ASES SUMMIT 2008 | Stanford University

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ASES SUMMIT 2008
APRIL 6-12, 2008

“Fostering a Global Entrepreneurial Community”
asessummit.stanford.edu | ases.stanford.edu
* Keynote and Speaker Events are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC *
Scott D. Cook
Founder, Intuit, Inc.

Monday, April 7, 2008
5:15-6:30PM | Building 320, Room 105, Stanford University
Link to map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-320
Daniel Walker Former
Chief Talent Officer, Apple, Inc.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008
6:00-7:15PM | Building 420, Room 041, Stanford University
Link to map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-420
Munjal Shah, CEO, Like.com Inc.
Vineet Buch, Principal, BRV

Wednesday, April 9, 2008
1:00-2:15PM | CIS-X Auditorium, Stanford University
Link to map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-370
Adeo Ressi
Founding Member, TheFunded.com

Thursday, April 10, 2008
6:00-7:30PM | Building 370, Room 370, Stanford University
Link to map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-370
Joel Peterson
Lead Director, jetBlue Airways

Friday, April 11, 2008
5:00-6:45PM | Building 550, Room 550A, Stanford University
Link to map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=02-550
ASES SUMMIT 2008 Stanford Directors: Christian Tabing, ’09; In Ho Lee, ’09; and Wen Qi Chin, ’09.


ASES Summit 2008 is a weeklong conference that brings the Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES) international delegation and the Silicon Valley community together to explore entrepreneurship through various networking and social events, visits to Silicon Valley’s top companies and start-ups, and featured lectures and workshops led by veteran entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business leaders, and academics.
Nearly 50 ASES delegates from around the world will be in attendance. They will represent the following universities:
Macquarie University (Australia)
Fudan University (China)
Peking University (China)
Zhejiang University (China)
University of Hong Kong
IIT Delhi (India)
IIT Madras (India)
Kumaraguru College of Technology (India)
Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines)
University of Asia and the Pacific (Philippines)
Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
National Taiwan University
Yonsei University
KAIST
University of Wisconsin
USC
Please visit asessummit.stanford.edu or ases.stanford.edu for more information.
The Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES) organizes two global summits every calendar year. The first one is hosted by the chapter at Stanford University, usually taking place during early April. The second is hosted by one of our chapters in Asia, usually taking place in mid-Summer or early-Fall. After every summit in Asia, our chapters in Asia will submit their bids to host next year’s summit. The purpose of these summits is to bring together entrepreneurial students from all across the world together in a week-long discussion about the future of entrepreneurial opportunities in the emerging economies in Asia.
To accomplish our mission, we will provide students with specific knowledge about the historical roots of the means and methods that developed Silicon Valley into the powerhouse it is today.
Through company visits and guest lecturers, ASES delegates will explore different perspectives from various industries about what is needed to be successful. Following the fervor of the dot-com hype, we hope to provide insight into the businesses that have weathered the storm of a weak economy. Within that structure, we also introduce business practices that have enabled companies to not only be successful, but successful at conducting business worldwide.
After all this exposure to the trends in business, ASES delegates are encouraged to explore their own ideas. To better prepare delegates for their own ventures, we will expose students to the infrastructure available to provide services, such as venture capitalists, consultants, and lawyers. Integrating the new knowledge, leaders from ASES organizations around the world will present a synopsis of the prevailing trends in their own national economy. The exchange of ideas and business practices is essential to the ASES mission.
The Summit fosters friendships among delegates from various schools and nations. Team building activities are implemented throughout the week, and delegates have the opportunity to work with a variety of people from diverse backgrounds. By bringing together students and allowing them to interact in an environment that encourages the entrepreneurial spirit, ASES hopes to nurture a valuable human infrastructure from which delegates will draw their inspiration.
Unlike larger conferences and all-encompassing organizations, ASES builds a unique global community by creating lasting friendships that are formed throughout the intense, yet rewarding experiences, at the Summit.
ASES Summit 2008 will be held April 6 – 12, 2008 at Stanford University in Stanford, CA USA. This weeklong conference brings the Stanford community and the ASES international delegation together to explore entrepreneurship through featured lectures and workshops led by veteran entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and academics, various networking and social events, and visits to several of the Silicon Valley’s top companies and start-ups.

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