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What the 11th DukeGEN Can Teach the 16th About Entrepreneurship

by Larry Chiang on August 6, 2014

Larry Chiang invented the concept of “Jedi in Business Administration” and ‘First Chair Entrepreneurship’. He launched his book at Harvard Law. Harvard Business School’s Harbus then wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. Now, he pens pieces at Harbus and takes notes at Duke networking events.

Larry ChiangSAN FRANCISCO, Calif.

By Larry Chiang

Kasey Cross was at the 11th
Ryan Spoon hosted the 15th

I kinda know a decent amount about Entrepreneurship as it relates to Duke summer here in Silicon Valley

Lets just focus on Kasey Cross. Ryan Spoon will be a different day. Kasey sold “Menlo Logic”. As a non technical, technical co-founder, she did a number of things geniusly:

– she started a baby business before Menlo Logic. It sold purses on eBay.

Lets just focus on that since the other genius things will just water it down. A baby business is like a semi advanced lemonade stand

Have you done a lemonade stand?

Move right on the entrepreneur bell curve with a video that links to

16th DukeGEN Networking Event – San Francisco

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati (WSGR)
139 Townsend Street/ 150
San Francisco, CA, 94158


Bloomingdales has a pile of inventory that they house. After you sell it on eBay, buy it. heck…, Bloomingdales will ship it for you too

ENGR145’s a class that coaches you to do a Mini Company Concept

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