Prior to that, he served as entrepreneur-in-residence and venture partner at Mobius Venture Capital leading their cross-border US-India investment efforts.
What does EIR stand for?
EIR stands for Entrepreneur-In-Residence
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We have 108 other meanings of EIR in our Acronym Attic
- Energy Impulse Response
- Energy Information Strategies for Regulated Markets
- Energy Input Ratio
- Enforcement Investigation Report
- Engineering Information Release (development standards)
- Engineering Information Report
- Engineering Information Request
- Engineering Investigative Report
- Entered Into Rest (headstone abbreviation)
- Entomological Inoculation Rate
- Environmental Impact Report
- Environmental Impact Review
- Environmental Information Regulations
- Equipment Identity Register (Inet)
- Equipment Improvement Recommendation
- Equipment Improvement Report
- Equipment Information Register (GSM)
- Equipment Interchange Receipt
- Equipment Interchange Report (trucking)
- Espace Inter-Ressources (French: Inter-Area Resources)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The entrepreneur-in-residence initiative adds "acceleration services" to the bundle of legal services traditionally provided to emerging companies.
This collection is a valuable resource for entrepreneurs who have reached the crossroads in deciding whether or not they should sell their business," observed William Payne, a Kauffman Foundation entrepreneur-in-residence.
Kusserow is also executive-in-residence at the Advisory Board Company, a publicly traded (ABCO) healthcare research and publishing firm; and entrepreneur-in-residence at DW Healthcare Partners, a venture capital firm focused on healthcare services and technology investments.
Payne, an angel investor and a Kauffman entrepreneur-in-residence.
Additionally, Murray Berkowitz has been appointed Technology Partner, from his previous role of Entrepreneur-In-Residence.
He became the first entrepreneur-in-residence at Benchmark Capital and in 1996 formed the team to start Ariba.
Vashi recently served as an advisor to the Atlanta Technology Development Center (ATDC) in its Entrepreneur-in-Residence program through the Georgia Institute of Technology and holds leadership roles in the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) and The Indus Entrepreneurs organizations.