Converting Your Passion into a Real Business
Tuesday, December 5, 2006 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)
Palo Alto, CA
Women 2.0 (a division of Entrepreneur27) and Stanford BASES are proud to present our next event focused on individuals who went against tradition and took big risks, resulting in careers that they really enjoy. In many cases, these entrepreneurs actually "created" or joined real business from their passions. From the vlogging/blogging community to seasoned entrepreneurs, our panelists have done everything from covering internet celebrity smut to running an adult luxury goods business! » Liz Gannes, GigaOM Reporter » Nick Douglas, Valleywag Immediate-Past Editor » Shannon McClenaghan, JimmyJane President » Amy Andersen, LinxDating Founder and CEO » Christopher Surdi, Global Educational Program (GEP) Co-Founder & President » Michael Cerda, Jangl CEO » Moderator: Ariel Poler, TextMarks CEO Topic: Converting Your Passion into a Real Business (Panel & Mixer) Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2006 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM Location: Room 420-040 in the Quad of Stanford University The event will feature different perspectives from entrepreneurs that turned things they really loved into real jobs and viable businesses. Our panelists will share their stories with us and talk about how and why they decided to do what they did - with topics such as getting started, getting funding, and how to run a successful business. Free with a valid student ID and $10 without (some exceptions apply). Food and drink will be provided. More info at http://www.women2.org
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Women 2.0 is a division of Entrepreneur 27 that focuses on connecting like-minded, motivated young women to swap energy, ideas, and experiences with each other. Women 2.0 conferences showcase top female entrepreneurs and leaders in their field. Women 2.0 mixers are held in both San Francisco and the Silicon Valley to bring both emerging and extraordinary women together to network and learn from one another, usually around some wine and cheese.