Paul Orlando

Director of USC Incubator Program & Adjunct Professor for the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
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BRI
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105C

MBA, Columbia University; BA, Cornell University

As Director of the USC Marshall/Greif Incubator, Paul works with businesses founded by USC students, alumni and faculty and teach Growth Hacking and Venture Initiation at USC. He has also co-founded and led startup accelerators and incubators based in Hong Kong, Rome and online.

Paul previously co-founded a communication technology startup and was a hackathon winner at TechCrunch Disrupt. He wrote a book on unit economics called Growth Units.

His other focus areas include understanding the way timing (the "Why Now" question) impacts startup success.
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