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The Caltech/MIT Enterprise Forum – The New Realities of Early Stage Funding

The more I go to these kinds of entrepreneurial events and seminars, the more confirmations I seem to get about the common themes that crop up when talking to startup founders. For many entrepreneurs, there’s oftentimes no greater source of worry than having the capital to continue on with their venture, so startup funding is […]

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My Takeaways from Steve Blank’s Talk at UCLA

Steve Blank’s anecdotes and lessons that he’s shared with us through his blog have helped many of us (and by that, I mean entrepreneurs) figure out our businesses better and provide that wake-up call. For that, he has a sense of mystique about him and you can tell that the startup community treats him as […]

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My Group for USC Startup Weekend – Site Unseen – Takes First Place

As I mentioned in my last post detailing my entrepreneurial activities, from Friday night to Sunday afternoon just this last weekend, I took part in the USC Startup Weekend. In the time span of 54 hours, we got the opportunity to pitch ideas, select a project to work on, and make a workable prototype. I […]

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3 Takeaways from Serial Entrepreneur Joe Kaplan

One of the best things about going to grad school is getting the kind of exposure to a lot of speakers who’ve been in the trenches and can relate their experiences and the hardships that went into forming their business. This is even more important for entrepreneurship courses, where budding entrepreneurs often feel like they’re […]

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