May Lunch Talk : 2 or 3 more weird idea on entrepreneurship that seem to work
The May Lunch Talk was held on May 23rd in Startup KAIST Studio with the subject of ‘2 or 3 more weird idea on entrepreneurship that seem to work’. The speaker, Professor Bruno Maritnaud, is currently the advisor of École Polytechnique’s Technology Venture Master Program. The English-based program was a great opportunity for foreign students as well.
Professor Bruno Martinaud spoke on the topic of entrepreneurship from a new perspective. Following is summary of his main advice to students interested in startups:
- Start-ups are not about opportunities.
- Experience doesn’t matter (so much).
- Good ideas always look bad at first
- Understanding is a luxury.
- Luck is a skill.
Professor Bruno Martinaud looks forward to feedback about the lunch talk, and he wishes to continue communication with students. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Bruno Martinaud’s lunch talk was an opportunity for students to explore beyond their knowledge scope, and to experience entrepreneurship education from a new perspective.