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Entrepreneurship Centers – Global Best and Worst Practices
October 4, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Entrepreneurial ecosystem builders and entrepreneurs alike are constantly searching for best practices and resources to develop their diverse communities. Yet, no two entrepreneurial ecosystems are the same, and innovators often face difficulty in identifying tools that are specialized to work with their individual communities’ assets and weaknesses.
This session is dedicated to learning about Best and Worst Practices of Entrepreneurship Centers, Accelerators, Incubators, Co-Working Spaces, Hatcheries, and Meeting Spaces. The moderators will ask the panelists below questions about the best and worst practices of building, managing, and growing such ecosystems. The questions will be tough!
- Amy Millman, President, and Co-Founder, Springboard Enterprises, Trusted Network accelerating the success of accomplished, entrepreneurial women leaders leading technology-driven companies.
- Jennifer Maher, CEO of 1776, the nation’s largest network of entrepreneurial incubators
- Alex F. DeNoble, Professor of Management and Executive Director of the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center in the College of Business at San Diego State:
- George Solomon, Professor of Management, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence (CFEE) at the GW School of Business:
- Ahmed Shalaby, CEO & Managing Director, Tatweer Misr, Egypt;
- Lex McCusker, Director, Student Entrepreneurship Programs, GW Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship:
- Roberto Parente, Professor, Salerno University, Founder and Director of LISA Lab a Research Centre, Italy
- Annamaria Konya Tannon, Chief Evangelist, GW School of Engineering & Applied Science,
- Shoroke H. Zedan, Executive Director, Technical Education and Vocational Training (TVET Egypt)
- Chantaline Carpentier, Chief United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Session moderated by Drs. Katia Passerini and Ayman ElTarabishy