CEO of Bigelow Tea, Cindy Bigelow, will be coming to the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship for an interactive discussion. This is part of the Bigelow promotional day as the Center and Bigelow Tea partner together for a pilot test of the innovative application Time 4 Tea. Free tea will be served along with gifts and raffles.
We look forward to seeing you all there.
Location: School of Business 109
Pilot locations for the day: Mt Carmel Cafeteria, School of Business
Joshua Hollander has helped organizations of all shapes and sizes, from start-ups like Warburg Pincus and Softbank Ventures, to global leaders like Morgan Stanley. He helps them achieve their business objectives through world-class recruitment and retention strategies
Amy Cooper is the Co-founder and CEO of Fulfillment Works and will discuss her journey of being an Entrepreneur.
Amy navigates the challenges of client management, lead generation, and corporate marketing on a daily basis. Amy has a passion for helping young entrepreneurs and women in business.
Prior to Fulfillment Works, Amy was an educator, teaching first grade in suburban Boston. Amy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Simmons College and a Master’s in Education from University of Massachusetts.
Mark Ettlinger, Founder and President of AnyThingMed, is discussing product development focusing on medical devices
AnyThingMED is a service company that acts like an incubator or accelerator. The business concept is defined as a ‘Collaborative Invention Engine’ for the development of medical products both for clients and collaborating partners. They provide the product and business development consulting services necessary for all operations from evaluation thru commercialization.
Mary Howard: Serial Entrepreneur: Principal at Design Technologies
Design Technologies is an education and business networking firm to help launch high potential technology innovators.
Mary is also Program Manager at ELabNYC, a competitive entry program for life science researchers to launch their ventures. Now in its fifth year, program outcomes include 76 ventures launched, $36M raised with diverse participants.
QUCIE welcomes Immigration Lawyer, Dana Bucin, who will be covering Immigration Policy.
Ms. Bucin is the Chair of the Murtha Cullina Immigration Practice and represents businesses and individual clients with a wide range of immigration matters. She will be speaking about green card applications, work visas, student visas, and more!
A morning discussion series for local students and entrepreneurs to meet and engage with innovators, business owners and operators from the Greater New Haven area
Fournier Legal Services, LLC is a law firm based in the New Haven, that provides legal services to companies, with a focus on providing Business and Estate Planning solutions for individuals and businesses.
Prior to starting his own law firm, Joe was a Tax and Legal Consultant of PwC, and spent three years as the Managing Attorney and COO for one of the nation’s leading high volume personal injury law firms.
Intellectual Property workshop with Anthony Sabatelli
Anthony D. Sabatelli is an experienced patent practitioner and former biotech executive and research scientist, who provides insightful, practical, and business-oriented service to his clients. Although his primary focus is on biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry, he has had broad experience across many areas of the chemical field including formulations and polymers. Dr. Sabatelli will discuss how to be a successful patent practitioner.
Tariq Fariq , was named the Entrepreneur of the Year by the International Franchise Association (IFA) in 2009, and was elected to the IFA Board of Directors in 2016. Tariq will talk about his unbelievable journey and his way to become a successful entrepreneur .
Marcum LLP's Accounting Services Group provides the support, objectivity and expertise businesses need to succeed. They have offered a broad spectrum of accounting, financial, and consulting services across a number of industries to give business owners and managers the insight they need to prosper. They will introduce the basic of accounting for entrepreneurs or anyone who is very interested into learning simple techniques about accounting.
Please join us for an intensive, two-day SBIR/STTR workshop focused on proposal preparation for the National institutes of Health (NIH). The Federal SBIR/STTR programs award over $2.6 billion in high risk R&D funding annually to qualified small businesses.