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VLAB and Sonnenschein present Entrepreneurs Uncensored - Legal Series! SOLD OUT

  • Sep 28, 2010 · 6:00 PM
  • SNR Denton

Register at This three part series provides entrepreneurs business, tactical and legal education. Presented by experienced industry CEOs, venture capitalists and lawyers, the series will offer insights on cutting-edge issues faced by entrepreneurs today.
Series 1: Top 10 mistakes entrepreneurs should avoid when launching a startup Many startup ideas fail to ever be launched and many, many fail within the first year or two. By knowing what not to do before launching a venture, an entrepreneur can convert that knowledge into a recipe for success just by negating. Come join us as our star panel discusses the common mistakes that lead to startup failures. 6:00PM to 7:00PM - Registration and Networking 7:00PM to 8:15PM - Main Event
Moderator * Craig Menden - Partner - Corporate Practice, Venture Capital/Emerging Growth Company Group, Sonnenschein
Speakers * Drew Houston - CEO, Cofounder - DropBox * Dave McClure - Angel Investor, Founder of Startup2Startup and GeeksOnaPlane * Carl Showalter - General Partner, Opus Capital

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    Needed better moderation. Discussion generally strayed too frequently and too far off the topic of "Top 10 mistakes Entrepreneurs Should Avoid When Launching a Startup" into a bunch term sheet minutia. Not surprising, given two VC types, a VC lawyer, and a VC-backed entrepreneur on the panel, so there probably needs to be more alignment and preparation between the VLAB organizers and the moderator to keep this from happening. Drew Houston of Dropbox stood out in terms of salient insights and generally keeping things on track. For example, he put things into perspective by likening term sheets to doing one's taxes.

    One of the panelists was dropping way too many F-bombs, which breaks the ice at first but then quickly becomes unprofessional.

    September 29, 2010

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