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OPEN-SV: Ask-Me-Anything Mentorship Breakfast with Mahmood Panjwani

  • 15 Nov 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Provided after Registration 1-2 days before event
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OPEN SV members must register for this event to attend. Available first-come, first-server basis due to limited seating.

Free event for Members. You need to be a member to attend this event.


What: OPEN-SV Ask-Me-Anything Mentorship Breakfast with Mahmood Panjwani

When: 8:30AM-10AM on Friday, Nov 15, 2019

Where: Palo Alto, CA (Address will be sent 1-2 days before event to registered attendees)

Registration: https://opensv.wildapricot.org/event-3615734

 

OPEN-SV invites you to join for an Ask-Me-Anything Mentorship Breakfast event with Mahmood Panjwani. Registration is required due to limited seating and for interactive mentoring. Attendees are encouraged to bring their formal business plan, strategy document, pitch-to-VC slides, prototype, etc for our mentor to review and comment.

Mahmood Panjwani is an Entrepreneur-In-Residence at Artiman Ventures, an $1B+ sector-agnostic early stage Venture Capital firm based in Silicon Valley and Bangalore.

 Mahmood is also the Chairman of Infinisim, an Electronic Design Automation Company, providing verification solutions to customers focusing on sub 10nm designs.

 Mahmood is also a lead Mentor at StartX - a Startup Community affiliated with Stanford University.

 Mahmood was co-founder, Chairman and CEO of iManage Inc. (NASD: IMAN) that merged with Interwoven Inc. (NASD: IWOV) in November 2003. During his tenure at iManage, Mahmood led the company from its inception in 1996 to its IPO in 1999 and finally its merger with Interwoven. He successfully led the company through its toughest period during the technology downturn of early 2000s. He accomplished this by practicing sound financial discipline, maintaining the motivation of a talented team, and building a trusting relationship with the Wall Street investors and analysts.

 Mahmood has a BS and MS degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Illinois. He is a charter member of entrepreneurial organizations OPEN Silicon Valley, and TiE. He also serves on the Board of American Pakistan Foundation. 


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