The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) hosts and co-hosts a variety of events to help entrepreneurial Stanford students and alumni connect and collaborate—bringing together innovators from engineering, law, medicine, and other programs.
Nuts and Bolts of Entrepreneurship Series
Designed to complement the formal entrepreneurship curriculum, this series of workshops offers practical guidance on the “nuts and bolts” of starting a company from entrepreneurs, investors, and local Silicon Valley service providers. Attend Nuts & Bolts to learn from experienced practitioners about legal issues; fundraising and investor relations; stages of investing; equity allocation; HR fundamentals; outsourcing; distribution and customer acquisition; making the first sales; and more. Nuts & Bolts sessions are held monthly at the GSB and are open to all Stanford graduate students and alumni.
Crowd Funding and Direct Public Offerings
w/ Jenny Kassan, CEO, Cutting Edge Capital
Thursday, January 30, 2014
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Venture Studio: CoLab
Learn how to approach less traditional methods of funding your venture. Get insight on the best practices and approach through channels such as Crowd Funding and DPO’s.
The Stanford Venture Studio Presents...
The Kitchen Sink Approach to Funding Your Venture
Fireside Chat w/Brenden Millstein, MBA/MS '10, Founder & CEO of Carbon Lighthouse
Tuesday, January 21
12-00pm - 1:00pm
Venture Studio: Zambrano