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EntrepreneurshipWeek at Stanford

Date:   February 24 - March 3, 2007
Location:   Stanford Campus (for details, see below)
Sponsor:   EntrepreneurshipWeek USA
Event details:  

February 24-March 3 is national Entrepreneurship Week. Join festivities at Stanford throughout the week to network, learn from experts, and hear stimulating ideas. Events are free and open to all students, parents and members of the greater Stanford community.

Stanford University has planned a series of events to engage students in various dimensions of entrepreneurship. Each day will feature a different theme, such as Social Innovation, Technology, International and others. Events will include presentations by prestigious speakers; roundtable discussions; a mixer for venture capitalists (VCs), students and entrepreneurs; VC/student "speed dating" allowing students to pitch their ideas; a start-up job fair; and a "failure hall of fame." In addition, Stanford will host the Global EntrepreneurshipWeek USA Challenge, an "Apprentice-style" competition that will be open to student teams around the world.

EntrepreneurshipWeek Agenda and Locations


Fee:   Free for the Stanford community
Additional information and/or registration:  

Most events do not require registration. See detail pages on the website for each event to get more information. Seating for all events is first come, first served, so plan to get there early! Students must register in advance to compete in the Innovation Challenge and apply in advance to make a formal pitch during the VC Speed-Dating event.

To join the EntrepreneurshipWeek mailing list, send an email to .

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