“Rise and fall of corporate accelerators”
Many corporations, when facing the risk of disruption, seek to accelerate their innovation by taking cues from the start-up world. In this talk Lou Kerner, founder of The Social Internet Fund, focuses on how and why only a small subset of corporations will succeed in this paradigm.
“The organization of the event was stellar. The coaching I got was invaluable. The audience was awesome. The other speakers were entertaining and informative. Al-in-all it was a spectacular experience from start to finish.”
Lou Kerner is the founder and senior partner of The Social Internet Fund, which invests in the primary and secondary shares of rapidly growing private technology companies. Previously, Lou was Wall Street’s first social media analyst at Wedbush Securities, where he was the managing director of the private shares group. He also had a distinguished career as an equity analyst following media companies for Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch.