Vinod Khosla, founder of venture capital firm Khosla Ventures, spoke at Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Week Tuesday. He told entrepreneurs to break rules, not be afraid of being unreasonable and embrace failure.
At GameJam, teams had 10 hours to think of an idea for a brand new educational game and bring it to fruition.
Google Ventures partner Rick Klau and founders from startups backed by Google Ventures share their stories during Stanford’s E-Week Friday.
Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point NBA game celebrates its 50th anniversary this week, and Stanford hosts its annual Entrepreneurship Week. Listen to the Peninsula Report podcast for the inside scoop.
Started by a group of Stanford alums and sponsored by venture firm Andreessen-Horowitz, FounderSoup hosts events to introduce potential startup co-founders with different skills to one another.
The two-part “Are you an Entrepreneur?” workshop was an event at Stanford’s Entrepreneur Week. It focused on what characteristics make a successful entrepreneur and emphasized the importance of knowing yourself.
Leaders of The Foundry, a Menlo Park incubator, tell a Stanford crowd how they’ve been able to consistently identify and develop medical device startups. They have founded and financed 10 medical device companies.
Stanford students have big plans for startup companies, but many don’t yet have the business and fiscal knowledge to structure and fund their ventures. Tuesday’s Entrepreneurship Week event gave them guidance.
Google, Yahoo!, Cisco and HP, all got their start at Stanford University, but what many people don’t know is that Stanford owns the rights to any technology innovation created using the university’s resources.