Mario Morino often makes speeches and presentations around the Morino Institutes focus issues. Here are some of his presentations about Stimulating New Economy entrepreneurship.
2005: Digital Capital of the New EconomyA One-Year Retrospective outlines a view of the future for the Greater Washington region. Mario Morino shares his vision of a connected community-one where ideas, information and trust flow freely, breaking down traditional geographic and industry barriers. These comments were presented at Potomac Conference XII, sponsored by the Greater Washington Board of Trade.
In the column, NetpreneursA New Breed of Entrepreneur?, Mario Morino discusses key attributes of the New Economy and success factors for netpreneurs. The column was originally published in May, 1999, for the Perspectives series on E-commerce for EntreWorld, a Web site coordinated by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Advancing the New Economy in the District of Columbia At the launch of the DC Tech Council on March 26, 1999, Mario Morino shared a vision and a call to action for all who are interested in harnessing the region's economic forceinformation and communicationfor the District of Columbia. The DC Tech Council is the voice of the technology industry in the District of Columbia. Its purpose is to foster economic growth and development of its member companies, the industry and the District of Columbia.
In 2005: Digital Capital of the New Economy, Mario Morino revisits the five-point call to action, presented in 2005: Digital Capital of the New Economy, and examines how the region has fared on each point. These remarks were presented at Potomac Conference XIV. The conference, a project of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, was the fourteenth annual convening of a representative group of the region's leadership from the public and private sectors to consider the long-term future of the Greater Washington region.
The Netpreneur: Innovator of the Digital Age was presented by Mario Morino at the Digital Footprints Conference in December, 1996. The conference, held after the NII Awards ceremony, provided attendees information on the variety of ways interactive communications is changing our lives.