About Rohit Shukla

Rohit Shukla is chief executive officer and founder of Larta Institute, an internationally-recognized technology accelerator he founded in 1993 to focus on transforming ideas into enterprises that “feed the world, fuel the world and heal the world.” An internationally-recognized thought leader on innovation, commercialization and enterprise- and technology-led economic development, he has written extensively on venture capital, sector-led innovation in wireless, telecommunications and the life sciences, and on entrepreneurship, research-based enterprises, commercialization and government policy.

On Silly Silicon names, the Network Centric Model, and the New Global Game

By | May 15th, 2012|2 Comments

Examining the virtues and values of ecosystems, and in conversation with T2VC’s Victor Hwang, seeking to find a replacement for the term “innovation”. Around the world, regions, governments, entrepreneurial support [...]

When Clusters Don’t Suffice, A Networked Approach Answers the Needs of High Growth Entrepreneurs

By | April 28th, 2012|0 Comments

It is no secret that entrepreneurship drives economic growth, especially in an economic downturn when job creation is key, thus pushing support mechanisms for high growth entrepreneurs to the forefront [...]

International Commercialization Forum Gathers Thought Leaders to Capitalize on Commercial Potential

By | April 26th, 2012|0 Comments

At the 2nd annual International Commercialization Forum in Toronto in March 2010, it was more than heartening to see that the notion of building, cultivating, expanding and incorporating networks into [...]