Incubator Director and Adjunct Professor, USC
Paul Orlando helps organizations develop and execute on business growth and product development. He developed a panoramic view of company growth from running multiple results-centered innovation programs around the world.
Paul is Founding Director of the Marshall/Greif Incubator at USC (exit), a program for high-potential startups founded by USC students, alumni and faculty/staff. Company members go on to grow revenues 10x, raise tens of millions in funding, and be acquired. Paul is Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at USC. He created and teaches the first university course in analytical growth marketing (growth hacking) and also teaches feasibility analysis. He likes applied math.
Paul also co-founded the first startup accelerator in Hong Kong, AcceleratorHK (exit) and was Program Director at the Laudato Si Challenge, the Vatican-connected startup accelerator in Rome.