Four Steps to the Epiphany author speaking in Utah

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP NETWORKING LUNCHEON

featuring Steve Blank (rising celebrity in the entrepreneurship world)

“Why Accountants Don’t Run Startups”

Thought leader in entrepreneurship, Steve Blank, author of “The Four Steps to the Epiphany,” will share his current thinking about startups, how and why they’re different than large companies, and a few thoughts about entrepreneurial education.

This event will combine networking, community information, and a lecture by Steve Blank, renowned entrepreneur and game-changing educator.

Monday January 24, 2011
11:30am-1:30pm
Location: Noah’s
322 West 11000 South
South Jordan, UT 84095

Tickets: http://steveblanklunch.eventbrite.com
Admission includes box lunch

AGENDA
11:30am – Welcome and Networking
11:45am – Special Announcements
12:00noon – Nathan Furr
12:15pm – Keynote: Steve Blank
1:00pm – Door Prize and Networking

STEVE BLANK

Over the last 25 years, Steve has been part of, or co-founded eight Silicon Valley startups. These have run the gamut from semiconductors, video games, personal computers, and supercomputers. (MIPS, Zilog, Rocket Science, SuperMac, Convergent Technologies, Ardent, ESL) Steve’s last company was E.piphany, an enterprise software company. Steve is on the board of Macrovision (NASDAQ: MVSN), as well as two private companies; CafePress.com an on-line marketplace, and IMVU a 3D IM social network. Steve also serves on the California Coastal Commission and is on the board of Audubon National & is Chairman of Aubudon California. Steve currently teaches entrepreneurship at U.C. Berkeley Haas Business School, the joint Berkeley/Columbia MBA program, and at the Stanford University Graduate School of Engineering. Steve teaches a methodology of starting and managing marketing, sales and business development in high technology startups. (See the course text atwww.cafepress.com/kandsranch) Steve Blank’s Specialties: Marketing, sales and business dev strategies for emerging startups.