Technical Entrepreneurship conference - February 19 & 20, 2011

Technical Entrepreneurship Conference - February 19 & 20, 2011, 9 am to 6 pm

University of Southern California, Seely G. Mudd Bldg Room 123

Given the current state of the global economic climate the subject of entrepreneurship is becoming increasingly important and appealing worldwide. The relative scarcity and declined security of corporate jobs in this economic climate yield stronger motivation for entrepreneurship, which provides a rewarding career option with a better potential for one's utilization of his or her creative abilities, not only in advancing in professional career and in attaining financial security but also in making lasting impacts for the society at large. The Association of Professors and Scholars of Iranian Heritage has organized the timely Technical Entrepreneurship conference by utilizing the knowledge and experience of successful technical entrepreneurs and recognized practitioners and academicians in the related fields.   The conference aims at highlighting:

  • Attitudes and behaviors needed for stimulating innovation
  • Knowledge and experience needed as entrepreneurial skills
  • Issues related to intellectual property
  • Raising the needed funds
  • Starting up a company
  • Product development and commercialization

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| Get Directions to USC | Find Seeley Building on the Campus Map (in B4 section on the map) |

 

All presentations are in English.

All proceeds from this conference will be used toward advancing Project Perspedia

 


 

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