Do you know what makes a successful entrepreneur? Would you be surprised to learn how the majority of us who never become entrepreneurs can adopt the entrepreneurial mindset to make our company jobs more innovative and creative? The world is much less predictable than it has ever been and it takes thinking like an entrepreneur to deal effectively with today’s ambiguity.

IE Business School is consistently recognized as a leading institution in the field of Entrepreneurship. The fact that IE was created by entrepreneurs and that 15-20% of our graduates are entrepreneurs definitely is not enough to gain this recognition.

In the upcoming IE Masterclass Professor Dr Paris de L’Etraz will provide an insightful session on what it takes to be an entrepreneur and how you develop an entrepreneurial mindset. In addition he will explain why all our management students have to write a business plan, how the Venture Lab which Paris is directing helps you to get exposure to investors around the globe and what the AREA 31 is all about.

IE Masterclass – Singapore

Date / Time: October 15, 2012 at 19:00
Venue: Gallery Hotel, 1 Nanson Road (map)
Registration: IE Event Page

IE Masterclass – Taipei

Date / Time: October 16, 2012 at 19:00
Venue: Westin Taipei, 133 Nanjing East Road, Sec.3 (map)
Registration: IE Event Page

About the speaker
Paris de l’Etraz has spent over 20 years in investment banking and venture capital, mainly at UBS Bank and ABN AMRO. Since 2005, he has continued to be in the business of either raising funds, setting up new companies, selling or buying companies through his group Amazing Lab. Professor Paris de L’Etraz runs currently the IE Venture Lab at IE Business School. Learn more about Paris de l’Etraz through this video.

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