UC Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum












The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship.

Technology Entrepreneurship on the Global Stage: 4th Annual Intel+Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge
In this fourth year of the competiton eight finalists from a variety of countries present their winning business innovations in areas that have the greatest potential for a positive impact on society through the deployment of new and truly innovative technologies. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 20, 2008. 79 min. DVD X1210

The Current Economic Turmoil and the Entrepreneur: The Impact on New Venture Financing and Survival
This special edition of the Forum turns its attention to the immediate difficulties of capital markets and how they impact economic opportunity for today's emerging entrepreneurs. Panel: Brian Atwood (Versant Ventures), Mike Gridley (Industry Ventures), Garrett Gruener (Alta), Jim Wilcox (UCB) Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 23, 2008. 75 min. DVD X1209

The Halo Effect: Pitfalls to Entrepreneurial Success
In this segment Phil Rosenzweig, author of "The halo effect," is joined by a panel who will continue his discussion on how popular culture's habit of celebrating successful entrepreneurs and ventures interferes with accurate inquiry into what makes entities and individual entrepreneurers successful. Speaker: Phil Rosenzweig ; panel: Siri Schubert, Barry Staw, Laura Sydell. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 25, 2008. 60 min. DVD X1208

The Changing Face of Venture Investing
This segment includes presentations by executives of venture capital firms as they investigate current challenges in venture investing. Host: Jerome S. Engel ; moderator: Sam Angus (Fenwick & West) Panel: Steve Bengston (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Nat Goldhaber (Claremont Creek Ventures), Bill Reichert (Garage Technology Ventures), Prashant Shah (Hummer Winblad). Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, August 28, 2008. 68 min. DVD X1207

Business Plan Competition [2008]
This segment covers the presentation of awards to the successful firms and individuals entered in the Business Plan Competition for 2008. The eight finalists include Carsala, Glycometrix, Implicit Interfaces, Kebima, LReady, Omniox, Reporterist, and Titan Medical. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, May 1, 2008. 123 min. DVD X1203

Solar Crosses the Chasm
This segment includes presentations by speakers who discuss technological innovations in solar energy and how to maneuver this renewable energy source into mainstream energy markets. Speakers: Matt Campbell (SunPower), Bryant Tong (Nth Power), Cyrus Wadia (ERG), Eric Wesoff (GreenTech Media), John Wollard (BrightSource Energy) Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 3, 2008. 71 min. DVD X1202

Entrepreneurial Opportunities Enabled by Open Innovation
This segment includes presentations by a panel looking at a new model of innovation "Open Innovation" in which companies utilize more external ideas in their own innovation process and let unused internal ideas be used by others on the outside. Moderator, Henry Chesbrough ; speakers: Alpheus Bingham (InnoCentive), David Tennenhouse (New Venture Partners), Jonathan Spier (NetBase) Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 28, 2008. 38 min. DVD X1201

The Business of Social Platforms
This segment includes presentations by founders and CEOs developing tools for social platforms on the web, representing firms that allow the user to personalize, control and enhance their online spaces. Speakers: Jia Shen (RockYou), Darian Shirazi (Redux), Joyce Park (Renkoo), Kevin Chou (Watercooler) Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 24, 2008. 60 min. DVD X1200

Business Plan Competition [2007]
This segment covers the presentation of awards to the successful firms and individuals entered in the Business Plan Competition for 2007. The eight finalists include AidNetworks, Clicker, InVino Sense, ODS Oral Delivery Systems, Parada Imaging, SeroNostics, Shape Memory Therapeutics, and Tubemogul. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 26, 2007. 133 min. DVD 7999

CleanTech: The New Entrepreneurial Frontier
This segment includes presentations by three speakers who look at technological innovations in clean technology and the emerging technologies that will redefine our energy future. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 22, 2007. DVD 7998

Neuroscience Startups: Building New Businesses to Feed Your Brain
This segment includes presentations by a panel of speakers who address advances in neuroscience that are paving the way for a revolution in health care for the brain and the new companies that are creating drugs, devices and therapies to help insure the brain's future health. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 22, 2007. 70 min. DVD 7997

