A seventh in our series of discussions on "StartUp Algebra," that is, on the mathematics of start up high tech businesses.  This session focusses on boards of directors and advisors.

For this, we are again pleased to present excerpts of a recent panel discussion offered by the MIT Enterprise Forum Software Entrepreneurship Special Interest Group, on April 19, 2012 .   The program was organized by Shirish Ranjit, Sanjay Manandhar, Chris Deschenes and David Powsner.  Chris also served as the moderator.  You can read more about the program, the Software Entrepreneurship special interest group and the forum itself at www.MITforumCambridge.org. 

The excerpts in this podcast are remarks made by panelists Carm Huntress (Co-Founder of Cardvio, a web start up for greeting cards, and a chief Technology Officer of web companies Reef Partners and Audiogon), Mark Thirman (founder and CEO of Airprint Networks), and Brad Rosen (Founder of Mobile device app companies Drync and Colorstripe LLC) in respon to questions posed by the audience and by moderator Chris Deschenes.

Direct download: Startup_Algebra_-_Part_7_-_Boards_of_Directors_and_Boards_of_Advisors.mp3
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A sixth in our series of discussions on "StartUp Algebra," that is, on the mathematics of start up high tech businesses and, particularly, on compensation for outside CEOs.

For this, we are again pleased to present excerpts of a recent panel discussion offered by the MIT Enterprise Forum Software Entrepreneurship Special Interest Group, on April 19, 2012 .   The program was organized by Shirish Ranjit, Sanjay Manandhar, Chris Deschenes and me.  Chris also served as the moderator.  You can read more about the program, the Software Entrepreneurship special interest group and the forum itself at www.MITforumCambridge.org. 

The excerpts in this podcast are remarks made by panelists Carm Huntress (Co-Founder of Cardvio, a web start up for greeting cards, and a chief Technology Officer of web companies Reef Partners and Audiogon), Mark Thirman (founder and CEO of Airprint Networks), and Brad Rosen (Founder of Mobile device app companies Drync and Colorstripe LLC) in respon to questions posed by the audience and by moderator Chris Deschenes.

Direct download: Startup_Algebra_-_Part_6_-_Compensating_the_Outside_CEO.mp3
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A fifth in our series of discussions on "StartUp Algebra," that is, on the mathematics of start up high tech businesses and, particularly, on compensation for early team members.

For this, we are again pleased to present excerpts of a recent panel discussion offered by the MIT Enterprise Forum Software Entrepreneurship Special Interest Group, on April 19, 2012 .   The program was organized by Shirish Ranjit, Sanjay Manandhar, Chris Deschenes and me.  Chris also served as the moderator.  You can read more about the program, the Software Entrepreneurship special interest group and the forum itself at www.MITforumCambridge.org. 

The excerpts in this podcast are remarks made by panelists Brad Rosen (Founder of Mobile device app companies Drync and Colorstripe LLC), Carm Huntress (Co-Founder of Cardvio, a web start up for greeting cards, and a chief Technology Officer of web companies Reef Partners and Audiogon) and Mark Thirman (founder and CEO of Airprint Networks) to questions on compensation posed by the audience and by moderator Chris Deschenes.

Direct download: Startup_Algebra_-_Part_5.mp3
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A fourth in our series of discussions on "StartUp Algebra," that is, on the mathematics of start up high tech businesses and, particularly, on dividing equity among founders and key employees.

For this, we are again pleased to present excerpts of a recent panel discussion offered by the MIT Enterprise Forum Software Entrepreneurship Special Interest Group, on April 19, 2012 .   The program was organized by Shirish Ranjit, Sanjay Manandhar, Chris Deschenes and me.  Chris also served as the moderator.  You can read more about the program, the Software Entrepreneurship special interest group and the forum itself at www.MITforumCambridge.org. 

The excerpts in this podcast are remarks made by panelists Brad Rosen (Founder of Mobile device app companies Drync and Colorstripe LLC), Carm Huntress (Co-Founder of Cardvio, a web start up for greeting cards, and a chief Technology Officer of web companies Reef Partners and Audiogon) and Mark Thirman (founder and CEO of Airprint Networks) to questions on salaries for early team members.

Direct download: Startup_Algebra_Part_4.mp3
Category:High Tech Entrepreneurship -- posted at: 1:31pm EDT
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Start-up Algebra Part 3

A third in our series of discussions on "StartUp Algebra," that is, on the mathematics of start up high tech businesses and, particularly, on dividing equity among founders and key employees.

For this, we are again pleased to present excerpts of a recent panel discussion offered by the MIT Enterprise Forum Software Entrepreneurship Special Interest Group, on April 19, 2012 .   The program was organized by Shirish Ranjit, Sanjay Manandhar, Chris Deschenes and me.  Chris also served as the moderator.  You can read more about the program, the Software Entrepreneurship special interest group and the forum itself at www.MITforumCambridge.org. 

The excerpts in this podcast are remarks made by Mark Thirman, founder and CEO of Airprint Networks.   Mark offered his remarks at the opening of a panel discussion that also included Brad Rosen, Founder of Mobile device app companies Drync and Colorstripe LLC, and Carm Huntress, Co-Founder of Cardvio, a web start up for greeting cards, and a chief Technology Officer of web companies Reef Partners and Audiogon.

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