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【IP2 Scale Out x Expert Lecture】Exploring Entrepreneurship Essentials: Silicon Valley Dynamics, Entrepreneurial Mindset, and Desert Simulation

This year, i2i collaborates with international incubation partner East Coast accelerator EntreCamp to launch the IP2 Scale Out Program, assisting Taiwanese talents in participating in expert-guided courses and attending entrepreneurship lectures.





The course curriculum is structured around six key components:

  1. Exploring participants' favorite entrepreneurs and their strategic thinking.

  2. GOAT Mountain: Understanding the success journey of iconic figure Kobe Bryant, realizing the crucial importance of "never giving up" belief for success, and adopting the three-stage approach: setting clear goals, maintaining steady work plans, and being willing to take risks and strive for success, applicable not only on the basketball court but also in the entrepreneurial battlefield.

  3. Understanding the entrepreneurial ecosystem and characteristics of Silicon Valley.

  • Silicon Valley's uniqueness lies in its ability to foster an excellent entrepreneurial ecosystem, key to establishing an environment conducive to talent entrepreneurship, innovation, knowledge sharing, and collaborative cooperation, rather than solely investing in infrastructure or imitating external characteristics of Silicon Valley.

  • Causality: The development of excellent startups catalyzes the formation of the Silicon Valley entrepreneurial ecosystem. It is not the Silicon Valley ecosystem that makes it easier for startups to succeed. Causality cannot be reversed.

  • Feedback loop: The essence of Silicon Valley lies in its collective memory of success and failure; knowledge and experience are the real assets.

  • The secret of Silicon Valley's success: The core of Silicon Valley's success lies in "talent" and "technological innovation."

  • Building a successful ecosystem: The key is to attract and retain world-class talent through:

    • Relaxing immigration policies while maintaining a favorable environment.

    • Encouraging cultural shifts to make entrepreneurship a viable career path.

    • Recognizing that cultural change takes time and effort.

  • Creating safe havens:

    • Establishing an environment where excellent talents can innovate freely and promoting a culture of innovation.

    • Forming talent communities to share experiences and reduce the risk of startup failures.

  1. Angela Lee Duckworth's TED Talk: "Grit and Growth Mindset"

  • Entrepreneurship requires not only good ideas but also sufficient passion and execution.

  • Sometimes, leaving a comfortable high-paying job to pursue one's goals may be a necessary choice. The speaker shares their journey of leaving a high-paying consulting job and choosing to teach in a public school in New York.

  • IQ is not the sole factor for success; more comes from grit, the ability to overcome challenges.

  1. Analyzing the skills and traits of entrepreneurs.

  2. Enhancing team capabilities through the Desert Simulation Exercise.





This expert lecture aims to help domestic startups gain a deep understanding of entrepreneurship and apply it in practice, emphasizing the importance of participating in and establishing entrepreneurial ecosystems in nurturing successful entrepreneurs, allowing talents to gather and explore growth together. This establishment of entrepreneurial culture and mutual assistance in the startup ecosystem is the mission of the i2i team, hoping to continue assisting in linking Taiwan and international ecosystems and promoting mutual development.

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