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Venture capital (VC) is financial capital provided to early-stage, high-potential, high risk, growth startup companies. (Wikipedia.org)






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2013 9th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCOM)

All areas related to wireless communications, network technologies, and mobile computing systems.


2013 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering (ICMSE)

Management science and engineering, including operations research, organizational systems and behavior, economics and finance, and public administration.


2012 3rd International Conference on E-Business and E-Government (ICEE)

ICEE 2012 aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent advances and new techniques in E-Business,E-Commerce and E-Government.

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    E-Business and E-Commerce,E-Government, E-education,Engineering Management, Service Management & Knowledge Management


2012 9th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM 2012)

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    The main interests of the confernce includes the following areas: Theory and Principle of Service Sciences; Service System Design, Operations, and Management; Supply Chain Management for Service; Service Marketing and Financial Management; Specifically Industrial Service Management; Service Information Technology and Decision Making;Service Experiential Studies and Case Studies

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    The main interests of the confernce includes the following areas: Theory and Principle of Service Sciences; Service System Design, Operations, and Management; Supply Chain Management for Service; Service Marketing and Financial Management; Specifically Industrial Service Management; Service Information Technology and Decision Making;Service Experiential Studies and Case Studies

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    The scope includes exploring natural and social sciences and all technologies, systems, networks, algorithms, and applications.


2012 International Conference on Management and Service Science (MASS 2012)

Enterprise Management, Engineering Management, Service Science, Financial Management, Knowledge Management


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Leveraging the Wisdom of Crowds: Designing an IT-Supported Ideas Competition for an ERP Software Company

Winfried Ebner; Marco Leimeister; Ulrich Bretschneider; Helmut Krcmar Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2008), 2008

"Crowdsourcing" is currently one of the most discussed key words within the open innovation community. The major question for both research and business is how to find and lever the enormous potential of the "collective brain". This research in progress paper provides an approach for finding and leveraging innovations for an ERP software company among its user base. This is ...


Globalization of innovation and dynamics of a regional innovation network: The case of the Canadian Fuel Cell Cluster

Ricardo Arechavala-Vargas; Claudia Díaz-Pérez; J. Adam Holbrook 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, 2009

The Canadian Fuel Cell Cluster began its integration in the eighties in response to military intelligence policy recommendations, but its particular configuration and dynamics have been changing over time. This paper presents a longitudinal analysis of its development. Fieldwork was done through interviews conducted in 2005 and 2007-8. Results show some ways in which the role of the main actors, ...


Mean-Variance Model for Venture Investment Decision-Making

Zhenwu Zhao 2008 4th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing, 2008

In this paper a mean-variance model for venture investment decision making has been developed. The model is based on fuzzy simulation method with fuzzy variable. In particular it builds upon the grounded framework. Then we can use the proposed framework to select the projects. The results of the numerical example show that the presented framework is implemented easily and is ...


Technology Incubators and the Entrepreneurial Behavior of New Technology-Based Firms

Jie Chen 2011 International Conference of Information Technology, Computer Engineering and Management Sciences, 2011

This paper aims to explore the role of incubators in fostering the establishment and growth of new technology-based firms through empirical methods, and the samples are composed of 228 new technology-based firms. The empirical results indicate that incubator's selection and network service function works well, and should make efforts in improving new technology-based firm's performance and promoting innovations output. On-incubator ...


Venture capital and new venture growth: A comparative study between India and China

Fang-cheng Tang; Ru-qing Wei First International Technology Management Conference, 2011

This paper analyzes the background of global venture capital market. Then, a comparative study method is employed to investigate the capital amount, industry distribution, and investment project types, based on the data of venture capital market in China and India from 2001 to 2008 year. Subsequently, this study discusses the similarities and differences of venture capital investment of India and ...


