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Wednesday, May 16 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
What They Don’t Teach You About Entrepreneurship in School FULL

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Join startup founders from the university startup accelerator, Catalyze CU, in a panel discussion on what it takes to build and run a business beyond the comfort and security of the university bubble. This is an ideal session for anyone, students included, who wants to learn the truth of what it takes to transition a new venture from an idea into something real. Added bonus: meet the new Catalyze CU 2018 founders before they embark on their summer accelerator journey!

Moderators
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Tim O'Shea

Co-Founder & Connector, Boulder Public Library Commission
Exploring the importance of networks for over twenty years, Tim O’Shea combines his professional technical acumen with a social savvy in service to connecting communities. His experience delivering apt technical solutions and forward looking guidance for a variety of established... Read More →

Speakers
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Kim Drennan

CEO, HiveTech Solutions
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Christine Fanchiang

CEO, The Space Research Company
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Jack FitzGerrell

CMO, SpecDrums
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Murad Kablan

Founder & CEO, Stateless
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Becky Komarek

Idea Forge Assistant Director, CU DFA Advisor, University of Colorado
After working with the DFA founders 10 years ago as a grad student, Becky moved to Boulder, CO where she helped create DFA at the University of Colorado Boulder. She works at an amazing prototyping facility called the Idea Forge and runs programs related to social impact design and... Read More →
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Chris White

Co-Founder & CEO, Shinesty
Outrageous fun.


Wednesday May 16, 2018 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Galvanize (Half - A) 1023 Walnut St., Boulder, CO 80302

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