Thursday, March 29, 2001    

In An Environment Like This...What's An Entrepreneur To Do? View Online


Steve Kirsch, Founder, Propel, Infoseek, Frame and Mouse Systems
Larry Page, Founder, Google
Ruthann Quindlen, IVP/Ironweed

  What a scary time--whole sectors going out of business and venture capitalists frozen like “deer in the headlights”. In an environment like this, what's an entrepreneur to do? Find out why now is a great time to start a company. And what you should focus on when building a company in a tough time.

Come hear some perspectives on starting and building companies in both good and bad environments from entrepreneurs and venture capitalists who have done it: Steve Kirsch, a serial entrepreneur who founded four successful companies: Propel, Infoseek, Frame and Mouse Systems; Larry Page, a first time entrepreneur who founded Google, the very popular and high profile Internet search company; Ruthann Quindlen, a venture capitalist at IVP/Ironweed and a Wall Street veteran. Quindlen also recently wrote a book Confessions of a Venture Capitalist for first time entrepreneurs.

Sponsored by Business School Alumni Association, KPMG LLP  
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