for a seminar organized by Osage University Partner (OUP) and Columbia Technology Ventures on how VC’s evaluate startup CEOs given by OUP’s Managing Partner, Mark Singer. Not only the talk was fascinating for wannabe entrepreneurs and people like me who are in the business of creating products beneficial to the society from academic early stage technology, I realized the message has enormous implications for those who are trying to transition from academia to either academic jobs or non academic jobs. This video kindly provided by OUP has lessons for everyone of us.

 

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