In the business of innovation, timing is critical for success. Being too early with an idea can be as disastrous as being too late, especially for startups. With the rapid rate of modern innovation, timing affects almost everything, from creating a new technology in a large enterprise, to discovering a product-market fit in a startup, to making the right career choice. This talk shows how to avoid costly timing mistakes and improve your ability to detect and take advantage of major innovation opportunities.
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6:30pm-7:00 Registration, Food & Networking
Speaker: Eugene Shteyn teaches Principles of Invention, Scalable Innovation, and Innovation Timing at Stanford University Continuing Studies Program. He is a Partner, Head of IP, at Zoic Capital LLC, a venture capital fund that invests in early stage medical technology companies. He is a named inventor on thirty-five patents in the technology industry: internet services, media streaming, medical systems, and superconducting devices. He is the co-author of Scalable Innovation: A Guide for Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and IP Professionals. In 2018–19, he facilitated workshops that resulted in more than 100 technology inventions.