[ECE PhiBar] Startups in the Bay
jguss at andrew.cmu.edu
Thu Mar 5 14:31:27 EST 2009
"non-engineering" isn't a field, and startups are generally trying to avoid
spending money on account of how there isn't going to be any more for them
in the foreseeable future. I'd talk to Bowai, though, he knows everybody.
I have no idea how to contact him.
On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Kendall Lowrey <klowrey at andrew.cmu.edu>wrote:
> Walk around the bay area saying, "la-di-da-di-da, i'm a venture
> capitalist looking for young impressionable startup-ers to pour money on!"
> - Show quoted text -
> Kartik Subramanian wrote:
> > Start one!
> > Boris Lipchin wrote:
> >> Hey guys,
> >> An old friend of mine is looking for startups in the bay area to do some
> >> work (non-engineering) related. Does anyone have a good resource of
> >> where to find these 10-15 engineer companies? Or perhaps, personal
> >> recommendations would also work really great. The ultimate question of
> >> the day is, how does one find startups?
> >> Cheers,
> >> Boris
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