I2I – Starting a Company: Practical Advice for a Precarious Pursuit
The Office of Technology Commercialization
The Entrepreneurship Intiative of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business
Invention 2 Innovation (I2I)
“Starting a Company – Practical Advice for a Precarious Pursuit”
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Leavey Program Room at the Leavey Center
(across from the bookstore)
Starting a company to advance an invention conceived in the academic arena is an appealing endeavor for entrepreneurial inventors. Not all technologies are suitable as a foundation of a startup company, and there are many challenges and pitfalls awaiting even the most entrepreneurial inventor. Dave Greenwald is an experienced life science entrepreneur, and will present his firsthand account of starting a company both as a company founder (Relay Technology Management), and in a technology transfer role at Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.
Dave Greenwald, Ph.D.
Director, Business Development and Corporate Partnerships
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV)
Lunch is provided and space is limited
Please RSVP by Monday, October 26, 2015
to Jeremy S. Alexander at jsa [at] georgetown [dot] edu or 202.687.7424.
Faculty, entrepreneurs, fellows, students, and research administrators should attend.