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Burrill's Laws on Entrepreneurship - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
Date: 2/21/2007
Length: 5 minutes
Speaker(s): G. Steven Burrill
Sources: Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Description: According to Burrill, some of the important laws in entrepreneurship are: 1) The importance of balance in teams; 2) Understanding the market place and how technology helps in creating market share; 3) Raising barriers to entry;
and 4) Financing and importance of tactics more than strategy.

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Burrill's Laws on Entrepreneurship - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
G. Steven Burrill
2/21/2007
Summary: According to Burrill, some of the important laws in entrepreneurship are: 1) The importance of balance in teams; 2) Understanding the market place and how technology helps in creating market share; 3) Raising barriers to entry;
and 4) Financing and importance of tactics more than strategy. Watch More
How to Build a Successful Company - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
G. Steven Burrill
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Summary: Steve Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Co., talks about basic methods of building a successful company. He describes spending time in understanding the industry and building expertise, developing a new model by doing things
differently rather than trying to change the model of a big company, and creating capacity to have more time. Watch More
Making Money in the Life Sciences Venture Business - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
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2/21/2007
Summary: Despite the huge investments, regulatory burdens, and uncertain market place, Burrill talks about how venture businesses investing in the life sciences industry make money. He stresses the importance of creating a perceived value
(which is much higher than the actual value) as well as taking advantage of global arbitrage of technology having a higher value in certain parts of the world as compared to others. Watch More
Starting a Biotech Company - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
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Summary: Burrill talks about how starting a biotech company is different from starting any other company in the world. In other companies, it is the customer who decides whether you will succeed, Burrill says. For a biotech company, the
customer is 10 to 15 years away. There is a huge importance of regulators standing between you and the customer. Additionally, in the healthcare world, most of the products in the market increase the cost of the system. Finally, a biotech
company is global from the day it has started. Watch More
Success Paths for Entrepreneurs, VCs and Merchant Bankers - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
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Summary: As an entrepreneur, Burrill says, it is essential to constantly challenge backhand knowledge, differentiate information from insight, and have a healthy aggressive attitude towards trying to build something of value. A VC chooses
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