Category Archives: They Made It!
While interviewing leaders of Silicon Valley for my book, one of the first people I was really lucky to be able to interview was Eric Benhamou, the CEO of Benhamou Global Ventures and a very respected executive, both here as … Continue reading
Many months ago I ended doing the rounds of the foreign-born executives I talked to over 14 months here in the Silicon Valley because the book [They Made It!] with their interviews finished. Since I am having withdrawal symptoms and … Continue reading
Image by Rice Ette via Flickr Here are some quotes from the book, They Made It!; they were made by French, Indian, Chinese, German, Iranian, Israeli and Saudi executives. Is it possible to guess where people come from by the … Continue reading
I You can listen to the interview here: WEEKEND EDITION PODCAST: Interview With Angelika Blendstrup Image from Wikipedia Or if that one doesn’t work: http://machete.wildjobsafari.com/2008/03/09/weekend-edition-podcast-interview-with -angelika-blenstrup.aspx Related articles Podcast recycles actual talk radio calls [via Zemanta]
They Made It! Radio interview, CEO,Dominique Piotet, L’Atelier/BNP Paribas, SF, asked witty questions about French leaders – en francais
Image by pierre pouliquin via Flickr To hear the witty way Dominique asked about the famous French entrepreneurs from the book, please click on the link: http://www.atelier.fr/radio/9/23032008/atelier-numerique-n230-36252-.html
Image from Wikipedia Le thème. Le rêve américain se poursuit aujourd’hui en Californie. Dans la Silicon Valley précisément, où nombre d’immigrants de tous pays continuent de tenter leur chance. Des Chinois, des Français, des Allemands, des Indiens, des Iraniens, des … Continue reading
APRIL 9th, 2008 Succeeding in the Valley: Foreign-born entrepreneurs share their stories about making it!
Image from Wikipedia L’Executive Club, SiliconFrench, CSPA, GABA, Hispanic Net, NET-IP, SIPA, and SDForum invite you to come hear Silicon Valley’s leading entrepreneurs from around the world speak about the keys to success and fulfillment. Moderators: * Angelika … Continue reading
Image from Wikipedia This is a first in trying to explain the “recipes for success” from my book, and it is in French. It is uphill from here.
Image from Wikipedia I recently came across this reprinted article from Forbes magazine (2007) that Paul Heller commented on his blog. As he is an immigration attorney, he seems to understand the necessity (and maybe the urgency) of our attracting … Continue reading