Entrepreneurship

Andy Dunn
Andy Dunn is the founding CEO of Bonobos, a clothing company that launched online in 2007 with the introduction of a line of pants that promise a more flattering fit for men. The company has since expanded, and it now sells a full line of menswear through its e-commerce “guideshop” stores and...
Stanford Ignite Entrepreneurs
It’s often assumed that the archetypal venture capital firms around Silicon Valley and Boston — the likes of Kleiner Perkins and Sequoia Capital — supply almost all the initial financing for high-growth startups. If that was ever true, it’s becoming less so by the day. Largely unnoticed, angel...
Skybox Imaging Satellite
John Fenwick, a U.S. Air Force veteran and self-described space geek is a cofounder and vice president of Skybox Imaging. The Mountain View, Calif., startup plans to launch a fleet of micro-satellites that will take high-resolution photos of the earth and sell that data to industries and...
Franck Langevin
When French product manager Franck Langevin completed the online Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate last month, he did not simply internalize the eight required courses. He also synthesized the learning and shared it with colleagues at his company, Mappy, a 100-person software...
Stanford Ignite - Bangalore Class
On the heels of the successful completion of the first 9-week certificate program in innovation and entrepreneurship outside its California campus, Stanford Graduate School of Business is now accepting applications for Stanford Ignite - Bangalore 2014. Classes will meet on extended weekends from...
Mariam Naficy
Mariam Naficy is a serial entrepreneur whose latest venture is Minted.com, which she calls “a crowd-sourced business” that sells designer stationery, art prints, and party decor. Her goal: to build “a meritocracy” that rewards the best designers and allows them to vote on which products the...

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