Start-Up Chile is a program funded by the Chilean government that aims to attract early-stage global entrepreneurs. In this audio interview Stanford Social Innovation correspondent Ashkon Jafari talks with Nicolas Shea, the innovation and entrepreneurship advisor to the Chilean minister of economy, about how the program offers $40,000 grants and one-year visas to entrepreneurs who agree to live and work on a new high-tech venture for six months in Santiago. Nicolas discusses how the program began, its goals and vision, and some of the enterprises currently being seeded.