www.iese-entrepreneurs.comwww.iesemeetsthevalley.com                             1
After the MBA…                 2
Many ways outcompany! Launch your of the MBA                          3
3 steps to EntrepreneurshipYear 1SummerYear 2                                   4
There are barriers to launching your company Idea? People? Business plan? Legal? Money?                                   ...
Helping you    overcome  obstacles toentrepreneurship                   6
Activities to help overcome obstacles     GlobalEntrepreneurship     Week(12-16 November)             (24 – 30 March)     ...
Our Presidents                            Shark TankStartup                            Shark TankCocktailGlobal           ...
So what’s next?       Subscribe to our email list today orthrough www.iese-entrepreneurs.com          Contact Karthik if y...
Soon the banking tango and consulting samba…                                           10
So Don’t forget1    In   Year 1 you work on your IDEA          and perhaps even your Pitch2   In the  Summer you work on y...
We want to create more of these…                                   12
Today Drinks with entrepreneurs 19:00   Casa de Cantabria (10 min walk) ask us  Next Tuesday: Lunch with entrepreneursSelf...
Presidents bios Jeroen Kemperman, The Netherlands                    Leonardo Ramirez Peña, Spain Business             ...
Club AmbassadorsHelp out in events, promote entrepreneurship, identify potential entrepreneurs and support the            ...
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Introduction of IESE Entrepreneurs Club 2012

  1. 1. www.iese-entrepreneurs.comwww.iesemeetsthevalley.com 1
  2. 2. After the MBA… 2
  3. 3. Many ways outcompany! Launch your of the MBA 3
  4. 4. 3 steps to EntrepreneurshipYear 1SummerYear 2 4
  5. 5. There are barriers to launching your company Idea? People? Business plan? Legal? Money? 5
  6. 6. Helping you overcome obstacles toentrepreneurship 6
  7. 7. Activities to help overcome obstacles GlobalEntrepreneurship Week(12-16 November) (24 – 30 March) 2nd Term Startup Shark Tank 30 November Cocktail (Early March) Jump Start Program (all year round) 7
  8. 8. Our Presidents Shark TankStartup Shark TankCocktailGlobal Jump StartEntrepreneurship Programweek 8
  9. 9. So what’s next? Subscribe to our email list today orthrough www.iese-entrepreneurs.com Contact Karthik if you have a business idea and want to be coached Attend the break fast session if you would like to be part of IESE Meets The Valley 9
  10. 10. Soon the banking tango and consulting samba… 10
  11. 11. So Don’t forget1 In Year 1 you work on your IDEA and perhaps even your Pitch2 In the Summer you work on your plan and prototype3 Perhaps… in Year 2 you launch 1
  12. 12. We want to create more of these… 12
  13. 13. Today Drinks with entrepreneurs 19:00 Casa de Cantabria (10 min walk) ask us Next Tuesday: Lunch with entrepreneursSelf restaurant 13:00  Special guests: Tidibi www.iese-entrepreneurs.com www.iesemeetsthevalley.com 13
  14. 14. Presidents bios Jeroen Kemperman, The Netherlands  Leonardo Ramirez Peña, Spain Business  Business Analyst, Strategy, Entrepreneur, Networker, Eve Analyst, Strategy, Entrepreneur, Networker, Eve nt organizer nt organizer Msc Information sciences, Multi-lingual  Msc Information sciences Key areas for Club: Presidency, IESE Meets The  Key areas for Club: Club Budget, Shark tank Valley and overall club promotion event, Mayte Villaburu, Mexico, industrial engineer  Karthik Ramakrishnan, Singapore Entrepreneur, started a company in 2006 that  Entrepreneur, started a tech consulting firm and imported tiles from Italy and sold them to retail successfully sold the company stores in Mexico.  B. Computing (National University of Passionate about wellness, lifestyle and social Singapore), Minor in Entrepreneurship media marketing. (Stanford University) Key areas for Club: Communications, Startup  Key areas for Entrepreneurship Club: Workshop Cocktail manager, jumpstart program Aska Mizogaki , Japan International business and economics at Sophia  Mayank Sharma, India University, Tokyo Japan  Technology consultant, start-up Live music concert promoter/ contents enthusiast, blogger for the Economist promotion strategy planner and organizer  Btech, Civil Engineer, IIT-BHU Key areas in club: communications, Global  Key areas for Club: Shark Tank, Website Entrepreneurship week 14
  15. 15. Club AmbassadorsHelp out in events, promote entrepreneurship, identify potential entrepreneurs and support the club in general / Part of the regular meetings of the team  Arpit Gupta, India  Market Intelligence Analyst, Strategy, Project Management, Entrepreneur  Founded a solar energy company and a formula racing team.  MSc. Automotive Engineering  Key areas for Club: VC relations, Mentoring/Jumpstart program, PR  Alberto Duhau, Venezuela  Management Consultant (Alas Consulting) – Finance, IT.  Bachelors of Business Administration – The George Washington University  Speaks English, Spanish. Worked in US, Canada and Latin America.  Ismail Sadek, Egypt  Private Equity and Equity Analyst (Beltone Financial) – Focused on equities and private investments in the Egypt and the Middle East  Bachelors of Business in Finance and Computer Science, American University in Cairo (AUC)  Speaks Arabic, English and Spanish. Worked in Cairo, Dubai, London and New York  Stephen Mannhard, USA  1st Year Ambassador, to be announced Sept 2012 15

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