ENTREPRENEURIAL THOUGHT LEADERS SEMINAR – MS&E472 etl.stanford.edu Terman Auditorium Wednesday 4:30-5:30 PM January 16, 2002 bases.stanford.edu stvp.stanford.edu Winter Speaker Line-up Speaker Biography Jan 9 Ken Wirt Palm, Inc. Heidi Roizen Managing Director - Mobius Venture Capital Jan 16 Heidi Roizen Heidi Roizen's career has included roles as an Mobius Venture Capital entrepreneur, CEO, large corporation executive, and most recently as a corporate director and venture capitalist to Jan 23 Judy Estrin leading technology companies. Packet Design Today, Heidi is a managing Director of Mobius Venture Jan 30 Gary Bloom Capital (formerly Softbank Venture Capital,) a venture fund Veritas Software with $2.5 billion under management, focused in early stage technology companies. She serves on the Boards of Directors of iPrint.com Feb 6 Laura Jennings (Nasdaq: IPRT), New Moon Systems, BroadDaylight and Trapezo. She is an Atlas Venture advisory board member of Time Domain Corporation. She is also a member of the Alumni Trustee Nominating Committee of Stanford University. Feb 13 Geoffrey Moore The Chasm Group/ Mohr Davidow Ventures Prior to this, Heidi was VP of Worldwide Developer Relations for Apple Computer (Nasdaq: AAPL). Before joining Apple, she served for 13 years as CEO of Feb 20 Julian Nikolchev T/Maker Company, a successful software developer and publisher. Heidi is a AVAcore Technologies past president of the Software Publisher's Association and has served as a Public Governor of the Pacific Exchange. Feb 27 Ed Zander Sun Microsystems She has a BA and an MBA from Stanford University. Announcements 1. The Mayfield Fellows Program is a 9 month work/study program (spring, summer, fall) on high technology entrepreneurship for juniors, seniors, and co-terminal masters students. Detailed information about the program can be found at: http://stvp.stanford.edu/teach/mayfield.html. An info session will be held today, Jan16, 5:30 - 6:30 in Terman Auditorium. 2. Entrepreneur's Challenge Workshop and Mixer, “The New-new Economy: How to Succeed” will be held in Packard Electrical Engineering Bldg., Room 101 on Thursday, Jan 17th, 6:30PM. There will be a presentation by Alan Chung (AOL; former CEO of iAmaze) from 6:30-7PM and food and focused discussions of emerging markets from 7-8PM. 3. The GSB presents: Winning Globally: Organizing for Global Impact, a conference focused on the increased complexity that globalization entails for all business managers, with an emphasis on the specific challenges faced by global firms. The conference will be held on Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at the Schwab Residential Center. Visit www.winningglobally.com for more info. 4. Entrepreneur's Challenge Workshop, “How to Write a Great Executive Summary” will be held in Packard Electrical Engineering Bldg., Room 101 on Thursday, Jan 24, 6:30PM. The featured speaker will be George Zachary (General Partner, Mohr, Davidow Ventures). 5. BASES Start-up Job Fair (February 9) application for companies is up. For more information on the BASES Start-up Job Fair, and to apply to be on the company invite list, please go to http://bases.stanford.edu/job_fair.html 6. The Stanford Biomedical Technology Innovation Program is now accepting fellowship applications. For more information, visit: http://innovation.stanford.edu Head Course Assistant BASES ETL Team Elita Cheung: firstname.lastname@example.org Philip Dhingra: email@example.com Faculty Sponsor Raj Bhatnagar: firstname.lastname@example.org Tom Kosnik: email@example.com Kevin Wu: firstname.lastname@example.org ENTREPRENEURIAL THOUGHT LEADERS SEMINAR – MS&E472 etl.stanford.edu Terman Auditorium Wednesday 4:30-5:30 PM January 16, 2002 bases.stanford.edu stvp.stanford.edu Notes BASES and STVP would like to thank our sponsors, who help us to develop the next generation of entrepreneurs. STVP is supported by generous grants from the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and the Price Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies. BASES is supported by Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, a BASES Platinum Sponsor in 2001-2002. In addition, many entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and companies have donated time and funds. For a complete list of STVP's and BASES' sponsors, please visit our web sites. Each lecture is broadcast live on SITN channel E2 and via Stanford Online within two hours of the conclusion of the seminar. In addition, all presentations during the quarter are archived and made available through Stanford Online. Please see http://etl.stanford.edu and click on the Stanford Online link to view all lectures online.
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