Speaking Engagements

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Speaking Engagements 2018-12-12T11:49:47+00:00

Looking for a Speaker for Your Next Silicon Valley meeting

Sean Murphy is available for selected public speaking engagements. The format generally used is 45 minutes of practical information followed by question-and-answer segment. This format can be customized to meet the needs of your group. Fees vary depending upon nature and charter of group.

Here are a list of speaking events and mentoring sessions Sean has taken part in. He also facilitates three roundtable discussions a month for the Bootstrapper Breakfast® in Silicon Valley

2018 Speaking Engagements

  • Nov-27-2018: “The Startup Leap: Founders’ Lessons Learned” at Lean Culture (Panel moderator)
  • Nov-14-2018: “Enterprise Sales for Startups” at Draper University
  • November 2018: “Engineering Your Sales Funnel” mini-workshop at Palo Alto, Sunnyvale (Nov-20), and Mtn View (Nov-30) Bootstrapper Breakfasts
  • September 2018: “Planning for Growth” mini-workshop at Palo Alto (Sep-7), Sunnyvale (Sep-18), and Mtn View (Sep-28) Bootstrapper Breakfasts
  • July 2018 “Lean Canvas Planning” mini-workshops at Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, and Mtn View Bootstrapper Breakfasts
  • April-28-2018 “Lean 101” at Lean Culture
  • Mar-22-23-2018 Mentor Sessions for Health Startup at Nordic Innovations
  • Mar-12-2018 “Startups: What’s Hot, What’s Not” (2018) at Women in Consulting
  • Mar-8-2018 “Subcontracting Do’s and Don’ts” at PATCA Panel
  • March 2018 “Grow Your Network Even If You are an introvert” mini-workshops by Theresa Shafer at Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, and Mtn View Bootstrapper Breakfasts
  • January 2018: “Put Your Business Plan for Q1 2018 on a 3×5 Card” mini-workshops at Palo Alto (Jan-5), Sunnyvale (Jan-16), and “Mtn View (Jan-26)” Bootstrapper Breakfasts

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  • Oct 2004 “Business of EDA Standards” at Synopsys EDA Interoperability Developers’ Forum