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David Deeds

Schulze Professor of Entrepreneurship / Schulze School of Entrepreneurship / University of St. Thomas

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Versare, Inc. - The Accidental Fax
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Versare, which makes portable walls, fold-down beds, and similar products for businesses and institutions, is an entrepreneurial venture in crisis. They have received a fax from a distributor that Read More...
Category: Case Studies
Author: David Deeds
Meet Your New Marketing Team: the Regulators
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For new products, regulation provides a halo of legitimacy that money can't buy. Here's why. Read More...
Ann Winblad, Entrepreneur and Venture Capitalist
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In a candid interview with EIX's David Deeds, Ann Winblad, co-founder and managing director of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, shares her war stories -- including her earliest entrepreneurial Read More...
Category: Interviews
Author: David Deeds
Trust But Verify: How Startups Can Build Healthy Strategic Alliances
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For entrepreneurs, doing business with friends can be perilous. Read More...
Successful Entrepreneurs Take Action
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When launching or running a company, doing is better than deliberating. Entrepreneurs need to dig in and get things done. Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: David Deeds
EIX: A Resource for Entrepreneurship Educators and Their Students
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Are you looking for high-quality new material to enrich your entrepreneurship courses and freshen up the syllabus? Are you tired of making students pay for subscription resources? Do your students Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: David Deeds
How Do You Know When It's Safe to Quit Your Day Job?
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On November 29, Rewire hosted a Facebook Live Q&A entitled, "How Do You Know When It's Safe to Quit Your Day Job?," led by David Deeds, Schulze Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: David Deeds

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Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action - TEDxPuget Sound
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action - TEDxPuget Sound

Simon Sinek presents a simple but very powerful idea: the power of "why," specifically the power of creating a purpose, a cause or a belief that motivates others. If you are leading a startup, group or team, creating a shared purpose is perhaps the most important outcome you can achieve. When motivated to achieve a profit, people show up. When motivated by a cause that consumes them, people walk through walls. http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action?language=en

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