VLAB

VLAB (Venture Lab) is Silicon Valley non-profit organization dedicated to connecting entrepreneurs, experts, venture capitalists, private investors and engineers. VLAB is the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum.[1] Most of VLAB events take place at Stanford Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, California.[2]

History

VLAB was founded in November 1990 as entrepreneurship forum. VLAB is one of 28 worldwide chapters of the MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc and is sponsored by the Stanford University Office of Technology Licensing, and the Alumni Association of Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

Past VLAB events participants have included CEOs and senior level executives from companies such as Tesla Motors, Google, Tellme, Mint, Cloudera, and LinkedIn. The forum also participatedtop VCs including Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Sequoia, Mayfield, USVP, Hummer Winblad and New Enterprise Associates.[3][4][5][6]

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