Can Startups Penetrate the Living Room?: Emerging Goliaths of Consumer Electronics
This segment includes presentations by a panel of speakers who address the continually growing and changing world of consumer electronics. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 25, 2007. 61 min. DVD 7996

Mobile Goes Web goes Mobile: The Melting Pot
This segment includes a panel discussion by Brian Doughterty of Airena, Inc., Dorrian Porter of Mozes, Paul Scanlan of MobiTV and Kristin Asleson McDonnell of Limelife, each a leading entrepreneur who is blurring the lines between traditional web applications and mobile applications. >Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 16, 2006. 75 min. DVD 6695

Entrepreneurship on the Global Stage: The 20 Best New Technology Business Ideas in the World
Keynote address: Brenda Musilli (Intel) ; Host: Jerome S. Engel. In this second year of the competition eight finalists from a variety of countries present their winning business innovations in areas that have the greatest potential for a positive impact on society through the deployment of new and truly innovative technologies. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 26, 2006. 66 min. DVD 6694

Issues and Obstacles of Going Public in Today's Market
Matthew Hemington, Mark Jensen, Rick Kimball, Amy Corinne Smith. This segment includes presentations by Matthew Hemington of Cooley Godward, Mark Jensen of Deloitte & Touche, Rick Kimball of Technology Crossover Ventures and Amy Corinne Smith of Lehman Brothers. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 28, 2006. 57 min. DVD 6693

Venture Capital 2007: trends and new developments
Panel: Brian Atwood, Steve Bengston, Greg Gretsch, Mitchell Kertzman ; Moderator, Robert Dellenbach. This segment includes a panel discussion by Brian Atwood of Versant Ventures, Steve Bengston of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Greg Gretsch of Sigma + Partners, and Mitchell Kertzman of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, August 28, 2006. 72 min. DVD 6692

Business Plan Competition [2006]
Host: Jerome S. Engel. The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment covers the presentation of awards to the successful firms and individuals entered in the Business Plan Competition for 2006. The eight finalists include Allied Polymer, Aurora BioFuels, CellASIC, Kirsen Radio Vision, Love Ensure, Silicon Servo, Tree Frog and Xylim Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 27, 2006. 120 min. DVD 5750

Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship & Innovation Award
Host: Jerome S. Engel. Tom Campbell, Jennifer Maxwell, Phyllis Cook, Mick Hellman. The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment honors F. Warren Hellman, co-founder of the San Francisco based firm Hellman & Friedman, who has been instrumental in the formation of the modern private equity industry. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 23, 2006. 71 min. DVD 5749

Opportunity Identification in the Energy World
Host: Jerome S. Engel; Moderator, Joe Desmond (Calif. Energy Commission) The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by James C. Davis of Chevron Energy Solutions, Richard Swanson of SunPower and Rodrigo Prudencio of Nth Power. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 23, 2006. 72 min. DVD 5748

Crossborder Investing: Israel As a Case Study
Host: Jerome S. Engel ; Introduction, David Akov. The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Isaac Applbaum of Opus Capital, Steve Krausz of U.S. Venture Partners and Opher Kahane of Juniper Networks. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 26, 2006. 62 min. DVD 5747

Global Venturing
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Kevin Scott, director of 3i, Lip-Bu Tan, founder of Walden International, Deborah Magid, of IBM Venture Capital Group, Stephen Eichenlaub of Intel Capital and Mark Jensen of Deloitte & Touche. A discussion of venture strategies in the global market. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 17, 2005. 56 min. DVD 5778

The Wireless Revolution: Finding Business Opportunities
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes a panel discussion by Julie Ask of Jupiter Research, Rob Scott of Nokia Corporation US, Vasudev Bhandarkar and John Gardner of Blue Run Ventures, Peter Barry of Vodafone, and Paul Healy of WaveMarket. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 27, 2005. 61 min. DVD 5777

