Off to a Good Start-Up (NYC)
Meet female student and alumni entrepreneurs who are turning their great ideas into businesses at the Pace Women Entrepreneurs Roundtable on February 26 in NYC.
Pace Women Entrepreneurs Roundtable
Thursday, February 26 | 5:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. | Bianco Room, NYC Campus
Directing a student-run web and mobile development agency. Creating customized dance performances and lessons in NYC. Supporting the US economy and providing consumers a place to find unique and innovative American-made products.
Meet the finalists of the Ted and Pat Levine Proof of Concept Entrepreneurship Initiative: three female student and alumni entrepreneurs from Pace, who will take part in a roundtable discussion moderated by Allison Haunss, host, Working Woman Report. Entrepreneurs include Julie Gauthier, co-founder of Codapillar; Juliette Nieves, co-founder of Reaction Dance; and Christa Gray Page, founder of 50Roots.
Entrepreneurship Lab Executive Director Bruce Bachenheimer will give the opening remarks.
Following the discussion and Q&A, there will be a wine and cheese reception sponsored by Women in Business Steering Committee, a new initiative that will connect alumnae and students with one another for networking opportunities, mentoring, and speaking events. RSVP for the event here.
The Entrepreneurship Lab, located on the 3rd floor of 163 William Street, offers Pace students a unique space and environment to collaborate and innovate. The eLab aims to foster an entrepreneurial mindset—a way of thinking and acting that focuses on developing new ways to solve problems and create value. For more on how to get involved, visit www.pace.edu/elab.
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