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Princeton Entrepreneurship Series: Startup CEOs "Lessons Learned"

Inspired by one of our most popular events, this presentation in San Francisco promises to be full of insight!

Please join the Entrepreneurship Series at our next meeting on Tuesday, May 20th, where a special panel of fellow Tiger entrepreneurs will be sharing their insights and paths through the startup experience. In particular, each will talk about their individual "key lessons learned" along the way as well as exits where applicable. We will open up the panel for general Q&A afterwards, followed by a short structured networking activity. 

WHEN
Tuesday, May 20th at 7 pm

WHERE
DLA Piper SF

555 Mission Street
Suite 2400
San Francisco, California 

TOPIC 
Princeton CEO Panel

Jeff Benrey ’84
CEO & Founder of Trovix, Inc.
Jeff Benrey was the CEO & Founder of Trovix, Inc, which was acquired by Monster in 2008. Trovix was the leader in intelligent, personalized semantic search technology applied to the recruiting industry.  Prior to Trovix,  Jeff served as VP of Marketing and Business Development for IVAST, a media technology company. He previously managed  over $250M in worldwide digitial media business for SGI to serve major customers including Disney, Sony, ILM and Pixar. Prior to SGI, Jeff held key product and marketing management positions at Apple Computer. Jeff has an MBA from UCLA, and a B.S.E. in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Princeton University.

John Griffin
Former Wall Street stock trader turned entrepreneur
Jeff Griffin now runs three online businesses. He started Cutcaster, a stock photography marketplace at the end of 2006. In 2011, he co-founded a web and mobile software development company called Spiral Scout, which works with clients to build their online or mobile businesses. His latest startup is still in stealth/development mode but is a responsive website and native iOS app called called Moment. 

Josh Salcman ’99
Director, Product Strategy, K-12 Literacy & Math, Pearson Education
Josh is an edtech entrepreneur, product strategist and user experience specialist. He co-founded the math help website Virtual Nerd, which was acquired by Pearson in May 2013. At Virtual Nerd, Josh served as president and lead front-end developer and was co-inventor of Virtual Nerd’s patent-pending method for structuring and presenting video-based instructional content. He recently coached at Startup Weekend EDU Oakland, previously coached at SWEDU Chicago, and regularly provides mentorship to edtech entrepreneurs. Josh holds a B.A. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University and a Master’s in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. When not at the computer, Josh can be found enjoying time with his wife and children or biking the roads in the East Bay.

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