Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Cisco I-Prize contest workable in Nashville
David Hsieh (left), the Cisco marketing exec who led the year-long I-Prize competition in winners get cash and jobs in a new Cisco venture, told VNC in an interview last week that he'd welcome a chance to make another trip to Nashville to talk about lessons learned during the I-Prize process, which attracted 1,200 ideas. He said he thinks a city like Nashville couple replicate the I-Prize process, capture entrepreneurial energies and perhaps spawn a new venture or two. Read more about it here.