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Creating and marketing a service based venture can be challenging. In this 30 minute discussion, panelists Dr. Stefanie Rousselle, BHS'12 and Lisa Sacchetti BHS'95 gave insight into starting and operating a service-based venture. They touched upon different resources, tips, and discuss what they would have done differently from the start.
The Curated Collisions Series will kick off with a 3-hour online event this December 10th, convened by Northeastern University’s Health Sciences Entrepreneurs Program and the Bouvé College of Health Sciences. Join leaders from industry and academia who will share their perspectives and approaches to solving the complex problems faced today in health and life sciences, while building relationships and collaborations around grand health challenges. Collide with CEOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, and Managers from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, healthcare, and higher education organizations.
Pandemic pivots became a priority for many entrepreneurs in early 2020, but many factors can influence a business change. Hear from two seasoned entrepreneurs and business owners on how they approached the decision and navigated change in an uncertain environment. Our distinguished panel sharing their knowledge are Glen Giovanucci, DMSB’83 – CEO G-FORM, Yewande Masi, CJ‘09· - Owner of ORNAMI and this chat will be moderated by Katie Hemphill Associate Director, Venture Mentoring Network.
Join the Women Who Empower Ambassadors for a discussion on tech, innovation and entrepreneurship during COVID. This conversation will feature a panel of dynamic female speakers, that will share their experiences leading in their companies in these sectors.
Boston community volunteer Lisa Randall, AMD’16 shared her tips and tricks for starting, promoting, and monetizing her blog and social platforms.
Come ready for 30 minutes of networking. After a brief talk, by our hosts Laurie Bishop and April Zhong, we will initiate breakout rooms to continue the conversation. Share stories, ask questions, and make new industry connections. The co-hosts for our event are: ·Laurie Bishop, COE'91, Program Manager, Health Science Entrepreneurs as well as April Zhong, MS’96 : Founder and the CEO of SilRay, Inc
Northeastern entrepreneurs are critical thinkers, daring learners, and strategic problem-solvers who live and breathe their ventures, paving their own paths to success. In this 30-minute program, panelists will share ideas that did not work out as planned. Learn how to embrace the "fail fast, and learn quick" motto and stay positive through venture failure. This program is hosted by the Northeastern Chicago community, and will be followed by a question and answer session.
Northeastern entrepreneurs are critical thinkers, daring learners, and strategic problem-solvers who live and breathe their ventures. Whether you are planning a new idea, boosting your existing company, or seeking expertise from thought leaders and idea generators, you can rely on your Northeastern’s robust innovation ecosystem to help you achieve what’s next. Join us for a Fireside Chat on the Venture Capital Industry.
Latin America comprises a vast array of distinct politics, cultures, geographies, and histories. But in recent weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has created a new common challenge. What are Latin America’s essential elements of resilience, and what will the future hold for its people and its economy?
In the face of the corona pandemic, learn how D’Amore-McKim’s Graduate Career Center partners with students and alumni to help them find their next career adventure. Overcome job search challenges when you're forced to self-isolate. Discover a myriad of companies that are actively hiring. Educate yourself about best practices and hear some success stories. Learn more about the employer perspective as we face a new job market changed forever by this viral epidemic.