Open Source: Making a Business on Free Software
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes a panel discussion by Zack Urlocker of MySQL, Allan Leinwand of JP Morgan Partners, Jacob Taylor of SugarCRM, Paul Doscher, president of Jaspersoft and Philippe Cases of Partech International. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 29, 2005. 60 min. DVD 5776

2005 Overview of Venture Capital and Trends in Financing
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Steve Bengston of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sam Angus of Fenwick & West, Brian Atwood, co-founder of Versant Ventures and Greg Gretsch of Sigma Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 1, 2005. 81 min. DVD 5775

An Evening Honoring C. Richard Kramlich
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment honors C. Richard Kramlich, a venture capitalist for three decades and co-founder of New Enterprise Associates. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 31, 2005. 78 min. DVD 4356

Business Plan Competition [2005]
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment covers the presentation of awards to the successful firms and individuals entered in the Business Plan Competition for 2005. The seven finalists include Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (harmonic devices) and Helios, Mujisan Pharaceuticals, Plunar, PrismVideo, Inc., Telegraph Systems, and the World of Good Development Organization. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 28, 2005. 118 min. DVD 4355

Energy Technology: Emerging Solutions
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Ira Ehrenpreis of Technology Partners, Bryant Tong of Nth Power and John Woolard of Itron. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 27, 2005. 52 min. DVD 4353

Corporate Spinouts an Emerging Source of New Venture Opportunity
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Glenn Solomon of Partech International, George Hoye of Blueprint Ventures, Farshid Arman of Siemens Technology-to-Business Center and Sean Doyle of Intel Capital. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 24, 2005. 52 min. DVD 4352

2004 Overview of Venture Capital and Trends in Financing
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Steve Bengston of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Greg Gretsch of Sigma Partners and Jim Glasheen of Technology Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 2, 2004. DVD 4351

Old Blues, New Blues
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by UC Berkeley graduates Kevin Brown, VP of Marketing of Decru, John Hanke, co-founder of Keyhole Corporation, and Greg Hildebrand, co-founder of Volterra Semiconductor. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 18, 2004. 54 min. DVD 4350

The Internet: Still the Land of Opportunity
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment includes presentations by Marty Manley, CEO of Alibris; Jeff Fluhr, co-founder of StubHub; Konstantin Guericke, co-founder of Linkedin and James Currier, CEO of Tickle. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 21, 2004. 46 min. DVD 4349

Focus on Life Sciences: Financing the Early Stage Company
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment presents a panel discussion by venture capitalists who specialize in biotechnology industries. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, February 26, 2004. 63 min. DVD 2826

The Future of Electronics: and What It Means to You
This segment includes presentations by Dr. Vivek Subramanian of the UCB College of Engineering and Steve Domenik of Sevin Rosen Funds. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 29, 2004. 49 min. Video/C MM301

2003 Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship & Innovation Award [presented to] Ralph Landau
Commentary: Alex Bell (UCB), C. Judson King (UCB), Gordon Moore (Intel), David Mowery (UCB), Nathan Rosenberg (Stanford U.), David Teece, Tom Campbell. This segment honoring Ralph Landau, founder of Scientific Design Incorporated, includes a film biography of his accomplishments and presentations by contemporaries and colleagues. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, April 24, 2003. 48 min. Video/C 9648]

U.C. Berkeley Business Plan Competition: Finalist Presentations Award Ceremony
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment presents an awards ceremony for the finalists in a business innovation competition, sponsored by the Lester Center. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, April 29, 2004. 112 min. DVD 2828

Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship & Innovation Award: Sanford R. Robertson
The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment honors Sanford R. Robertson, co-founder of Robertson Stephens and Francisco Partners, who helped define venture capital and who has led the initial public offerings of many of the nation's best know high tech firms, including Applied Materials, Sun Microsystems, Dell Computer and Pixar Animation. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 18, 2004. 60 min. DVD 2827

Tech Treasure in Toys: The Leapfrog Story
This segment includes a presentation by Michael Wood of LeapFrog Enterprises which specializes in technology-based learning products. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, March 20, 2003. 72 min. Video/C 9647

Nanotechnology: What's the Big Deal About These Tiny Devices?
This segment includes presentations by Paul Alivisatos of the UCB College of Chemistry, Larry Bock of Nanosys, Inc., Charles Janac of Nanomix and Scott Mize of AngstroVision Inc. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, November 21, 2002. 66 min. Video/C 9535

Where Have All the Angels Gone?
This segment includes presentations by Randy Williams of the Keiretsu Forum, Frank Ruderman of Tenex Medical Investors, Steve Stephansen of Sand Hill Angels, Jeff Lindgren of Diablo Venture Alliance and Damir Perge of Futuredex. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, October 24, 2002. 51 min. Video/C 9534

GOOGLE: From Successful Search Engine to Successful Company
This segment includes a presentation by Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, Inc. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 26, 2002. 49 min. Video/C 9533

Managing the Downturn in the New Venture Economy: Where Do We Go From Here?
This segment includes presentations by Jay Morrison of Newbury Ventures, Danny Biran of Silverback Systems and Jim Atwell of Deloitte & Touche. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, August 29, 2002. 66 min. Video/C 9532

Then and Now: Starting a Company in the New Economy
In this segment Guy Kawasaki of Garage Technology Ventures discusses how to start, fund and build a technology business. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, March 21, 2002. 58 min. Video/C 8884

Building a Successful Company: A Partnership
This segment includes presentations by William J. Harding of Morgan Stanley Venture Partners and Igor Khandros, founder and CEO of FormFactor. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, February 28, 2002. 68 min. Video/C 8883

Venture Capital: What Deals are Being Made and Why?
Presentations by Todd Brooks of the Mayfield Fund, Jennifer Scott Fonstad of the firm of Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Thomas G. McKinley of Partech International and Rebecca Robertson of Versant Ventures. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 24, 2002.29, 2001. 60 min. Video/C 8882

The Indus Connection: East Meets West in Silicon Valley
Over 30% of new ventures in Silicon Valley since 1980 have been founded by Indian and Chinese emigrants. This segment presents a panel of entrepreneurs who exemplify this important phenomenon. Featured speakers: Host: Jerome S. Engel. Panel: Kailash Joshi (TiE), Vani Kola (nthOrbit), Kumar Malavalli (Brocade). Moderator: Gurmeet Naroola. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, November 29, 2001. 80 min. Video/C 8531

Beyond the Genome: What's Next in Biotech?
With the completion of the human genome project, a panel of speakers looks at the biotechnology industry which is now scrambling to create different business models and bring new drugs to the market. Featured speakers: Host: Jerome S. Engel. Panel: Brian Atwood (Versant Ventures), Garry Bunin (Libraria), Gajus Worthington (Fluidigm). Moderator: Betsy O'Neill (Tularik). Held at the University of California, Berkeley, October 25, 2001. 90 min. Video/C 8530

The Window Cracks Open: IPOs in the 2001 Market
Presents three speakers addressing the health of the public markets today and the possibility for young companies to go public in this environment.Featured speakers: Host: Jerome S. Engel. James Socas (Credit Suisse First Boston), Raj P. Sabhlok (Embarcadero Technologies), Stephen R. Wong (Embarcadero Technologies). September 20, 2001. 75 min. Video/C 8529

"What's the Frequency, Kenneth?"
Presents a panel discussion on the current status of the wireless business environment, as well as best practices and trends for success. Panel: Peter Buhl (Nokia Ventures), Cliff Higgerson (ComVentures), Patrick Lilley (Digital Transit), Amit Nagpal (Analysys Group), Greg Shirai (Handspring). Moderator: Keval Desai (ONSET Ventures). Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, August 30, 2001. 60 min. Video/C 8528

An Evening Honoring William "Bill" Hambrecht
This segment honors William Hambrecht, a Silicon Valley finance pioneer and co-founder of Hambrecht & Quist, a California investment bank founded in the 1960s. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 26, 2001. 61 min. Video/C 7962

Venture Capital on the First Anniversary of the Dot-Com Meltdown: A Berkeley Perspective
This segment includes presentations by Steve Domenik of Sevin Rosen Funds, Gary Kalbach of El Dorado Ventures, Mark Kvamme of Sequoia Capital and Steve Herrick of Continental Capital. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 22, 2001. 50 min. Video/C 7961

Raising Money in Silicon Alley: A Silicon Valley Perspective
This segment includes a presentation by Scott Galloway, founder of Prophet Consulting and Brand Farm. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 22, 2001. 53 min. Video/C 7960

The Next Digital Revolution: Innovation in the College of Engineering at Berkeley
This segment includes a presentation by Professor Richard Newton, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley and partner in the Mayfield Fund. Title from cassette label. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 25, 2001. 120 min. Video/C 7959

Bricks to Clicks in the New Internet Reality: How to Shorten the Path to Profitability
This segment includes presentations by Dan Beldy of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Brian and Todd Dunning of Buylink, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 30, 2000. 49 min. Video/C 7958

Next Generation Internet: Enhanced TV/Broadband
This segment includes a presentation by Larry Marcus of Walden VC. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, October 26, 2000. 57 min. Video/C 7572

Accelerating Early Stage Start-ups
This segment includes presentations by Randy Haykin of iMinds Ventures, Neil Cohen of CampSix and Alan Fisher of Wingspring. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 28, 2000. 47 min. Video/C 7568

Strategies for Effective Branding on the Web
This segment includes presentations by Steven Donaldson of BGDI, Inc. and Scott Waltz of AllBusiness.com. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, August 31, 2000. 53 min. Video/C 7573

An Evening Honoring Dr. Gordon E. Moore
Host: Jerome S. Engel. Don McQuade (UCB), Les Vadasz (UCB), Andy Grove (Intel), Jean Jones (Intel), Bill Davidow (Mohr Davidow Ventures), Robert Berdahl (UCB, chancellor), William Spencer, Arthur Rock, David Baltimore, David Keys. This segment honoring Gordon E. Moore, the co-founder of Intel Corporation, includes a film biography of his accomplishments in the Santa Clara Valley and presentations by contemporaries and colleagues. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, April 27, 2000. 38 min. Video/C 7521

Business to Business: Strategies for the Internet
This segment includes a presentation by Alan Braverman of the Business-to-Business Division of NBCi Corporate. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, March 23, 2000. 39 min. Video/C 7519

W.R. Hambrecht & Co.: A New Kind of Investment Bank
This segment includes a presentation by J. D. Delafield of W.R. Hambrecht & Company which specializes in investments in Internet industries. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 24, 2000. 34 min. Video/C 7507

An Evening Honoring Dr. Gordon E. Moore
This segment includes presentations by Roy Martinez of Intel Corporation and Peter Buhl of Nokia Ventures. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 27, 2000. 46 min. Video/C 7522

Angels in the Infield: Start-up Financing for Entrepreneurs
This segment includes presentations by Robert Lepper, Eric Shirley, Nat Goldhaber and Bob Bozeman of Angel Investors. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, November 18, 1999. 54 min. Video/C 7516

The Future of PDA's
This segment includes a presentation by Ed Colligan of Handspring. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, October 28, 1999. 41 min. Video/C 7517

Inventing the Future Through Technology Innovation: The SRI Story
This segment includes a presentation by Dr. Curtis Carlson of SRI International. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 23, 1999. 44 min. Video/C 7520

The "Vortal": Accessing Vertical Markets on the Net
This segment includes presentations by J. Neil Weintraut of 21st Century Internet Venture Partners and Rishabh Mehrotra of Perksatwork.com. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, August 26, 1999. 52 min. Video/C 7518

An Evening Honoring Arthur Rock: With Tributes by Friends and Colleagues
Host: Jerome S. Engel. A.C. "Mike" Markkula (Apple), Ken Oshman (Eschelon), Larry Sonsini (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati), Gordon Moore (Intel), William H. Davidow (Mohr Davidow Ventures), Ann Winblad, James McCarthy (Basic Fund), Laura D. Tyson (Dean, U.C. Business), Arthur Rock. This segment honoring one of the pioneer investors in communications technology in the Santa Clara Valley includes a film biography and presentations by contemporaries from the California computer industry. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 22, 1999. 60 min. Video/C 7501

Old Blues Tackle the Internet
This segment includes presentations by Kevin Brown of Inktomi Corporation, Doug Galen of E-Loan, Inc. and Charles H. Ferguson of Vermeer Technologies. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, March 18, 1999. 74 min. Video/C 7515

The Revolution in Telecom: Opportunities for Entrepreneurs
This segment includes presentations by Paul Johnson of BancBoston Robertson Stephens and Venkalesh Swaminathan of Nightfire Software. Notes: Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 29, 1999. 51 min. Video/C 7495

Financing New Ventures in Today's Markets
This segment includes presentations by David Witherow of Venture One, Alex Barkas of Prospect Venture Partners and Garrett Gruener of Alta Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 19, 1998. 60 min. Video/C 7498

Band of Angels
This segment includes presentations by Hans Severeins of the investment group Band of Angels, Umberto Miletti of DigitalThink, Inc. and Debbie Gorenberg of KidsPark. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 22, 1998. 60 min. Video/C 7499

E-commerce Takes Off
This segment includes a presentation by Jim Hornthal the founder of the online travel service, Preview Travel, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 24, 1998. 7 min. Video/C 7496

Health Care Services: A New Entrepreneurial Frontier
This segment includes presentations by Dr. Paul Auerbach of MedAmerica, Inc., Dr. Rick Peters of iTrust, and William J. Long of Hambrecht & Quist. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, August 27, 1998. 73 min. Video/C 7497

Successful Commercialization of University/National Laboratory Based Technology.
This segment includes presentations by John Dobak of Cryogen, Roger Werne of ITI Medical Technologies, and Elwyn Ewald of WaterHealth International, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 19, 1998. 67 min. Video/C 7483

An Evening honoring Dr. Alejandro Zaffaroni.
This segment honoring Dr. Alejandro Zaffaroni, the founder of Genentech, includes presentations by Sam Collela (Institutional Venture Partners), Isaac Stein (Alza Corporation), Gordon Ringold (Affymax), Stephen Fodor (Affymetrix), Peter Schultz (Symyx). Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 23, 1998. 62 min. Video/C 7489

Raising Money: The Emerging Role of Women in Venture Capital.
This segment includes presentations by Adele Oliva of Patricof & Co. Ventures, Dr. Linda Sonntag of Axiom Venture Partners and Nancy Olson of St. Paul Venture Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 26, 1998. 62 min. Video/C 7488

Red Herring
This segment includes a presentation by Chris Alden, co-founder of The Red Herring Magazine. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 28, 1998. 60 min. Video/C 7500

Building Brand Equity: Big Strategies for Small Companies.
This segment includes presentations by Bill Rosenzweig of The Republic of Tea, Sam Salkin of Peet's Coffee & Tea and Robin Joy, director of Marketing for Odwalla, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 20, 1997. 51 min. Video/C 7486

Incubating Success.
This segment includes presentations by Brian Goncher of Frontier Venture Capital and Ross A. Hunt of FlashPoint Technology, Inc., one of the businesses in the non-profit incubator, The San Jose Software Business Cluster. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 23, 1997. 62 min. Video/C 7484

Building Brand Equity: Big Strategies for Small Companies.
This segment includes presentations by Bill Rosenzweig of The Republic of Tea, Sam Salkin of Peet's Coffee & Tea and Robin Joy, director of Marketing for Odwalla, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 20, 1997. 51 min. Video/C 7486

Electronic Commerce: E*Trade, A Case Study
This segment includes a presentation by Bill Porter, the founder of E*Trade Securities, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 25, 1997. 52 min. Video/C 7485

The Role of Investment Banking in Financing High Tech Ventures
This segment includes presentations by James Davidson of Hambrecht & Quist, Joseph Schell of Montgomery Securities and Chip Vetter of Robertson Stephens.Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, August 28, 1997. 66 min. Video/C 7492

Playing with Success: New Worlds of Learning Through Toys
This segment includes presentations by Danny Grossman of Wild Planet Toys and Michael Wood of LeapFrog. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 21, 1996. 58 min. Video/C 7511

IPO Markets: What's Hot?
This segment includes presentations by John Hodge of Technology Investment Group, David Gleba of VentureOne and William Harding of Morgan Stanley Venture Partners. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 22, 1996. 75 min. Video/C 7504

Life on the Net: Internet Entrepreneurs Create New Businesses
This segment includes presentations by Mark Graham of Whole Earth Networks, Garrett Gruener of Burr Egan Deleage & Co. and Reed Taussig of Inquiry.com, inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 25, 1996. 68 min. Video/C 7508

Taking Maxis Public: A Case Study in Building Shareholder Value
This segment includes a presentation by Jeff Braun, founder of the electronic game firm Maxis, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 26, 1995. 55 min. Video/C 7494

Taking Maxis Public: A Case Study in Building Shareholder Value
This segment includes a presentation by Jeff Braun, founder of the electronic game firm Maxis, Inc. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 26, 1995. 55 min. Video/C 7495

New Trends in Venture Capital
This segment includes presentations by William Davidow of Mohr Davidow Ventures and Reid Dennis of Institutional Venture Partners. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 28, 1995. 58 min. Video/C 7571

From Start-up to Shut Down: The Story of GO Corporation
This segment includes a presentation by Jerry Kaplan of GO Corporation. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, August 31, 1995. 46 min. Video/C 7570

Celebration '95: Strategies for Successful Bootstraps
This segment includes presentations by Randall Spurrier of LaserTools Corp., Ripley H. Hunter of GET Travel, and Steven Brown of 800 Software. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 27, 1995. 84 min. Video/C 7487

Digital Imaging: A High Tech Breakthrough in Health Care Creates Venture Opportunity
This segment includes presentations by Richard Ferrari of Cardiovascular Imaging Systems and Thomas McConnell of New Enterprise Associates. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 23, 1995. 59 min. Video/C 7490

Doing Business on the Internet
This segment includes a presentation by Jim Clark of Netscape Communications Corporation and Silicon Graphics Computer Systems. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, February 23, 1995. 71 min. Video/C 7493

Success in the Specialty Food Market
This segment includes presentations by John Foraker of Napa Valley Kitchens and Nancy Mueller of Nancy's Specialty Foods. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 16, 1995. 66 min. Video/C 7503

Guns to Gadgets: Commercializing Our Nation's Defense-related Technologies
This segment includes presentations by Rudolf Hurwich of Poly Plus Battery, Cheryl Fragiadakis and David Gilbert of the Technology Transfer Department of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and Edward Lanphier of Somatix Therapy Corporation. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 26, 1995. 61 min. Video/C 7569

Venture Capital Asian Style
This segment includes presentations by Stephen B. Herrick of SBH Associates, Cyrus Hui of HanLink Management, and George P. Koo of International Strategic Alliances, Inc. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, November 17, 1994. 50 min. Video/C 7567

Specialty Retail: An Entrepreneurial View
This segment includes a presentation by W. Howard Lester of Williams-Sonoma. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, October 27, 1994. 57 min. Video/C 7565

Starting a Successful Multimedia Company
This segment includes a presentation by David Morse, principal and co-founder of Interactive Partners, a venture capital firm with application to multimedia industries. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 29, 1994. 52 min. Video/C 7955

Venture Investing: Early vs. Late Stage
This segment includes presentations by Bruce Dunlevie of Merrill Pickard Anderson & Eyre and Michael Child of TA Associates, a private equity investment firm. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 1, 1994. 52 min. Video/C 7566

Entrepreneurship and Ice Cream
This segment includes a presentation by T. Gary Rogers of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 24, 1994. 58 min. Video/C 7506

Opportunities in Biotech
This segment includes a presentation by Edward Penhoet of Chiron Corporation. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, February 24, 1994. Video/C 7512

Small Company Public Offerings: A New Opportunity
This segment includes presentations by Greg Steltenpohl of Odwalla, Inc. and David Claridge of RvR Securities Corporation. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, January 22, 1994. 48 min. Video/C 7505

