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Tony Seba is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Disruption and Clean Energy at Stanford University, a serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur and author. His work focuses on clean energy, entrepreneurship, market disruption, and the technology trends that are leading to the disruption of the world’s major industries, such as energy, transportation, manufacturing and infrastructure.
A sought-after educator and speaker, Seba has keynoted and run workshops at organizations like Google, the Institute for the Future, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the California League of Cities.
At Stanford University he teaches entrepreneurs and executives how to create, build and grow successful and disruptive businesses. His courses include “Understanding and Leading Market Disruption”, "Clean Energy - Market and Investment Opportunities", "Finance for Entrepreneurs" and “Business and Revenue Model Innovation”. He also teaches at Singularity University, at top business schools around the world, and in-company at some of the world's top high tech companies such as Google and Cisco.
Mr. Seba has been an advisor in the development of hundreds of megawatts of solar and wind projects. He is also an advisor to venture capital investors and solar accelerator SFUN.
A serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Seba was an early employee at Internet leaders Cisco Systems and RSA Data Security where he managed strategic planning and business development. He was the founder and CEO of venture-backed PrintNation.com, which disrupted the 4th largest manufacturing industry in America: commercial printing. He has won numerous ‘best-of’ awards including Forbes ‘Best of the Web’ and Upside ‘Hot 100’ and has been featured in the world’s top technology entrepreneurship media.
Tony Seba holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
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