What They Dont Teach You At Stanford Business School

Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

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Come to this year’s all-new DEMO Conference! Entrepreneurs from startups and well-established companies alike will introduce over 40 new products from the DEMO stage. The companies and products are all under wraps until showtime. But we can share news that Steve Wozniak will launch his next company at DEMO Fall.

Register by October 9 and save $400 on 2-day full conference tix (includes all sessions, DEMO Pavilion, workshops and social functions).

These aren’t just amazing new products – they offer a glimpse into the technology future across Wearables, Cloud, Mobile, Smart Data, Virtual Currency, Enterprise, Health and the Internet of Things.

And look who will join Erick Schonfeld, DEMO executive producer for discussions about key trends in their area of business:

  • Stewart Butterfield, Co-founder & President, Slack
  • Benedict Evans, Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
  • Danielle Morrill, CEO & Cofounder, Mattermark
  • Adam Nash, President & CEO, Wealthfront
  • Matt Rogers, Founder & Engineering, Nest Labs
  • Eric Setton, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer, Tango
  • Tien Tzuo, Founder & CEO, Zuora
  • Emma Sinclair, Serial Entrepreneur & CEO, EnterpriseJungle
  • Peter Thiel, Entrepreneur and Venture Capitalist
  • Marcus Weller, Ph.D, CEO, Skully Systems

View the full conference agenda online athttp://www.demo.com/fall14agenda

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BONUS! DEMO delivers market trend insights, advice and inspiration from DEMO Fall 2014 judges and NEW “Help Me Solve My Business Challenge” Workshop leaders:

  • Kent Bennett, Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
  • Stephan Biller, Chief Manufacturing Scientist, GE
  • Jeremy Conrad, Founding Partner, Lemnos Labs
  • Kimberly Knickle, Practice Director, IDC
  • Greg Girard, Program Director, Merchandise Strategies, IDC
  • Stephen Ibach, VP, Digital Partnershops and M&A, Inmar
  • Mara Lewis, Managing Director,Start Co.
  • John Lilly, Partner, Greylock Partners
  • And many more!

View the full conference agenda online athttp://www.demo.com/fall14agenda

Register by October 9 and save $400.

We look forward to seeing you November 18-20 at DEMO Fall!

Best Regards,

The DEMO Team

Follow DEMO on Twitter: @demo, #demo2014

P.S. More opportunities to participate in DEMO Fall 2014
• Interested in Sponsorship Opportunities? Contact Neal Silverman, SVP and GM, DEMO
• Interested in a press pass for DEMO Fall? Contact Debra Becker, Sr. Marketing Director, DEMO

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October 3, 2014 at 9:05 pm

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