final paper_Essay - Josh Wolfe Josh Wolfe was by far the...

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Josh Wolfe Josh Wolfe was by far the best speaker for me personally this semester. It was during the speech of this ’99 Cornell graduate that I was intrigued and learned valuable lessons. As the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of a venture capitalist firm called Lux Capital that focuses on nano-technology, Josh created a complete picture of the technology commercialization process. The speaker successfully collected facts from many different origins in order to keep his speech interesting. The topic of discussion also helped collect the attention of the audience. His skills as a columnist at Forbes Magazine also helped him to more easily explain his thoughts to his audience. All of this led to an overall presentation that I felt was the most effective in influencing my views of the technology commercialization process. In his early twenties Josh worked for world-renowned banks such as Salomon Smith Barney, Prudential, and Merrill Lynch. However, a change of career was in order and Josh entered the world of venture capital, a quite similar industry. “It’s a bit different
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