Biotech startup founders gathered at Stanford Tuesday for Entrepreneurship Week. They advised student entrepreneurs about funding challenges, FDA approval and how to build products that will make a difference in the medical world.
Silicon Valley angel investors and venture capitalists gave feedback to Stanford students pitching startup ideas Tuesday at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Entrepreneurial alumni include Nike’s Phil Knight and investor Charles Schwab.
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.
Facebook’s IPO filing Wednesday earned positive attention, but some Stanford students said they shied away from jobs there because they perceive it as being too large for individual employees to have an impact.
Silicon Valley startup Culture Kitchen invites Bay Area foodies to take cooking classes taught by immigrant home cooks, who are experts in their countries’ cuisines.
One Stanford grad entrepreneur thinks his startup, ActBolder.com, holds the key to effective advertising. It rewards customers who do good deeds with coupons and deals.
imeem was once a booming social media service. It’s now defunct, but its founder, Dalton Caldwell, is using the lessons he learned to launch a new photo sharing app for Androids and iPhones.