Young Entrepreneurs: Under 30 and On Fire

Young Entrepreneurs: Under 30 and On Fire
Stanford University
LOCATION:
Cemex Auditorium | Stanford University
655 Knight Way
Stanford, CA
Tuesday, January 21, 2014

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VLAB is back with one of the most anticipated events of the year: Young Entrepreneurs – Under 30 and On Fire. We are tapping into the minds of some of the most successful innovators under 30 in the heart of Silicon Valley. They are doing it all: raising money, leading talented teams and steering their vision forward.

Five young entrepreneurs, all under the age of 30 will share their stories as they inspire us with the power of their ideas and their relentless passion to execute.

Moderated by Adam Draper, CEO and Founder of Boost Incubator, our panel will feature:

Michael Carter, CEO at Game Closure, raised M to tackle the hardest problems in mobile gaming and is recognized by W3C for his initial design of the HTML5 WebSocket real-time technology that is used in all modern web browsers

Melody McCloskey, CEO at StyleSeat, a woman entrepreneur recognized in 2010 by Business Insider as a Silicon Valley 100

James Tamplin, CEO & Co-Founder at Firebase, a co-founder of a realtime application platform that allows developers to synchronize data instantaneously

Lat Ware, Founder at Crooked Tree Studios, a game developer who successfully launched a game with telekinesis like powers on Kickstarter

Marcus Weller, Ph.D., CEO & Chairman of Skully Helmets, the CEO of a heads-up display motorcycle helmet which won the coveted DEMO God award at their 2013 launch

20 replies
  1. Scott Presnall
    Scott Presnall says:

    I made the mistake of not previewing this video in its entirety for using in a high school business class. The material is awesome, but the language (IMHO) is inappropriate for my audience.

    Reply
  2. jazziel totti
    jazziel totti says:

    does anybody know how much money they raised ($$ how much money they had any of them)? were they millionaires, were they rich, or they were just invited bcuz they are entrepreneurs even though they might be in credit-debt

    Reply
  3. Muhammad Ismadi
    Muhammad Ismadi says:

    2nd guy from left is right. 4th guy can fk off because he dun see the implosion you will get and mental exhaustion you will create in yourself.

    Reply
  4. Aaron Sarfo
    Aaron Sarfo says:

    Who is brown coat's dealer? That man deserves a shout out.

    But I liked that he challenged the ideas of the other guests b/c that's what the host should've been doing, which he wasn't. But he was very toolish.

    Reply
  5. Arathorn Dezeus
    Arathorn Dezeus says:

    Marcus Weller spent Kickstart money on strip clubs and vacations so when that asshole says he never takes a day off he is full of shit what a sleazeball

    Reply
  6. Joshua Pesina
    Joshua Pesina says:

    host is so shitty

    motorcycle guy wants stylist but she doesn't want him cuz he is lame af and shes on another level.
    brown jacket is loco but still ba

    Reply

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