Participating in Start-Up Chile has been one of the most inspiring and eye-opening experiences of my professional life.
It’s been a while since I’ve last written here, and I want to ease back in by sharing my friends’ amazing language education project and how you can help them to win a $100,000 grant from the state of Nevada.
This week a student who attended a talk I gave in 2011 in a small city on the coast in the south of Chile sent me the following email.
It’s been a little more than a year since I landed in Chile to participate in Start-Up Chile, a groundbreaking program sponsored by Chile’s Ministry of Economy.
Congratulations to the 154 teams recently selected for the next round of Start-Up Chile! You are in for an amazing entrepreneurial adventure.
After I posted this article about TEDxPatagonia, Fernando Rojas reached out to me via Twitter. I love his enthusiasm and I connected him with a fellow gaming entrepreneur here at Start-Up Chile.
We had the great fortune to hear Tina Seelig, the Executive Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program and an advisor to Start-Up Chile, speak on Friday.
I came to Chile as part of Start-Up Chile, a program of the Chilean government to attract world-class early-stage entrepreneurs to start their businesses in Chile.