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Innovate Pasadena Spotlights Skild CEO, Anil Rathi, as Democratizer of Online Creativity Contests

Innovate Pasadena is a community organization committed to advancing greater Pasadena as a center of technology and design innovation by promoting collaboration across business and education to attract companies, entrepreneurs, innovators and capital to the broader community.

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Anil's latest post in Inc., "For Entrepreneurs Unable To Attend CES, Here Are 5 Must Follow Reporters"

For you busy entrepreneurs unable to attend the big show in Vegas this year (like me), here are five reporters I'm following on Twitter to keep up with all things #CES.

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How Facing My Fears Made Me A Better Entrepreneur by Anil Rathi

Another post in Inc. from Skild's Founder & CEO, Anil Rathi -

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Skild's Founder & CEO, Anil Rathi pens post for Harvard Business Review

To Encourage Innovation, Make It a Competition

The competition format has fueled major successes in business. Fortune 500 companies like AT&T and American Express often sponsor online creativity contests to inspire innovation among their customers, while Kickstarter and other crowdfund platforms have ideas compete to win funding. And organizations can also use competitions to drive innovation...

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Skild Founder, Anil Rathi, is one of seven honored in "Forward under 40 Awards"

Each year, the University of Wisconsin - Madison Alumni Association recognizes graduates who embody the "Wisconsin Ideal" by positively impacting society.  We're proud to announce that Skild Founder and CEO, Anil Rathi, was chosen as one of seven leaders to receive this prestigious honor.

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NYSE Interview with Anil Rathi of CEO of Skild; Winner, Jennifer Clinehens; and AT&T's Sam Zellner

Check out this interview with Anil Rathi, creator of the Innovation Challenge and CEO of Skild; Jennifer Clinehens, leader of the winning team from the 2011 Innovation Challenge; and Sam Zellner, Executive Director of Innovation at AT&T.

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Red Hat Launches Opensource.com

 

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