Entrepreneurial Workshop Series

The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies holds entrepreneurial workshops every quarter as a way to augment the classroom learning experience.

Entrepreneurial leaders come to share their insights on various topics including healthcare, sustainability, smart hardware, and product design. CES typically holds three to five workshops each academic quarter. Here are some examples of prior workshops:

2018 Health Care Investing and Entrepreneurship

Panelists for the healthcare investing panel
CES and the GSB Health Care Club co-hosted the 2018 Health Care Investing and Entrepreneurship event featuring two investors and a founder in the health care area.

The Building Momentum: Women Entrepreneurs Conference

Speakers at the Building Momentum conference
The Building Momentum: Women Entrepreneurs conference was a one-day gathering of entrepreneurial students, alumni, and industrial leaders who addressed the unique hurdles faced by women entrepreneurs.

Other Recent Workshops

Hiring for Early Stage and Growing Companies
Stanford GSB Lecturers Jim Ellis and Graham Weaver

Fundraising for Early Stage Startups
StartX CEO Joseph Huang

Selling Your Idea in 2 Minutes and Pitching with Story
Communications Strategist Stephanie Patterson

Handling Difficult Conversations
Stanford GSB Lecturer JD Schramm

What Makes Your Venture So Special?
Rob Schoeben

Silicon Valley Talk
Alex Fries

Most Common Legal Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
Tim Harris

The Art of the Pitch
Guy Kawasaki