Susan Fonseca, UGA alumna, anthropologist and lawyer, will lead a panel discussion on the significant role of women in entrepreneurship and business, highlighting the important global impact of innovative women.
Life is the New Black
Raymond McCauley is a scientist, engineer, and entrepreneur working at the forefront of biotechnology. He will discuss how new technologies in this rapidly expanding field will shape our jobs, our economy and our lives.
Ed Schutter has over 25 years of pharmaceutical industry experience, and he currently serves as president and CEO of Arbor Pharmaceuticals. During his talk, he will share insights on how startup companies can more effectively pursue venture funding in and outside of Georgia.
Salim Ismail is world-renowned strategist and entrepreneur who served as VP at Yahoo and executive director of Singularity University. As part of Thinc. at UGA, Salim will present breakthrough technologies changing the world.
Songs @ Ciné
In conjunction with Thinc. at UGA Entrepreneurial Week, the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts and Ciné will host “Songs @ Ciné” on Friday, March 29.
Richard DeSa is founder of Olis Inc., a privately held company in Bogart, Georgia that manufactures specialized scientific equipment for customers worldwide. He will share lessons learned from years of experience as a scientist and entrepreneur.
Erico Rolim de Mattos’s network of LED lights and advanced computer monitoring systems may soon provide cheap and efficient lighting for vertical farms – buildings dedicated to production of indoor food crops.
Fashion week: Where Fashion Students and Entrepreneurs Meet, is a week-long event encouraging entrepreneurial work from UGA student designers.