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Life in Industry Seminar, 5pm, Sat Feb/21, GCC

Posted Posted by Karen Duan in Activities, Announcement, Career     Comments 40 Comments


Dear all,

Life in Industry seminar will present on Saturday, Feb/21 with

“Having Fun Doing Tough/Great Work and Winning”

By HP Jin

Co-founder, President, CEO of Telenav

Where: Harvana Room, GCC, Stanford University

750 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA 94305

When: Saturday, Feb/21, 5pm

Registration: Open to public. Registration is required.

Ten participants will get the chance to have dinner together with the speaker after the seminar.

About the speaker

H.P. Jin co-founded TeleNav in 1999. TeleNav is the first company to launch a GPS navigation service on cell phones in the U.S. He led the company through the crisis and came out to become the leader in location based services in the world, with services covering North America, China, Europe and Brazil. TeleNav ranked top five among Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 in 2007 and 2008. HP is the recipient of the Entrepreneur of the year 2007 by HYSTA and the Most Inspiring Entrepreneur Award by (TiEcon, 2008). Prior to starting TeleNav, he worked at McKenna Group, McKinsey & Company, Loral Space and Communication.

H.P. holds a Ph.D. in Guidance, Navigation and Control (Aeronautics and Astronautics department), a Ph.D. minor in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science from the Harbin Institute of Technology in China.

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Life-in-Industry Seminar by Jack Jia from Baynote

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By Life-in-Industry

Jack Jia, founder & CEO of  Baynote and President of HYSTA, is invited to give a seminar discussion with audiences at GCC Havana Room on Nov. 15 afternoon.  About 40 students, scholars and alumni working in Bay Area attend this seminar and get a close discussion on many hot topics, such as how to begin a start-up and concerns about current economic crisis.