Silicon Valley’s Innovation Mindset is getting exported at an exponential rate.
It’s a well-known secret in Silicon Valley: Big tech companies employ “resters and vesters”; employees who collect full pay and stock without having to do much — or any — actual work.
theBoardlist has launched in Canada. It’s a talent platform that engages the tech community to increase gender diversity on boards.
Urban tech hubs have followed the trend of San Francisco: As success skyrockets, so too does the cost of living. In British Columbia, New York, California and beyond, startups are taking advantage of the connected digital age by finding new places to set up HQ.
“I help people build trusted networks in the Valley,” says Fedeyko, who is now CEO of Connection Silicon Valley. “Whether you’re a startup, corporate, or someone in-between, think of me as your innovation partner who will help you navigate the Valley ecosystem.”
IBM Innovation space will offer mentoring as well as technical capacity and infrastructure.
‘China’s MIT’ ahead of Harvard and UCLA among the world’s top schools for surrounding tech ecosystem investment.
While Silicon Valley snaps up Ontario engineering graduates, little money is coming the other way.
According to a report by the Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project, for the first time since 2011, net domestic migration in Silicon Valley was negative.
Ballooning costs make Silicon Valley more a suffocating than an energizing force. If you had the whole world, where would you place your startup?