Entrepreneur Support Program Launch event – Nov 15, 2007

Entrepreneur Support Program Launch event – Nov 15, 2007

By Rajesh Setty on Tue 30 Oct 2007, 7:55 PM – 1 Comment

Sanjiv Goyal, CEO of Droisys is spearheading an interesting program called ESP. He sent a note this morning explaining what the program is and the registration details. Here it is..


Entrepreneurship is a journey and not a destination. To all you would-be entrepreneurs hidden in woodwork and the ones who are already on your way, here is a chance to pick up skills as you go.

Entrepreneur Support Forum, part of the Fireside Chat series, will enable budding entrepreneurs seek ongoing help from the proven ones. In this kickoff session, ESP program will be explained and the panelists will share their thoughts on the first step to entrepreneurship – having the right idea and the right team. Subsequent sessions of ESP will give entrepreneurs a chance to pitch their “issue” so that they can get to work with seasoned mentors.

The kickoff of ESP on Nov 15th:

Where: Greylock Partners Conference Room, 2929 Campus Drive, Suite 400, San

Mateo, CA 94403

When : Nov 15th, 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Who :

Aseem Chandna – Partner, Greylock Partners

P.K. Dubey – CEO, TelASIC

A Paulraj – Professor, Stanford University

Rajiv Khemani – VP Marketing and Sales, Cavium Networks

What :

5:30 – 6:30pm – Networking and snacks

6:30 – 6:45pm – ESP Kickoff

6:45 – 7:00pm – First Entrepreneur Pitch

7:00 – 8:00pm – Panel Discussion on “Do I have the Right Idea and the Right Team”

How Much: $15

For more information and to get an invitation, please contact sanjiv.iit@droisys.com

Register now only 15 seats left.


Have a great week ahead!


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Singa  on November 15th, 2007

I have participated in this program and I should admit that it is one of a kind. Sanjiv’s mission to provide mentoring for budding entreprenuers should be welcomed by the Entreprenuer community in the Valley. Even though it’s the first one of the series, the program was well organized with excellent panel members. Kudos to Sanjiv and his team!

I am looking forward to the next program and I would encourage anyone looking to start up their own venture, should make use of this wonderful opportunity. Cheers!!!

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