Stanford Series: Adapting in a Changing Market
Hear from Scott Sandell of NEA and entrepreneur CEOs and Board members on how to maneuver through this changing landscape. They will share real company experiences, how they are adapting and what they might do differently.
Scott Sandell '92, General Partner, NEA
This event will kick-off with a brief, but very entertaining video from Softbank VC on changing business plans. Don't miss it!
Entrepreneurs need to always be on their toes - especially in today's market. Not only do you need to stay ahead of the competition and anticipate changes in the marketplace, but you also need to adjust to those changes that were unexpected. Sometimes you need to target a new market, sometimes alter your technology development, and sometimes you need to rewrite your business model and plan.
Hear from a panel of VCs and entrepreneurs on how to successfully maneuver through a changing landscape. The panelists will share real company experiences, how they are adapting and what they might do differently.
This program is designed for those interested in understanding how companies can turn on a dime to keep their business alive and thriving. There will be time for the audience Q&A with the panel, so come with your questions.
The Stanford Series is co-hosted by the GSB Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Learn more about the Stanford Series.
6:30-7:00pm Networking with Stanford students & alumni
Stanford School of Business
Management, Startup and Funded Stage
This series is sponsored by
Cost (Refreshments served)
$10 Stanford Students (current status will be verified)
$20 Stanford GSB Alumni (status will be verified)
$30 SDForum Members
To register by phone, call 408.494.8378.