What Surfing Can Teach You About Entrepreneurship – Yahoo Finance

Strongest Clean Technology Innovators Win Northeast Regional Business Competition – Yahoo Finance

Its the kind of awareness that requires diligence and astute attention to detail. 2.Charge Play is the highest form of research. – Albert Einstein In surfing, you have the option to sit on the shoulder or sit on the peak of the wave. When that set wave approaches, it can be intimidating because you know youre in the right spot and your friends are hooting at you to go. As the wave approaches, you only have two options: paddle over the top, or turn and charge. Entrepreneurship requires you to charge. Theres no paddling over the sets or sitting on the shoulder. You have to go for the set wave, peer over the ledge, paddle in, pick a line, put your head down, and take off.
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Sponsors include Chevron, Wells Fargo, University of Phoenix, Arrow, Parc, MassCEC, NYSERDA, National Grid, NECEC Institute, Foley Hoag, Novozymes, Mintz Levin, Saint-Gobain, EnerNOC, Commerce RI, Silicon Valley Bank, Maine Technology Institute, Plano and Simple, Future360, and Greentown Labs National Grid 3 minutes ago Content preferences Done BOSTON, Oct. 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast Division of Cleantech Open, the world’s largest cleantech accelerator, announced four Regional Winners today: Drinkwell (Boston, MA), ecoVent (Boston, MA), Full Circle Feed (Syracuse, NY), and Sol Power blog url (Somerville, MA). The Regional Winners each receive prizes of $30,000 in cash and in-kind services. These companies will also represent the region at the Cleantech Open Global Forum in San Francisco, CA on November 12th and 13th, where they will compete with emerging environmental and energy technology firms throughout the nation for the National Grand Prize of $200,000 in cash and services. The four regional winners were selected and announced by a judging panel of top cleantech business leaders at the annual Northeast Innovation Expo and Awards Gala. More than 300 people from across the region, including entrepreneurs, business leaders and public officials attended the event, which was held October 28th at the Boston University School of Management. The judging panel included Marcy Reed, President of National Grid in Massachusetts and Alicia Barton, CEO of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC).
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