Startup School is a free to attend, one day conference where you'll hear stories and practical advice from founders and investors. Learn how they got started, what went wrong, what surprised them, and what happened as their companies grew.
Hiroshi Mikitani, founder of Rakuten, at Y Combinator Startup School on October 20, 2012. Presented in Stanford Memorial Auditorium by Y Combinator and the Stanford Technology Ventures
Hosain Rahman is the CEO and founder of Jawbone®, a world-leader in consumer technology and wearable products. Hosain has led the company to build innovative and elegantly-designed products for the way we live today. Hosain has been honored in: Fast Company’s Most Creative People, Vanity Fair’s New Establishment, and Fortune’s 40 Under 40. He has keynoted for TED, DLD, LeWeb, SXSW and the D: Mobile Conference. In 2014 he was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and was named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world.
Elli Sharef, cofounder of HireArt, at Female Founders Conference. She gives 3 advice for future entrepreneurs. 1. get things done 2. be confident 3. get up from failure !
Tom Preston-Werner, founder of GitHub (Build software better, together), tells us about the company early days and the secrets of its success. At Y Combinator Startup School on October 20, 2012. Presented in Stanford Memorial Auditorium by Y Combinator and the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.
Office Hours with Kevin Hale & Qasar Younis at Startup School Silicon Valley 2014
Chris Dixon at Startup School 2013. Talks about about to solve problems and create a better user experience.
On this talk Phil Libin, co-founder and executive chairman of Evernote, shares his experiences and learns about his entrepreneurial journey.