Listen, Think, CREATE!: Advice from a NJ Tech CEO focused on Innovation

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Advice from a NJ Tech CEO whose business is innovation: Listen, Think, CREATE!

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Dean Guida, Founder & CEO of Infragistics, a New Jersey-based world-leading developer of user interface and application development tools, has been helping entrepreneurs and innovators build technology solutions for decades. Dean has been a great friend to Rutgers students, since 2015 including making Infragistics' Indigo.Studio design-to-code software available for free to thousands of UI/UX designers, innovators, and entrepreneurs.

Come join our next Virtual Event sponsored by I-Corps@Rutgers to hear Dean's advice for Rutgers students, faculty, staff, and alumni who want to launch a new technology-based product or build an app to solve a real-world problem. Learn what it takes to foster an innovative mindset as a core competency in your company and how to listen to stakeholders, think about problems, and then create solutions that will delight your customers.

Don't miss this opportunity to hear from an expert on innovation and design, and take advantage of all the resources available to you as an innovator.

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Rutgers I-Corps™ Site is funded by the National Science Foundation with the goal of nurturing and supporting local teams to help transition their technology concepts into the marketplace.  The Rutgers I-Corps Site will provide advice, resources, networking opportunities, training and modest funding* to assist teams with the commercialization process and/or into becoming applicants for the National I-Corps™ Teams Program.


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