The Brown Club of Silicon Valley
presents a workshop on doing a startup
Starting your own business is an exhilarating yet overwhelming experience. Entrepreneurs don’t have the time to read a how-to guide, but they do need the fundamentals presented succinctly and directly. This workshop is the product of the speaker's 20 years of experience in working with, teaching, and advising hundreds of entrepreneurs. Short and to the point, the workshop offers practical, powerful information for anyone thinking about starting a business.
Perhaps you still have a day job and are contemplating launching your own company—or perhaps you have lots of ideas and are wondering which one is most likely to succeed. The workshop’s simple but thorough seven-step method will answer your most essential questions—questions your investors will soon be asking you! Save yourself thousands of dollars and two years of your life by taking this workshop before you plunge into the startup process.
Workshop is conducted by Naeem Zafar '81. He is a faculty member at the University of California Berkeley, Center of Entrepreneurship and Technology. He has taught entrepreneurship and New Venture Finance at Haas Business School since 2005. He is also a serial entrepreneur and he co-founded and served as the CEO of 5 conmpanies and his last company was acquired by Oracle in November 2013.