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StartOut SF and Stanford Pride are proud to present “Entrepreneurship 101: Five Entrepreneurs Share Their Secrets For Building A Successful Business”. This special evening devoted to entrepreneurship will cover the phases of starting and building a business from the viewpoint of five successful entrepreneurs. Our expert panel will discuss how they turned their ideas and passions into great businesses, from their initial concepts to their present-day business operations.
Whether you’re just thinking of starting a business or you’re an experienced entrepreneur looking for new perspectives, join us for an insightful evening of conversation with inspiring entrepreneurs sharing their secrets of how they started and built successful business ventures.
WHEN: Monday, June 4, 6-8 PM
WHERE: Oak West Room at Tresidder Union, Stanford. Here are directions and parking information.
COST: $20 general admission, $10 for current students.
RSVP: Register online
The evening agenda is as follows:
6:00-6:30pm – Networking
6:30-7:30pm – Entrepreneurship Panel
7:30-8:00pm – After-Panel Reception
Do not miss this event – register online now. We hope to see you there!
Sam Altman is a co-founder and CEO of Loopt, a location-based social networking mobile application. Loopt was founded during Altman's sophomore year at Stanford University where he studied computer science with a focus on security and machine learning. Altman sold Loopt to Green Dot Corporation in 2012 for $43.4 million. At Stanford, he helped build an autonomous helicopter navigation system. Altman is also a part-time...
- Co-founder and CEO of Loopt
Patrick Chung is co-head of NEA's Seed-stage investing practice and a founding partner of NEA and Harvard's Experiment Fund (www.xfund.com). He is a director of 23andMe, Euclid, GoodGuide, Lytro, Mapply, and Pulse, and is actively involved with Carezone, Curalate, Fantasy Shopper, Fanhattan, IFTTT, Rock Health, Subtext, and Tivli. In 2011, Patrick was named one of AlwaysOn's "VC Power Players." Prior to joining NEA,...
- Co-head of NEA's Seed-stage investing practice
Carrie Farrell is a member of the Google Ventures team and previously was a Principal at Google.org.
- Google Ventures Team
Joe DiPasquale is a founder of StartOut and a venture investor at HighBAR Partners, the leading early stage and structured growth capital firm founded by Bill Joy, Andreas Bechtolsheim, and Roy Sardina. He is also the founder of Regroup, a powerful group communications platform for organizations. Previously, he worked in Strategy Consulting for Bain, IBM, and McKinsey, and in investment banking at Deutsche Bank. He has...
- Founder of StartOut
Dan Ha is an entrepreneur with interests in education, human psychology, and user experience design. He studied Computer Science at Stanford, focusing on systems architecture. Most recently he co-founded StartX, the Stanford Student Startup Accelerator. He led the team in operations, building the mentorship network, and developing the brand from launch until the Fall of 2011. He is currently working on his own startup...
- Co-founder of StartX