Empowering Entrepreneurs with GRID
Emre Toker is a scientist, professor of entrepreneurship and innovation, and angel investor who began his entrepreneurial journey in the bazaars of Istanbul. He has served as senior Mentor-in-Residence at the University of Arizona’s McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship as well as the Managing Director of Washington University’s Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Emre to discuss his book, The Pantheon and the Mortuary, in which GRID features prominently as a platform for students of business and entrepreneurship to explore assumptions and learn how to better inform and articulate their ideas.
“[GRID] provides a perfect platform for students, entrepreneurs, and even myself, to deal logically with the fact that we're swimming in a sea of unknowns, and we need to put some structure on those unknowns and not let it dissuade us from continuing with the idea”, Emre explains.