Articles by Dimitri Dadiomov, US

Dimitri Dadiomov, US

Dimitri Dadiomov is currently studying at Harvard Business School. Dimitri graduated from Stanford University and has worked and studied in the buzzing entrepreneurial centers of San Francisco, Seattle, Tel Aviv, Berlin, and now Boston, working on both the startup and the venture capital sides of the table. Dimitri loves to spend time drinking coffee, sitting around airports, and writing about himself in the third person.


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When Silicon Valley eats Wall Street

The magic of Silicon Valley is not only that entrepreneurs take on ambitious startups—it’s that they often take on ambitious startups they know little about. They pick opportunities that seem promising even if they are outside of their own personal core competencies, and they figure it out. Move fast and break things. Throw ideas on…

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Building the Next Silicon Valley: Your Regulations are my Opportunity

 Countries can build the next Silicon Valley by turning smart regulation into a competitive advantage   Jeff Bezos famously said, “Your margin is my opportunity,” and built a colossus of American business to take advantage of that. Amazon has become a dominant engine powering Seattle’s economy, reshaping downtown Seattle, creating jobs, and helping Seattle beat…

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