Entrepreneurial Workshops and Events

The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies holds events throughout the year as a way to augment the classroom learning experience.

Entrepreneurial leaders come to share their insights on various topics including health care, education, fundraising, and product design.

Featured Events

CES presented a one-day gathering of entrepreneurial students, alumni, and industrial leaders who addressed the unique hurdles faced by women entrepreneurs.

Presenters at a conference of Evergreen entrepreneurs. Credit: Tugboat Institute

CES, Stanford GSB Alumni Relations, and the Tugboat Institute copresented a half-day conference featuring Evergreen entrepreneurs discussing how they grew their companies organically, without VC funding. Photo: Tugboat Institute

Other Recent Workshops and Events

  • Effective Online Pitching (Stephanie Patterson, Revelateur Design Consultancy)
  • Fundraising for Early Stage Startups (Mar Hershenson, Pear VC)
  • Most Common Legal Mistakes of Entrepreneurs (Tim Harris, Morrison Foerster)
  • Longevity Innovations (Susan Golden, dciX, Carol Hymowitz, Stanford Center on Longevity)
  • Inequities of COVID-19 and Strategies for Change (Sarah Soule, Senior Associate Dean at Stanford GSB and Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior, Lori Mackenzie, Lead Strategist, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion)