Exclusive conversation with author and serial ...

Jul 22, 2021
08:00 AM - 09:30 AM (America/Los_Angeles)

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Overview

Hear the story of serial entrepreneur Shirish Nadkarni who came to this country as a teenager with $25 dollars in his pocket. Follow his journey from Harvard Business school to Microsoft where he engineered the $400 million acquisition of Hotmail and launched MSN.com, the world's leading web portal. Discover the entrepreneurial path that he took with TeamOn Systems which pioneered mobile email and was later acquired by BlackBerry. Not satisfied with one startup, Shirish soon launched the first social language learning app Livemocha, and grew it to over 15 million members in 200 different countries before being acquired by Rosettastone.

With the advent of the internet, mobile computing, and now AI/Machine learning and cloud computing, the number of new startups have accelerated over the last decade across tech centers in Silicon Valley, Israel, India, and China. Shirish's new book From Startup to Exit - An Insider’s guide to launching and scaling your Tech business shares the knowledge that Shirish Nadkarni has gained from over two decades of success, detailing the practical aspects of startup formation from founding, funding, management, and finding an exit.

Come join us for an exclusive conversation with Shirish Nadkarni conducted by Gowri Shankar, Board member of TiE Seattle.

Author

Shirish Nadkarni, Serial Entrepreneur, TiE Charter Member and Board, Co- Chair Z5 Catalyst

Shirish Nadkarni, Serial Entrepreneur, TiE Charter Member and Board, Co- Chair Z5 Catalyst

Serial Entrepreneur, TiE Se...

Shirish Nadkarni is a serial entrepreneur with proven success in creating multiple consumer businesses that have scaled to tens of millions of users worldwide. Shirish was the co-founder of Live...

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