The John M. Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship announces its spring 2001 Entre Cafe schedule. The Cafe is a speaker series featuring successful local entrepreneurs discussing critical issues around entrepreneurship in an informal, comfortable setting. It is free for students and faculty. Food and other refreshments are served.
All programs run from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on select Thursdays in the Fireplace Room, Room 450, Terrence Murphy Hall.
The schedule includes:
Catherine “Kye” Anderson, founder, e-med.OnCall Inc.
Topic: “The Challenge of Raising Venture Capital”
Eldon Miller, founder, Stockwalk.com
Topic: “Growth Through Subsidiaries”
Bob Hess and Steven Kramer, founders, Hest and Kramer
Topic: “Launching a Creative Arts Business”
Paul Charchian, co-founder, Fanball.com
Topic: “Recognizing New Opportunities”
All sessions this semester will be moderated by MBA student, Linda Sauber. For more information, contact the Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship at (651) 962-4400 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.