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Leveraging the Wisdom of Crowds: Designing an IT-Supported Ideas Competition for an ERP Software Company

Winfried Ebner; Marco Leimeister; Ulrich Bretschneider; Helmut Krcmar Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2008), 2008

"Crowdsourcing" is currently one of the most discussed key words within the open innovation community. The major question for both research and business is how to find and lever the enormous potential of the "collective brain". This research in progress paper provides an approach for finding and leveraging innovations for an ERP software company among its user base. This is ...


Globalization of innovation and dynamics of a regional innovation network: The case of the Canadian Fuel Cell Cluster

Ricardo Arechavala-Vargas; Claudia Díaz-Pérez; J. Adam Holbrook 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, 2009

The Canadian Fuel Cell Cluster began its integration in the eighties in response to military intelligence policy recommendations, but its particular configuration and dynamics have been changing over time. This paper presents a longitudinal analysis of its development. Fieldwork was done through interviews conducted in 2005 and 2007-8. Results show some ways in which the role of the main actors, ...


Mean-Variance Model for Venture Investment Decision-Making

Zhenwu Zhao 2008 4th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing, 2008

In this paper a mean-variance model for venture investment decision making has been developed. The model is based on fuzzy simulation method with fuzzy variable. In particular it builds upon the grounded framework. Then we can use the proposed framework to select the projects. The results of the numerical example show that the presented framework is implemented easily and is ...


Technology Incubators and the Entrepreneurial Behavior of New Technology-Based Firms

Jie Chen 2011 International Conference of Information Technology, Computer Engineering and Management Sciences, 2011

This paper aims to explore the role of incubators in fostering the establishment and growth of new technology-based firms through empirical methods, and the samples are composed of 228 new technology-based firms. The empirical results indicate that incubator's selection and network service function works well, and should make efforts in improving new technology-based firm's performance and promoting innovations output. On-incubator ...


Venture capital and new venture growth: A comparative study between India and China

Fang-cheng Tang; Ru-qing Wei First International Technology Management Conference, 2011

This paper analyzes the background of global venture capital market. Then, a comparative study method is employed to investigate the capital amount, industry distribution, and investment project types, based on the data of venture capital market in China and India from 2001 to 2008 year. Subsequently, this study discusses the similarities and differences of venture capital investment of India and ...


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  • Notes

    In the first three and a half years of its existence, Fairchild Semiconductor developed, produced, and marketed the device that would become the fundamental building block of the digital world: the microchip. Founded in 1957 by eight former employees of the Schockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Fairchild created the model for a successful Silicon Valley start-up: intense activity with a common goal, close collaboration, and a quick path to the market (Fairchild's first device hit the market just ten months after the company's founding). Fairchild Semiconductor was one of the first companies financed by venture capital, and its success inspired the establishment of venture capital firms in the San Francisco Bay area. These firms would finance the explosive growth of Silicon Valley over the next several decades. This history of the early years of Fairchild Semiconductor examines the technological, business, and social dynamics behind its innovative products. The centerpiece of the book is a collection of documents, reproduced in facsimile, including the company's first prospectus; ideas, sketches, and plans for the company's products; and a notebook kept by cofounder Jay Last that records problems, schedules, and tasks discussed at weekly meetings. A historical overview, interpretive essays, and an introduction to semiconductor technology in the period accompany these primary documents.

  • Conclusion

    In the first three and a half years of its existence, Fairchild Semiconductor developed, produced, and marketed the device that would become the fundamental building block of the digital world: the microchip. Founded in 1957 by eight former employees of the Schockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Fairchild created the model for a successful Silicon Valley start-up: intense activity with a common goal, close collaboration, and a quick path to the market (Fairchild's first device hit the market just ten months after the company's founding). Fairchild Semiconductor was one of the first companies financed by venture capital, and its success inspired the establishment of venture capital firms in the San Francisco Bay area. These firms would finance the explosive growth of Silicon Valley over the next several decades. This history of the early years of Fairchild Semiconductor examines the technological, business, and social dynamics behind its innovative products. The centerpiece of the book is a collection of documents, reproduced in facsimile, including the company's first prospectus; ideas, sketches, and plans for the company's products; and a notebook kept by cofounder Jay Last that records problems, schedules, and tasks discussed at weekly meetings. A historical overview, interpretive essays, and an introduction to semiconductor technology in the period accompany these primary documents.

