Sydney Morning Herald: “Lose the tickets on yourself to make it in the States”

. . . “It’s really about the entrepreneurial ecosystem in regions of the US,” said Bruce Bachenheimer, professor of management at Pace University in New York. “Silicon Valley, Boston and Cambridge, New York City, the Research Triangle in North Carolina, and Austin Texas. Learn how to plug yourself into that.”

. . . “It’s really about the entrepreneurial ecosystem in regions of the US,” said Bruce Bachenheimer, professor of management at Pace University in New York. “Silicon Valley, Boston and Cambridge, New York City, the Research Triangle in North Carolina, and Austin Texas. Learn how to plug yourself into that.”

Bachenheimer said there’s a difference in American perception between doing business with a company in Australia and doing business with an Australian in the US.

“We see an Australian in America pretty much the way we would view anyone else,” he said. “All kinds of successful businessmen, entrepreneurs, professors, and doctors are from overseas. If they had the wherewithal to make it to the US and are successful, good on them.”

Read the article in the Sydney Morning Herald.

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