Emerging Trends in Information Systems: Innovative Approach for Evaluating High-tech Ventures
This segment includes a presentation by Professor Richard Newton of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept. at the University of California, Berkeley. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, October 28, 1993. 64 min. Video/C 7510

Taking My Company Public: The Human Side
This segment includes a presentation by Jerry Fiddler of Wind River Systems. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, September 30, 1993. 59 min. Video/C 7491

New Venture Investing in the 90's
This segment includes presentations by John Hummer of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, Craig Taylor of Asset Management Associates and William Younger of Sutter Hill Ventures. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, August 26, 1993. 120 min. Video/C 7564

Entrepreneurs Sampler
Host: Jerome S. Engel. Donald Valentine, John Morgridge, George Turin, Michael Moritz, C. Gordon Bell, Alan Stein, David Gleba, Reese Jones, Tom Hale, Brian Maxwell, Jerome Engel, Steven C. Mendell, Hollings Renton. The Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum invites notable entrepreneurs, industry analysts, venture capitalists and business leaders to present their business experiences and candid insights in entrepreneurship. This segment contains highlights from past programs in the series presenting key business concepts and insights by entrepreneurs. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, August 16, 1993 27 min. Video/C 7513

Growing a Business in the East Bay: UC Alumni Speak Out
This segment includes presentations by Tom Hale of Backroads, Inc., Brian Maxwell of PowerFood, Inc. and Paul Sagues of Berkeley Process Control. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, April 29, 1993. 80 min. Video/C 7956

Three Approaches to New Venture Development
This segment includes presentations by Gabrielle Leonhard on corporate incubators, George Turin of Teknekron Corporation and Kirwood Bowman of Inman & Bowman, a venture capital firm. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, March 25, 1993. 70 min. Video/C 7563

The IPO: Agony or Ecstasy
This segment includes a presentation by George Sollman of Centigram Communications. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 28, 1993. 55 min. Video/C 7514

The Cetus-Chiron Merger: The Realities of Biotechnology in the 90's
This segment includes a presentation by Hollings Renton, president of Chiron Corporation.Held at the University of California, Berkeley, December 10, 1992. 120 min. Video/C 7562
Successful Entrepreneurial Strategies
This segment includes presentations by John Morgridge of Cisco Systems, Inc., and Donald Valentine of Sequoia Capital. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 19, 1992. 78 min. Video/C 7957

Strategic Marketing for Technology Based Ventures
This segment includes a presentation by Gregory Ruff of Regis McKenna Inc., a consulting firm on telecommunications technologies and markets. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, October 25, 1992. 70 min. Video/C 7561

Demystifying Valuations: Raising Capital in the 1990's
This segment includes presentations by Michael Moritz, Alan Stein of Montgomery Securities and David Gleba of VentureOne. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, April 23, 1992. 120 min. Video/C 7559

Entrepreneurship and Government Regulation
This segment includes a presentation by Stephen C. Mendell of XOMA Corporation which develops pharmaceutical products. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, September 24, 1992. 60 min. Video/C 7560

Turning Computers into Communication Tools
This segment includes a presentation by Reese Jones of Farallon Computing. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, March 19, 1992. 55 min. Video/C 7502

Biotech Entrepreneurship: The Road from Concept to Commercialization
This segment includes presentations by Cynthia Robbins-Roth, founder of the electronic journal BioVenture View and John Groom of Athena Neurosciences Inc. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, February 20, 1992. 86 min. Video/C 7558

Creating the Entrepreneurial Community: The Role of the Media
This segment includes a presentation by Esther Dyson, founder and publisher of the electronic journal Release 1.0, a monthly newsletter concerning the future of computing and communications. Held at the University of California, Berkeley, January 23, 1992. 65 min. Video/C 7557
Does Your Venture Measure Up?: An Innovative Approach for Evaluating High-tech Ventures
This segment includes a presentation by C. Gordon Bell of Stardent Computer and Centigram Communications. Held at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, December 5, 1991. 73 min. Video/C 7509
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