Tag Archives: Global venture capital

written by: Bruce Mitchell edited and published by: William Billeaud Environmental Permitting Procedure It is important during the entire process that you ask as many questions with knowledgeable people as you can find in order to get detail, different perspectives and to determine consistency from different sources. This applies to locating equipment vendors, determining utility […]

 written by William Billeaud   In the New York Times bestseller, The Athena Doctrine, we are taken around the world to look at stories of women and men who are innovating with the skills and values commonly associated with women such as cooperation, communication and sharing.  An interesting change is indeed taking place in Israel, […]

Written by William Billeaud Kenya is a poor but rapidly growing nation with a population of 42 million and a per capita GDP of less than one thousand dollars. In the last decade, however, six of the ten fastest-growing economies in the world were in Africa.  A lot of this has to do with the […]

Written by: William J. Billeaud, President and Managing Partner of Lombard Global, Inc. Assisted by: Aliana Ferenczi, Global Marketing Representative of Lombard Global, Inc. and Matthew Hinson   Venture capital has a long history in the United States. Along with MIT President Karl Compton, Ralph Flanders, Merrill Griswold, and Donald K. David, French-born Georges Doriot founded the venture […]