Separation from Nokia's Core Business 
Separation from Nokia's Core Business
by Stanford / Stephanie Keller-Bottom
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Date Added: January 31, 2010

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According to Keller-Bottom, when you are in a big company and trying to do something that differs with the core business of the company, then you are going to face a lot of resistance early on. Innovent faced this when it differentiated itself from the core business of Nokia, she says.

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Course Description

Stephanie Keller-Bottom lectures on Entrepreneurship for Stanford University students, April 26, 2006. As leader of the Innovent team, Stephanie Keller-Bottom draws upon over 17 years of of executive leadership roles in creating new marketplaces for Fortune 500 companies like Hewlett Packard, Citibank/Citicorp and Visa. Ms. Keller-Bottom joined Nokia's venturing organization in 1998, the entity charged with corporate renewal and innovation. In 2000, she established Innovent, the entrepreneurial innovation unit within Nokia that explores emerging markets and the opportunities they create. In this Stanford lecture, she talks about building your business and working with your investor.

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Last Updated: Mon, Jul 24, 2006

Course Details:
- Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Speaker Series
- Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner (ecorner)

Original Course Name: Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Speaker Series.


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