LSE public conversation
Date: Monday 8 July 2013
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speaker: Deborah Perry Piscione
Chair: Mustafa Khanbhai
Entrepreneur Deborah Perry Piscione offers an inside look at Silicon Valley’s unique innovation culture and demonstrates how this remarkable success can – and should – be replicated around the world, in conversation with LSE governor Mustafa Khanbhai.
Deborah Perry Piscione is a seasoned Silicon Valley entrepreneur and the bestselling author of The Secrets of Silicon Valley.
Mustafa Khanbhai is founder and CEO of Seamlessly. He has a background in business start-up, corporate development and mergers & acquisitions. Mustafa co-founded Virgin Digital Help, a new start-up for Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group.
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