Director, Corporate Startup Lab at Carnegie Mellon
This week we feature an interview first launched on Startup Competitors, a partner of The Innovation Series. Mike Kelly talks with Sean Ammirati, a VC, distinguished service professor of entrepreneurship, and director of the Corporate Startup Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.
Sean shares a bit of his history as an entrepreneur and the path that he took to get to where he is today. He also spends some time diving into the similarities and differences between traditional startups and corporate startups, the strengths, and weaknesses of each, and even some of the regulatory aspects of corporate startups.
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