Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke today at the launch of The Oxford Foundry, a new co-working space and incubator for Oxford University students, faculty and staff.
We know that millennials desire to be more socially responsible, impactful and make change. They don’t want to reinvent the wheel, they want to change the way it’s done. The Oxford Foundry is an environment where these endeavors will be supported. It will encourage ideas to be pursued and taking risks will be part of the learning.
Cook talks about how he got started out of post-secondary education, how he found direction in life, and how he joined Apple. Cook also discusses how Apple tries to stay close to its customers and how entrepreneurs can get started in the right direction.
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