Global Entrepreneurship

How businesses start and grow in industry 4.0

Give your students access to

Weekly live panels with world experts!

By becoming a partner, your students and faculty will get the opportunity to join us every week in a live class with a world expert discussing one topic. Here’s the best part, It’s not a lecture or a recorded video, it’s a live interactive discussion where students and professors get to learn, ask and network with global professionals in their field while opening endless opportunities for a successful future post graduation from your university!

Don’t be limited by local experts with local expertise.
Provide your students the opportunity to acquire knowledge from professionals all around the world!

Graduate students with a radical shift in their mindsets.
When exposed to experts in a consistent manner for a long time, students will start to think big, global and strategically.

1 hour panel

Online and interactive

Once per week

Discussing an emerging topic with a world expert

Students & Alumni

Give students of your department a competitive edge

The world changes everyday. Don't lag behind.

Throughout our sessions, we go over the most advanced topics in entrepreneurship and building businesses. We explore new methodologies and hacks adopted by emerging startups and discuss current challenges & key opportunities that students might pursue!

We know it takes a long time to add new courses, majors and programs into your department.  Students shouldn’t wait till the next semester to acquire new skills from the real world, by then, newer methods and hacks would have been developed. Instead of being always a semester or a year behind where the world is at, students become weekly involved with human kind’s most advanced development. This widens their minds which allows them to come up with much bigger and meaningful projects and puts them on a successful professional track

Universities can’t recruit the world’s top 100 experts in any given field.
 But they can recruit us. And that’s pretty much the same. 

"The next Bill Gates will not start an operating system. The next Larry Page won't start a search engine. The next Mark Zuckerberg won't start a social network company. "
- Peter Thiel
Entrepreneurs need to adapt to new markets, new hacks and develop new skills.

Revealing the next 5 years

through the following topics

Students pursuing the following majors get the most value:

All business majors

Students in any other major who are considering starting their own startup


Each session focuses on one entrepreneurship topic.

Prior starting a business

 We all have a million dollar idea. Successful entrepreneurs need to have a detailed idea of what they’re getting into before jumping in. This means getting out there early to investigate the market, the viability of the idea, the competition, and the industry dynamics.

Guide to the startup phase

We’re in a much less forgiving startup ecosystem. Slow start separates the startup winners and losers. It’s true that you learn from mistakes, but those mistakes don’t necessarily have to be yours. The best practices for prototyping, A/B testing, achieving product market fit, launching strategy, marketing hacks and more.

Global Growth phase

A lot of companies built great products but failed at growing. We will be exploring what works and what doesn’t from real entrepreneurs growing worldwide business. Get the best practices for growth hacking, having a high virality coefficient, targeting different demographics, retaining clients, understanding data, thinking bigger and more

Accelerators, Angels & Venture capitals

You’re going to raise money at some point. Whether it’s for creating the first prototype, starting up or growing. It’s crucial to know when and how to attract investors. When it’s not a good idea to ask money and how much you should raise. Input from the top VCs, investors and founder in the world will guide us through their fund raising experience.

Market trends you can’t afford to ignore

There’s a reason why certain companies grow suddenly and become global early on. Successful entrepreneurs are the ones who understand the market really well and jump in with an innovative business idea that is at the right time, in the right place.  In this segment we go over the best practices and trends that will shape the next 5 years in business, human behavior and entrepreneurship.

Industry secrets

Each sector is completely different than the other and should be treated as such. General advise and tips are often misleading and don’t go over what really works in a specific sector. In this segment we bring the best entrepreneurs and experts in Health & Wellbeing, AI, blockchain, Robotics, Wearable Tech, BioTech, E-commerce, FinTech, Cybersecurity, EdTech, gaming and more.

Industry 4.0 mindset

The next Bill Gates will not start an operating system. The next Mark Zuckerberg won’t start a social network company. The next Larry Page won’t start a search engineEntrepreneurs are often inspired by success stories that took place 10 or 20 years ago. Not knowing that what worked then will fail miserably now. Entrepreneurs of the next 5 to 10 years have a new and completely different mindset. In this category, we talk and learn from founders who are on the edge of disrupting life as we know it and discover what’s the new mindset of innovation.

Legal guide 

There are endless cases where startups fail or entrepreneurs quit because of a legal issue they weren’t aware of until later on. It’s essential to talk with the most experienced lawyers focused on entrepreneurship to know how to set up correctly and avoid deadly legal mistakes made by entrepreneurs.

Global university partner

Program starts in July 2020