This week we went on a business trip to Silicon Valley as part of my university course and visited some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world and got an insight of the companies in the most influential place for entrepreneurship. The trip gave as an opportunity to get to know the culture there and learn how to generate new ideas and creating successful innovative companies. One of the most important ‘rule’ there is that failure is welcome as long as you learn from it. We were fortunate enough to meet some of the founders of the multi-billion tech companies, so keep an eye on my creative economy blog as a lot of context from Silicon Valley is on its way to you.
Our first day we spent at Palo Alto, which is especially famous as California’s most educated city and therefore one of the most expensive cities in the United States as its residents are founders of a variety of famous tech Silicon Valley companies. All the founders we meet there were very down to earth and happily shared their experience with hungry for knowledge students. See below what was my ‘dress code’.