Tuesday, April 11, 2000

It's E-Society to you, wiseguy!

Although many guests were at Garage.com's Bootcamp, Shuja Keen claims it wasn't intentional to have MIT's Entrepreneurship Society  gathering at Garage on Tuesday, April 11, for some club networking, jazz and cocktails. It was a nice intimate group, and I got to spend some time chatting with David Ludlum, one of the better business plan writers around (ludlum.com), architect Deeba Haider and Lisa Heller of First Call Interactive. Ziad Ferzly and Surekha Vajjhala, the program director for the MIT Entrepreneur Center, and Rafi Haqqani of PricewaterhouseCoopers were enjoying some camaraderie. Just before heading out I met Sarah Stirland of the Red Herring, and chatted for a while with Marc Samwer of Ebay Europe.