SBSA - Stanford GSB Entrepreneur Panel
May 7, 2012: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Puget Sound business school alumni and guests are invited to Stanford Business School's annual entrepreneurship event.
Salon A, Lower Level
300 112th Avenue, SE
Entrepreneurship: How Do You Choose Your Space?
Featuring Robert Chess from the Stanford Graduate School of Business
So you want to be an entrepreneur? Your first question may be, "How do I decide on an industry?" Robert Chess, one of three faculty directors of the Center for Entrepreneurship at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, will shed light on key issues you should consider, using as examples two sectors that are currently very attractive to entrepreneurs and investors: health care and clean tech. Joining Robert Chess will be two founder-entrepreneurs from these sectors, Ralph Derrickson of Carena and Rick Luebbe, MBA '97, of EnerG2, who will share their stories, challenges and insights for prospective entrepreneurs.
You can expect a lively presentation as well as a wonderful opportunity to mingle with other business school alumni.
$35.00 per person and includes hor d'oeuvres and beverages.
Register By Phone: Sue Kellman
Please call Sue Kellman in the Stanford GSB Alumni Relations Office at 650.725.3254 to register.
5:30 PM-6:00 PM: Registration
6:00 PM-8:00 PM: Program
Jennifer Sireklove, '09
Questions about Chicago Booth's involvement in the SBSA can be directed to Jennifer Sireklove, Booth alumna. Further information and questions: Sue Kellman in the Stanford GSB Alumni Relations office at 650.725.3254