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Your Vision and Idea Types

Winter 2009 Bay Area Semester

What are you passionate about? What is your vision? How do you translate passion and vision into a business idea? How do you brainstorm ideas? What are tools for evaluating your ideas? What are the makings of a good idea versus a bad idea? Should you pursue multiple ideas at once, and when should you focus on one?

Goal:
Develop ideas for your business.

Date:
2009-12-09, 06:30 PM

Mentors


7.55
Trip Adler
CEO, Scribd

Trip Adler is CEO of Scribd, a fast growing provider of digital paper and document sharing. Scribd currently has more than 50 million monthly users and more than 50,000 documents are uploaded daily in just over two years of existence. Trip joined Y Combinator after Harvar...

6.70
Kirill Makharinsky
Co-founder, Ostrovok.ru

Kirill is the co-founder of Ostrovok.ru, a leading travel service in Russia backed by General Catalyst Partners and several other top-tier travel investors. He previously cofounded Quid, YouNoodle (both funded by Peter Thiel / Founders Fund) and managed analytics and m...

8.68
Gabe Zichermann
Author, Speaker, Advisor, Gamification Co

GABE ZICHERMANN is an author, highly rated public speaker and entrepreneur. He is the chair of the Gamification Summit and editor of the industry’s leading publication, The Gamification Blog. His most recent book, “Game-Based Marketing” (Wiley, 2010) has achieved critica...

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