Global Impact: HP's Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs

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Global Impact: HP's Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs

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Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - 11:45am

Bill and Dave founded Hewlett-Packard based on a shared idea about the future of technology. Within a few years, the two visionaries were employing technology solutions to help entrepreneurs around the world turn their own ideas into thriving businesses. 

Although times, terminologies and technologies have continuously changed over the past 74 years, the rise of IT has been steady. For entrepreneurs, business and IT skills are essential to building successful companies.

We, of course, firmly believe in the importance of IT and to make access to training easier, HP created the Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs (HP LIFE). Since 2007, this global program has utilized face-to-face mentorship and e-learning to help more than 2.7 million students and entrepreneurs enhance their skills.

These participants now make up the HP LIFE online community, a resource for sharing stories and helping each other succeed. See for yourself in the video!

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