Workshop – Incubation Processes, Startups & Funding Opportunities in the U.S.A
The Athens Center for Enrepreneurship and Innovation (ACEin) is organising on Thursday 8th of March at 11am a workshop on:“Incubation Processes, Startups & Funding Opportunities in the U.S.A”.
This workshop takes place in the context of celebrating women entrepreneurhip in cooperation with The Kingdom of Netherlands and The U.S. empassy. The invited women speakers and the titles of each individual section are:
– Gigi Wang: Industry Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship, Chair and Director for Berkeley Start-up Boot-camp and a Managing Partner at MG-Team, LLC.
“Food for Thought When Starting Up: Developing Ideas, Useful resources and networking throughout EU and U.S.”
– Sharon Freeman: An entrepreneur and business owner who established her first consulting firm in Hong Kong in 1985. As a pioneer working in China starting from 1979, over the years she has leveraged her knowledge of and access to China as one of the main pillars of her consulting firm. Other key pillars include her knowledge of trade policy and operations; knowledge of trade agreements and their application and utilization; and knowledge of how to manage and grow businesses. She has over 30 years of experience, beginning with Booz, Allen & Hamilton. Her services has been retained by the World Bank Group and affiliates, by USAID, and others for her work in over 100 countries. A prolific writer, Dr. Freeman has written 24 books that share her knowledge on how to export, how to grow and manage businesses, leadership, and other topics.
“Incubation Process and Funding Opportunities in the U.S.”
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