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CCEW Tulsa Final Presentation Fall 2013
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4 DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER on the original date.
CCEW invites you to a presentation of two projects that leverages University of Oklahoma talent to advance our state and nation:
- A Child’s Cup Full has developed a sustainable business model to employ refugee women around the world while producing envrionmentally friendly, handcrafted children's toys.
- The Cornerstone Project is working to employ idle capital to accelerate growth in emerging markets through investment in ready-to-scale enterprises.
Appetizers and refreshments provided.
When & Where
The Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (CCEW)
The CCEW Mission
We believe in the excellence of Oklahoma and our ability to transform the world by inspiring people to realize their ideas and ambitions. We create wealth by building an envrioment that advances ideas, people, and business. We act as a nexus of entreprenurial actvity by providing immersive learning experiences, collobrative spaces, and high-impact programming.
Since 2006, the Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth has promoted the development of Oklahoma’s economy by giving students opportunities to engage in real-world commercialization, software development and social entrepreneurship projects at the University of Oklahoma. CCEW expanded to the OU-Tulsa campus in spring 2012.
CCEW operates as part of the Office of the Vice President for Strategic Planning and Economic Development, which oversees OU’s intellectual property management, economic development, and technology-based entrepreneurial activities.
By promoting the entrepreneurial spirit in all endeavors, CCEW supports the University of Oklahoma mission: providing the best possible education experience for students through excellence in teaching, research and creative activity and service to the state and society.
Learn more about CCEW at ccew.ou.edu