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One of New York TOP 100 most influential persons invites Latvian entrepreneurs to discuss ideas

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Founder of SinglePlatform.com and one of the TOP 100 most influential people of New York, Wiley Cerilli, invites all those who have new and innovative ideas to participate in Lattelecom’s 8th international conference “Innovation Economy 2013th Idea. Business. Result.”

Baltic news, News from Latvia, BNN.LV, BNN-NEWS.COM, BNN-NEWS.RUIn his presentation, Cerilli noted that he will be present at the conference all day until evening. Therefore, any person that has a business plan and wants Cerilli to give advice on it can talk to him there.

Three things Cerilli recommends for all young entrepreneurs to consider are:

1.Concentrate on a specific field of business and be the best in it, not a jack of all trades;

2.Define clear short-term goals you can actually achieve. Do not plan too far ahead and forget about the present;

3.Don’t concentrate on your competitors. Concentrate on your work.

Lattelecom’s 8th international conference “Innovation Economy 2013th Idea. Business. Result” will be held in Riga, Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija, 11:00-16:00, October 24.

Live broadcast of the conference can be accessed here. It will also be available for subscribers of Lattelecom’s TV 113 channel.

One of the most important aspects of having successful innovations be carried out is an education system that is aimed at professional development. This creates good conditions for innovators to enter the market. This topic will be explored by the head of Finland’s Centre for International Mobility and Cooperation Pasi Sahlberg.

The conference will also discuss the matter of funding availability and internet opportunities. This will be presented by SinglePlatform creator Wiley Cerilli.

The founder of RocketHub.com Brian Meece discusses the idea of crowd-funding different projects.

Editor of the prestigious Global Innovation Index Bruno Lanvin will present development aspects that allow individuals to become participants of active innovation race.

Programme:

11:00-11:10: Opening speech of President of Latvia Andris Berzins.

11:10-11:30: Opening speech of Lattelecom Chairman Juris Gulbis.

11:30-12:00: Development-oriented education system presentation by Pasi Sahberg, Finland.

12:00-12:30: Wiley Cerilli, USA presents his insight into innovations and innovative approach to business.

12:30-13:30: Break

13:30-14:00: Funding for innovations – more and more available. Brian Meece, USA (founder of RocketHub.com) presents his insight.

14:00-14:30: Latvia’s experience in innovative business approaches by Uldis Pilens, founder of UPB Holdings.

14:30-15:00: Break

15:00-15:30: International experience in realization of innovative products by Paul Adams, Ireland (worked on the development of Facebook and Google products).

15:30-16:00: Innovation competition in a global context by Bruno Lanvin, France, editor of Global Innovation Index.

16:00-16:15: Conclusion of Lattelecom’s 8th international conference.

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