Much excitement at BLN Towers this afternoon as the final line up of participants in the forthcoming Silicon Valley comes to Cambridge (SVC2C) is announced. With founders from companies including PayPal, Tesla Motors, LinkedIn, Serious Materials, Sling Media, Kiva and a thing called Twitter. This is a serious bunch of people and the opportunity to learn from their experiences, as well as teach them a little bit about what we know here is not to be missed.
We are running a series of (free) CEO workshops with selected Cleantech or Internet CEOs and the participants on the morning of 21st November. If you would like to apply to participate in this programme, you need to apply by 7th November (next week). Click here to register but READ THE NOTES BEFORE YOU DO!
Here is the list of the currently confirmed SVC2C participants*:
- Allen Morgan, Mayfield Fund, Managing Director
- Biz Stone, Twitter, Co-Founder
- Blake Krikorian, Sling Media, Founder
- Bob Cart, Greenvolts, Founder
- Brett Bullington, Angel Investor
- Caterina Fake, Flickr, Founder
- Hans Peter Brondmo, Plum, Founder
- Hugo Barra, Google Mobile, Group Product Manager
- James Rosenthal, Google, Strategic Partnerships
- Jeff Saperstein, Author, Writer
- Jigar Shah, Carbon War Room, CEO
- Julie Hanna Faris, Kiva, Chair of the Board
- Limvirak Chea, Google, New Business Development
- Mark Mitchell, Serious Materials, COO
- Nick Heller, Google, Strategic Partnerships
- Peter Thiel, PayPal, Founder, Investor
- Premal Shah, Kiva, Founder
- Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn, Founder, Exec Chairman
- Rob Jonas, Google, Director of Strategic Partnerships
- Robert Swerling, Google, New Business Development
- Salar Kamangar, Google, Adwords Inventor
- Ted Shelton, The Conversation Group, Partner
- Toby Prehn, G2 Energy, Founder, Investor
- Marc Tarpenning, Tesla, Founder
* Obviously, whilst these individuals are currently confirmed to attend the programme, we cannot guarantee the attendance of any individual due to circustances beyond our control.
For more on the Silicon Valley comes to Cambridge Programme, click here.
To apply to participate in the CEO workshops, click here to register but READ THE NOTES BEFORE YOU DO!