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Building an Enduring Start-up - Lessons for Entrepreneurs

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You are invited to join Krishna Gupta (Founder of Romulus Capital) for an interactive presentation on what it takes to build your startup from an idea to an enduring company. The session focuses on building start-ups in university ecosystems and will be followed by a Q&A session during which aspiring entrepreneurs and engineers are invited to ask specific questions on their ideas or startups. The event takes place at 4:15 pm, immediately before the Impulse Nano Innovation Seminar with Prof. Charles Smith (Founder of Cavendish Kinetics), in the Rayleigh Seminar Room at the Maxwell Centre. Drinks and nibbles will be provided after the talks. Krishna Gupta (MIT ‘09, Forbes 30 under 30) founded Romulus Capital, an early-stage venture capital fund, out of an MIT dorm room 10 years ago. Now, he manages $200M and has helped build more than 20 deep tech startups from MIT , Harvard, Stanford, and Cambridge University. Krishna has always been inspired by the idea of “building to last.” Over the years, Krishna has led Romulus to regularly be the first institutional partner of early-stage companies across numerous verticals. He works closely with these companies to help them build powerful foundations. You are also welcome to join the similar event happening in the evening at the Department of Engineering:

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