San Jose, CAUSA 95127
August 14, 2011
IT professional, working with Blueseed, a startup that will create a high-tech visa-free entrepreneurship center based on an ocean vessel 24 miles from Silicon Valley, in international waters.
I'm an early employee at a startup that will create a place where the most driven and most creative from around the world, regardless of US visa status, can partake in the magic of Silicon Valley - an incubatory space for talent to live, work, and play in close physical proximity to the fertile grounds of the San Francisco Bay Area.
I am a developer, but unfortunately I am fully committed to the startup I'm currently involved in.
Yes - Blueseed will provide a creative solution to the serious work-visa related regulatory obstacles with which foreign-born, high-tech entrepreneurs and workers are faced.
Thanks for the interest. Seems to me eventbrite & eventbee is more interested in the ticketing side of the business. Mine (will be called Eventkite) is more about finding events. Think of it as a google/yelp for events.
Thanks for letting me know of this nice website. They have done a good job and we could learn a lot from 43places.com . My website is zeole.com is a location based blogger. While 43places focuses on travel, we focus on blogging in different locations.
Hi, I read your introduction and what you said is really intriguing!