We’ve heard you. There has been many meetups with great speakers and awesome networking both before and after the main sessions, but you have just not enough time to interact with all the great people you meet at the Igniters meetup. So we’re dedicating one entire session of our regular Igniters Meetup to Social Networking! Come meet other like-minded entrepreneurs, founders, investors and mingle with our special guests!
In addition to Social Networking, we’re also giving out timeslots to pitch and showcase your startup, so you can have some limelight of your own to get feedback / find co-founders / seek investment. Sign up HERE if you’re interested in showcasing your startup.
Date: 29th April 2015 (Wednesday)
Location: Mountain View, CA
Sign Up: Igniters Meetup Page
Meet our Guest of Honors
Yossi Fienberg – Stanford GSB
Faculty Director of Stanford Ignite (also known as Master of Stanford Ignite Universe). Director of The Corporate Entreprenuer: Driving Innovation and New Ventures Executive Program. Professor of Economics at Stanford GSB
Tatyana Kanzaveli – Entrepreneur, Investor, Speaker, Mentor
Featured Speaker at Igniters Meetup – Social Hacking: Building a community around your startup
Tatyana Kanzaveli has gone from a programmer to senior executive at Big 5 to founder and CEO of a startup company along her 20 year career,recognized as a thought leader, mentor for her ability to guide Fortune 500 and startup companies through business challenges.
Sweta Khandelwal – Entrepreneur, Immigration Lawyer
Sweta is one of the top immigration lawyer in the valley, awarded Top 40 Immigration Lawyers under 40 and Chair of the SCV Chapter of American Immigration Lawyers Association, the largest body of Immigration practitioners in the US
Featured Speaker at Igniters Meetup – Immigration Hacking: Solving Immigration puzzle for foreign-born Entrepreneurs
Hank Barry – Co-leader of Sidley’s Emerging Companies and Venture Capital practice group and exCEO of Napster
HANK BARRY is co-chair of Sidley’s Emerging Companies and Venture Capital practice group and a founder of the firm’s Palo Alto office. He has advised many prominent technology companies as a lawyer, investor and director, including seven companies in which he was involved from formation through IPO. He has testified twice before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee with respect to technology and intellectual property policy.
He is recognized in the 2012 and 2013 editions of The Best Lawyers in America.
Featured speaker at Finance Hacking: Seed, Angel, and Venture Financing – Hank Barry (exCEO Napster)