Having problems starting your business but don’t know where to turn? Others who have discovered how to get past the same road blocks will be there to explain how to find the resources you need at next Tuesday’s Savvy Entrepreneur forum. The series features best practices sharing via 2-Way Interactive Web Conferencing. This event will take place Tuesday November 13 in the conference room of Michigan Tech’s Advanced Technology and Development Center at 1402 E. Sharon Avenue, Houghton, Michigan. Social networking with refreshments begins at 5:30 pm with panel discussion from 6-7:30 pm. The public is welcome to attend. For more information on the Houghton site contact John Diebel 906-487-1082 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Essential as it may be, it is unlikely that the MIT Forum is the only resource that an entrepreneur will need along the way. This Tuesday’s event was created by successful entrepreneurs for earlier stage entrepreneurs to guide them to resources that turned out to be valuable finds along their path to success. This panel will share their insights on how to go about finding new resources and how to use them. Chances are the panel has overcome problems you are about to face as you grow your company. Please bring questions as this will be an interactive event. The forum will include insights from the panelists followed by a moderated question and answer session to address your specific startup commercialization or growth questions.
The Houghton Host Site is sponsored by MTU’s Innovation and Industry Engagement, School of Business and Economics, the Houghton SmartZone and the Keweenaw Alliance For Economic Development.