An Associate of the Davis Center at Harvard University, Daniel has been engaged in technology-related international business projects and in building practical business networks for over 20 years. He has participated personally in three startup companies and has acted as an advisor to a number of established companies. Daniel has assisted several foreign software companies to establish operations in the U.S. market and provided market entry support for U.S. telecom and technology companies entering foreign markets. He has been either the author or co-author of a number of professional articles and studies of innovation practices, most recently as a contributing author for the book Open Innovation Essentials for Small and Medium Enterprises, published by Business Expert Press, 2016. He holds a Master of Law and Diplomacy degree from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, a Juris Doctor degree from Northeastern University Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from James Madison College of Michigan State University.
Episode | September 16th, 2019 | Season 2 | 48 mins 7 secs
hammer and silicon, russian entrepreneurs in the us, soviet diaspora, soviet union
Our guest on this episode is Daniel Satinsky, a business professional and associate of the Davis Center at Harvard University who is an expert on the Soviet diaspora's impact and innovative success in the U.S. economy.