Entrepreneur27: Starting a Start-Up

October 26, 2005 - Get free updates of new posts here

What are the similarities between Web 2.0, Ted Conference & Where 2.0?

1- expensive, $2800 for Web 2.0
2- exclusive, how often did you get to connect with the nerd celebrity who created some “ajax, web 2.0” related product?
3- focus, what are you really getting out of these conferences that you can’t read about?
bonus– they appear when you search expensive technology conference in google

Why does it matter? Great question. Cause I wanted a conference that I would really attend. I am cheap, I want to meet other YOUNG entrepreneurs and I want it to be fun/interactive; not another lecture as I could go back to school for that.


Entrepreneur27 logo

So me and some friends created a conference for young people thats inexpensive, informative and a chance to connect with similar people. Entrepreneur27.org, the technology conference for anyone under 27. Free for students and only 10 bucks for non-students. Happening on Nov. 2nd at 5:30pm on the Stanford campus, everyone who wants to come can REGISTER HERE

More details and information can be found at entrepreneur27.org

Speakers include:
Blake Ross, creator of Firefox, internet Browser
Drew Lustro, creator of Makeshiftonline, fast growing online community
Wendell III, creator of meetro, popular online chat program
Mike Li, creator of Six Sense, mobile social software
Todd Masonis, creator of Plaxo, online contact manager
Ramit Sethi, public speaker & creator of bittershirts
David Xue, creator of Pixpulse online mobile media network
Dalton Caldwell, creator of imeem, online sharing program

Here is our press release if you can pass it around that would be flippin sweet:

Entrepenuer 27 is proud to present its first annual conference, “How to Start a Start Up”. This years panel consists of young web entreprenuers all under the age of 27. Now is your chance to meet and mingle with the leaders of the online industry! Speakers include Blake Ross of Firefox, Drew Lustro of Makeshiftonline, Mike Li of Six Sense, Todd Masonis of Plaxo and much more. Price of admission is free for all students, $10 for guests under the age of 27. The event will be held November 2nd at Stanford University–Packard 101. Doors open at 5:30. Free food and refreshments will be provided. To register for the event, please go to http://www.entrepreneur27.org. We will have FREE transportation for Berkeley students.

Pass this Entrepreneur27 flyer around

Free prizes/food, sponsorship & coordination from Guy Kawasaki, Bases, CSBA, HFG Consulting and THE anonymous donor

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