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e@UBC Venture Space, Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

6163 University Boulevard

Vancouver, BC V6T 2B9

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Join us for a casual night of socializing and idea-sharing at our next Innovator Meetup!

This meetup will give you a chance to socialize with other innovators, discuss your startup or idea, get support from peers at UBC and learn from experts in the field.

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Zack Eberwein, Founder & CEO of Embrace Orthopaedics, will share his success in raising his first investor money for his venture. We will discuss the expectations that investors hold, what milestones were necessary to raising and some tips for engaging investors. Embrace is currently in the HATCH accelerator program.

Who should attend? This event is open to UBC students who:

  • are interested in entrepreneurship (even if you are just a bit curious, we encourage you to attend!)
  • are considering joining a startup venture
  • are founders or are part of a startup venture

Location: e@UBC Venture Space, Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, 6163 University Boulevard

Time: 5pm - 7pm

Program:

  • 5:00 - Welcome & free pizza (it's on us!)
  • 5:30 - Discussion with Zach
  • 6:00 - Q&A
  • 6:15 - Open mic (max 30s to pitch your venture, make requests around the room)
  • 6:30 - Mingle


About the Speaker:

Zack is an entrepreneur and mechanical engineer. Being an expert in challenging the status quo, he founded Embrace Orthopaedics in 2016 with two of his closest friends. Embrace has developed a platform technology to integrate joint support directly into athletic apparel, eliminating the need to wear orthopaedic braces. Zack wants to create positive change in the world and inspire others to do the same.


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