Global Initiatives Outreach to India
April 17, 2009: 7:30 PM - April 23, 2009: 10:00 PM
Join us this April in New Delhi, Mumbai or Bangalore, for an opportunity to hear Professor Scott Meadow speak on entrepreneurship, expand your Booth network, meet current leaders and captains of industry and receive an update from Chicago Booth's Department of Global Initiatives. All alumni, current and newly admitted students, prospective students, and guests of the aforementioned are encouraged to attend. Registration in advance is strongly encouraged as we cannot guarantee admission to walk-ins.
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Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, India
Register for New Delhi on Friday, April 17 at http://boothinitiativesdelhi.eventbrite.com
Register for Mumbai on Wednesday, April 22 at http://boothinitiativesmumbai.eventbrite.com
Register for Bangalore on Thursday, April 23 at http://boothinitiativesbangalore.eventbrite.com
+65 9726 6154
Other InformationPlease visit registration links for details on venue and program in each city.
Risk has always been a part of the adventure of entrepreneurialism. However, in an asset class that is constrained by limited resources, how does one best assess, create and edit a concept while exposing the least amount of cash?
Luck inevitably plays a role, but as in all games of chance, there are specific skills that one may acquire to improve the odds of winning. Professor Scott Meadow’s presentation will outline those analytical skills essential to developing a foundation for success in entrepreneurship.
Scott Meadow (Speaker)
Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship; Faculty Director of Global Initiatives, Chicago Booth School of Business
Since 1982, Scott Meadow has been a principal investor in the private equity industry.
Scott Meadow is the Faculty Director of Global Initiatives and since 2000 has held the position of Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He was awarded the 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 Phoenix Prize for Excellence in Teaching, the first time one has ever been so honored. He was designated by Business Week's "Guide to the Best Business Schools" (2003, 8th edition) and (2005, 9th edition) as one of the ten outstanding entrepreneurial professors in the country. Scott has taught 4000 students at Chicago Booth, in Entrepreneurial Finance and Private Equity, Commercializing Innovation (which he created) and the New Venture Challenge sections.
Scott has over 25 years experience as a general partner with four venture capital and private equity firms including William Blair Venture Partners, The Frontenac Company, The Sprout Group, and most recently with the Edgewater Funds, where he remains an Associate Partner and Advisor. Over the course of his career, Scott has approved hundreds of equity financings, been active in fundraising and has personally led, originated or created more than sixty investments including two dozen healthcare services companies, over a dozen consumer services and retail companies, as well as companies enhanced by the Internet. His IRR over his career is greater than 40%. Scott has been recognized four times by Venture One as one of the outstanding healthcare investors in the industry for creating $560 million in equity value.