Stanford Series: The Risks & Rewards of Entrepreneurship



  • It's not as bad as you think! Experienced entrepreneurs tell you how they got through the tough times and why set backs can be a good thing.

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    Steve Bengston MBA'78, Price Waterhouse Coopers


    George Savage MBA'89, Co-founder of FemRx & other health care related startups

    Jenny Richmond MBA '94, co-founder of Hearing Science

    Kamran Elahian, Founder of Momenta and other companies

    Pratap Mukhrejee MBA '98, Co-founder of


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    History Building Auditorium

    Basement of History Building

    200, Lane History Corner, Room 002

    Stanford University

    Stanford, CA


    6:30-7:00pm Networking with Stanford students & alumni

    7:00-8:30pm Program

    What happens when your company doesn't become the next hottest IPO? How would you bounce back form it? Meet entrepreneurs who say "it's not as bad as you think!" Let this experienced panel share with you their secrets for getting through the tough times, what they would have done differently, and what they have accomplished since. This is an opportunity to learn from their experience and find out how your own setbacks can actually make you more marketable.

    The Stanford Series is co-hosted by the GSB Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.

    Seminar Track

    Management, Startup Stage


    $10 Stanford Students (current status will be verified)

    $20 Stanford GSB Alumni (status will be verified)

    $30 SDForum Members

    $60 Non-Members

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    Pre-registration closed. Please register at the door.