Sep 25, 2015
Interesting course! Strongly opened my mind further on understanding entrepreneurship success, its impact on business and communities development as well as jobs creation.\n\nThanks
Apr 25, 2019
Review classmate assignment or work some times make me difficulties due to not found it properly. Need easy to searching.
by Ian D•
Sep 12, 2015
This is not the entrepreneurship primer I was hoping for, but it did a tremendous job of educating me on the different ways in which public and private partnerships can potentially spur the growth of entrepreneurship in a region if utilized effectively.
Aug 29, 2016
Interesting course on how the startup ecosystem was build in Cleveland, Ohio. Especially interesting was to tell and read about how the startup ecosystem in the Netherlands and the countries of the fellow students look like. I would recommend this course when you're interested in how startup ecosystems work (and why sometimes they don't work)
by José L C•
Oct 23, 2016
Good course for people involved in the design of public policies. This course is perfect to politics and CEOs, people with the money to invest or the ability to organice big group of people and educate them to invest.
by Paweł M•
Sep 05, 2017
A plenty of resources, but feels shallow in a way it focuses on Cleveland, Ohio too much.
Sep 25, 2015
The course touches the topic very lightly. There are transitioning economies around the globe in dire need of start ups and the overall entrepreneurship spirit of Silicon Valley. I wish the course had provided deeper knowledge on this particular subject, specially focused on The Americas.
by Lauren A•
Oct 31, 2019
I am really happy I didn't pay for this course. While some of the readings were interesting, I found that the videos were so redundant and hard to follow. Also, half of the links for reading assignments do not work or require a subscription (i.e. The Economist). Why don't you post PDFs like most other classes require? This course is not worthy of money.