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Summer 2013 Venture Camp: Entrepreneurship Series

Startup Mason

Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 5:45 PM - Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 7:45 PM (EDT)

Arlington, VA

Summer 2013 Venture Camp: Entrepreneurship Series

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Women in Entrepreneurship Ended Free  
Immigration and Entrepreneurship Ended Free  
Wearable Computing Ended Free  

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If you're an entrepreneur, investor, student, young professional, or someone looking to inject a little innovation into your life and organization, then sign up today to attend one of the upcoming events in our summer Venture Camp series. 

Since summer 2012, Venture Camp events have been a place of convergence around new ideas in entrepreneurship, featuring regionally renowned hotshots and nationally recognized speakers.

This summer is no exception, as we bring you another sizzling series!


August 7 - Women in Entrepreneurship

What does it mean to be a woman entrepreneur? What opportunities and challenges do female entrepreneurs face? Is the global climate changing for women in entrepreneurship? This session will delve into these questions and more as investors and female entrepreneurs are featured at this exciting event. 

Moderated by Dana Taylor, Intelligent Ethos, @EthosGold

Featuring Panelists: 

Dr. Ruta Aidis, Center for Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, George Mason University@RutaAidis

Beth Johnson, RP3 Agency, @RP3Agency

Brooke Salkoff, CampEasy, @CampEasy

Dr. Amy Schiffman, Capital House Calls

Paul Singh, 500 Startups @PaulSingh

 

August 14 - Immigration and Entrepreneurship

America is world-renowned for its entrepreneurial business spirit, and this spirit is fueled in large part by immigrants. Immigrants are more likely to be self-employed than the native-born population. What does it take to leave your home country to start a new venture in the U.S.? What are the implications of immigration reform for entrepreneurs? What would these proposed changes mean on the ability to hire the best qualified individuals? How will it affect the future of business in our country?

Moderated by Jonathan Aberman, Managing Director of Amplifier Ventures, @jaberman

Featuring Panelists:

Lisa Atkins, Director of Immigration Policy at US Chamber of Commerce

Neeta Bidwai, Senior Advisor for U.S. Senator Mark Warner

Steven Chen, Executive Chairman of Power Fingerprinting, Inc. 

 

August 21 - Wearable Computing

Phones have made mobile computing a reality, but going forward computing will be embedded in our clothing and accessories. These wearable devices will not only monitor and measure the world around us, but will measure the wearer and their behavior. From Nike+ and FitBit to Google Glass and Pebble, this session will delve into the emerging world of wearable computing. BTW, have you seen FitBark?

Moderated by Adam Zuckerman, Fosterly, @Fosterly

Featuring:

Marvin Ammori, CEO of Silica Labs@SilicaLabs

Jay Kim, Director of Research and Development with APX Labs, @APXLabs

Brian Russell, CEO of Zephyr Technology Corporation, @ZephyrAnywhere


    

  

                  

       

                     


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George Mason University, Arlington Campus
3301 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201

Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 5:45 PM - Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 7:45 PM (EDT)


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Startup Mason

The mission of Startup Mason is to provide useful tools, frameworks, and networks supporting those interested in building value creating organizations. We use clear processes to build effective entrepreneurs and organizations.

StartUp Mason is an entrepreneurship learning group dedicated to building entrepreneurs in the GMU community. Group members undertake entrepreneurial initiatives while participating in peer-to-peer feedback sessions, multiple mentor meetings, and completing an entrepreneurship and innovation curriculum based on lean startup, customer development, business model canvas, and other open-source entrepreneurial tools.

We utilize meetings, special events (such as Hackathons, off-sites, etc) and tools to help individuals explore and experiment with entrepreneurship or launch their own ventures.

This group is for members of the George Mason University start-up community. This includes students, faculty, alumni, administrators, neighbors, and others interested in discovering sustainable business models and creating value.

Startup Mason is a program hosted by Mason's College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Management, and School of Public Policy.

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