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Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders

By Stanford eCorner

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The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.

Customer Reviews

Love this podcast

I'll put this podcast on in the morning as I get ready for work or while I'm sitting working on some design where I can listen and design at the same time. It's so motivating and I'm learning a ton. Its like I'm sitting in on a lecture of some of the brightest leaders/teachers. As someone who started her own company, I am constantly looking to learn as much as I can to make better and more existed decisions moving forward. I didn't go to school for any of this but I'm so grateful there us so much available at our fingertips where we can continue to learn. I would definitely recommend this podcast to anyone who is thinking about building their own ideas/company, has a company, or is just interested in it and wants to learn more.

Speaking of stars...

Live the high caliber of thought leaders. Geoffrey Moore, Ori B. (author of Sway), etc.

Entrepreneurial-minded undergrad at Georgia Tech

This podcast is great for any undergrad interested in pursuing an entrepreneurial venture. It has given be a great idea of the scope of issues in the international economy that are viable/important, as well as a perspective of what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.

I have looked into similar podcasts, but this has (by far) the most in depth, high quality, and autobiographical case studies/discussions on successful and unsuccessful startup companies.