Partners can join Cisco in supporting global problem solvers using tech for good
We invite Cisco partners to join us in supporting entrepreneurs who are using technology to address our world’s problems. Learn more about Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge: Partners 2020.
Let’s do more good, together
Our goal: Positively impact 1 billion people by 2025 1 billion?! That is a pretty big number to strive for, but it is something Cisco committed to back in 2016....
Announcing the 2019 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge Winners
It is with much excitement that I introduce you to the winners of the 2019 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, including the People's Choice Award.
Webex for Growing Businesses
We’re inviting growing businesses to share their Webex success stories on our social media handles, guaranteeing amazing visibility for your small business, and to demonstrate how successful businesses leverage Webex.
Driving a Successful Partnership between Large Corporations and Startups
When startups and big companies work together in a mutually beneficial partnership, they can thrive through faster innovation, greater market share, and hopefully, making magic together for years to come.
From Shark Tank to Cisco – My Journey to Being a Woman in Tech
Sharon B. shares her journey from the Fashion industry, to SHARK TANK, to Cisco. And why she's ready to #LoveWhereYouWork.
Cisco and CARE Invest in Tomorrow’s Global Problem Solvers
As part of CARE’s ScaleX Design Accelerator, Cisco awarded $50,000 to CARE India’s Teaching Resource Labs (TRL) to help build teachers’ capacities in STEM and to build engaging, hands-on learning.
Converging Hyper Co-Innovation Inside and Outside a Big Company
How can companies keep up with the speed of digitization? Here is a proven three-part plan that harnesses innovation best practices from customers, partners, and employees.
Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence Accelerates its Momentum and Extends Corporate Venturing into New Technology Areas with …
Three-and-a-half years ago, an informal brainstorming session among a few us started a broader discussion on how we should co-innovate with the startup ecosystem, which eventually led to the creation of a new corporate venturing program for startups and scaleups - Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence (Cisco EIR) - built on Cisco’s foundation of innovation and market opportunity.