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En2Em Presents The 2nd Annual En2EmTalks: A TED-Inspired Event

Enterprise to Empower (En2Em)

Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)

Atlanta, GA

En2Em Presents The 2nd Annual En2EmTalks: A...

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Join Enterprise to Empower at our 

2nd Annual En2EmTalks: A TED-Inspired
Event! 

En2emTalks is a big, one day event focused on bringing the idea of Social
Entrepreneurship to students at Georgia Tech. The event will feature some of
Atlanta's most prominent social entrepreneurs, whose ventures range from
business development, to wastewater treatment, to technology.

What to expect:
Lunch will be provided by Highland Bakery!
Q/A Session!
Giveaways throughout the event!
Networking with Atlanta professionals and students!
 
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The Speakers:
 
Susan Davis, Founder and Executive Director of Improve International
 
James Watson, Program Director for Village Capital
 
Sharath Mekala, and Nathan Black, Founders of Village Defense
 
Kyle Azevedo and Siddharth Doshi, CEO and CTO of viaCycle

Jasmine Lawrence, Founder and CCO of EDEN BodyWorks
Have questions about En2Em Presents The 2nd Annual En2EmTalks: A TED-Inspired Event? Contact Enterprise to Empower (En2Em)

When & Where


Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons- AT&T Auditorium
266 4th St NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)


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Organizer

Enterprise to Empower (En2Em)

Enterprise to Empower (En2Em) is a Georgia Tech student organization that aims to educate, engage, and enable students in the world of social entrepreneurship. As an organization, En2Em strives to not only teach the Georgia Tech community about social entrepreneurship but show students how what they learn in the classroom can be applied to addressing some of our world's most pressing issues. 

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