Event Schedule
9:00 - 9:45am
9:45 - 11:00am
Session 1: Panels & Workshops
11:15am - 12:15pm
Welcome and Keynote: John Paul DeJoria
12:15 - 1:30pm
Lunch and Networking
1:30 - 2:45pm
Session 2: Panels & Workshops
2:45 - 4:00pm
Closing and Keynote: Tim Westergren

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2011 Conference on Entrepreneurship - Stanford Graduate School of Business
This annual conference pioneers thinking on the what/how/who of starting sustainable businesses. For such an intimate setting, the speakers are the best of breed of entrepreneurs and the participant networking is electric.
Brook Byers,
Partner, Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield & Byers
What: The conference consists of a series of interactive panels and speakers featuring prominent figures in the entrepreneurial and investor community.

When: March 2, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Where: Stanford GSB - South Building
Directions to parking in the Varsity Lot

A Limited number of Walk-up Tickets will be available at the event.
Keynote Speakers more speakers
John Paul DeJoria
John Paul DeJoria, Founder, John Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Spirits Company
John Paul Mitchell Systems  (www.paulmitchell.com)
Patron Spirits Company  (www.patronspirits.com)

John Paul DeJoria's rags-to-riches biography exemplifies the American dream - he is a first-generation American turned entrepreneur, philanthropist, government servant, and pillar of the business community. John Paul DeJoria has struggled against the odds not only to achieve success, but to share this success with others. He knows firsthand what it's like to be the 'underdog,' and strives to help as many as possible overcome their challenges and achieve their full potential.

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Tim Westergren
Tim Westergren, Founder,Pandora
Pandora  (www.pandora.com)

Tim Westergren created the internet radio giant in January 2000 and now serves as the company's chief strategy officer. More than 75 million people have registered to listen to Pandora on their computers, phones and consumer electronics devices. Their personalized radio stations make up more than half of all online radio listening.

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