One year ago tomorrow, the first U.S.-China startup incubator in Silicon Valley, InnoSpring, opened its doors. Today, the first company is spreading its wings in the public market.
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.
Speaking in front of a full house Tuesday, LinkedIn founder Konstantin Guericke told Stanford students about founding his company in 2002 and how it became a leading site in a crowded field of social media.
Founders of companies like Google, Yahoo! and LinkedIn attended Stanford University. Friday at Stanford, venture capitalists met with student entrepreneurs in a speed-dating format. Was the next big startup there?