  • Bibliography

    In the first three and a half years of its existence, Fairchild Semiconductor developed, produced, and marketed the device that would become the fundamental building block of the digital world: the microchip. Founded in 1957 by eight former employees of the Schockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Fairchild created the model for a successful Silicon Valley start-up: intense activity with a common goal, close collaboration, and a quick path to the market (Fairchild's first device hit the market just ten months after the company's founding). Fairchild Semiconductor was one of the first companies financed by venture capital, and its success inspired the establishment of venture capital firms in the San Francisco Bay area. These firms would finance the explosive growth of Silicon Valley over the next several decades. This history of the early years of Fairchild Semiconductor examines the technological, business, and social dynamics behind its innovative products. The centerpiece of the book is a collection of documents, reproduced in facsimile, including the company's first prospectus; ideas, sketches, and plans for the company's products; and a notebook kept by cofounder Jay Last that records problems, schedules, and tasks discussed at weekly meetings. A historical overview, interpretive essays, and an introduction to semiconductor technology in the period accompany these primary documents.

  • Crowdfunding: Evidence on the Democratization of Start-up Funding

    This chapter contains sections titled: Oligarchic Funding: Venture Capital and Angel Investors, Democratized Funding: Crowdfunding, Study Methods, Crowdfunding as a Force for Innovation, Appendix: Project Characteristics in Survey, Notes, References

  • Appendix: Semiconductor Technology in the Late 1950s and the Early 1960s

    In the first three and a half years of its existence, Fairchild Semiconductor developed, produced, and marketed the device that would become the fundamental building block of the digital world: the microchip. Founded in 1957 by eight former employees of the Schockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Fairchild created the model for a successful Silicon Valley start-up: intense activity with a common goal, close collaboration, and a quick path to the market (Fairchild's first device hit the market just ten months after the company's founding). Fairchild Semiconductor was one of the first companies financed by venture capital, and its success inspired the establishment of venture capital firms in the San Francisco Bay area. These firms would finance the explosive growth of Silicon Valley over the next several decades. This history of the early years of Fairchild Semiconductor examines the technological, business, and social dynamics behind its innovative products. The centerpiece of the book is a collection of documents, reproduced in facsimile, including the company's first prospectus; ideas, sketches, and plans for the company's products; and a notebook kept by cofounder Jay Last that records problems, schedules, and tasks discussed at weekly meetings. A historical overview, interpretive essays, and an introduction to semiconductor technology in the period accompany these primary documents.

  • Index

    In the first three and a half years of its existence, Fairchild Semiconductor developed, produced, and marketed the device that would become the fundamental building block of the digital world: the microchip. Founded in 1957 by eight former employees of the Schockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Fairchild created the model for a successful Silicon Valley start-up: intense activity with a common goal, close collaboration, and a quick path to the market (Fairchild's first device hit the market just ten months after the company's founding). Fairchild Semiconductor was one of the first companies financed by venture capital, and its success inspired the establishment of venture capital firms in the San Francisco Bay area. These firms would finance the explosive growth of Silicon Valley over the next several decades. This history of the early years of Fairchild Semiconductor examines the technological, business, and social dynamics behind its innovative products. The centerpiece of the book is a collection of documents, reproduced in facsimile, including the company's first prospectus; ideas, sketches, and plans for the company's products; and a notebook kept by cofounder Jay Last that records problems, schedules, and tasks discussed at weekly meetings. A historical overview, interpretive essays, and an introduction to semiconductor technology in the period accompany these primary documents.



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