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Join us for our next meetup for the Detroit Lean Startup Circle. 5:30 to 6:00 Registration and Networking (Pizza and Pop) 6:00 to 6:15 Kickoff 6:15 to 6:45
La Giraudiere is offering internship places in France to English speaking Entrepreneurs. The successful applicants would each during their time be working alongside the present project Director/administrator of the La Giraudiere project.
This coding class is for programming beginners interested in learning how to build interactive web applications. We will use Ruby and Ruby on Rails as our tool for building the web applications and teaching you how to use it in the process. No programming experience is required.
Join us as "Social Media Why Guy" Joey McGirr shows
you how companies are dealing with living in the glass house of social media for good and bad. Joey will
share real world examples of companies embracing transparency in amazingly effective ways and
examples of companies who have not done as well.
Thinking of starting a business? Whatever business ownership pathway you choose, we want you to be successful and build a business that works.
Every other year, the MIT Enterprise Forum of Atlanta honors a remarkable entrepreneur with the E. Milton Bevington Distinguished Entrepreneur Award in recognition of the individual's extraordinary contribution to the local economy through successful new enterprise built on innovation, inspiration and determination.
Our 2013 honoree is Mr. Reggie Bradford. Reggie Bradford is an Atlanta serial entrepreneur whose 2012 sale of Vitrue to Oracle was one of the largest in Atlanta startup history.
IDEAS? This challenge is an opportunity for students or aspiring entrepreneurs to submit a business model that includes social or environmental impact that makes the world a better place!
This is the FVTC Venture Center’s most interactive, impactful, business improvement process we’ve ever offered. We’re helping small businesses, non-profits and corporations design business models built for the future.
Athgo's 5th Global Innovation Forum at the World Bank headquarters aims to provide 200 promising young people from around the world an opportunity to come together, form startup up teams, and build constructive business concepts with guidance and support from high-impact executives, inspiring entrepreneurs, and prominent mentors, all in an exciting and rewarding environment.
he Caltech Biotech Club Annual Industry Night brings together Caltech students, post-docs, staff and alumni with industry leaders from large and small biotech companies. The purpose of the event is to provide a networking forum and improve on-campus relations for students/post-docs/staff/alumni in all disciplines.
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