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Start Ups Unplugged: Lunch with Paul Orlando

December 6, 2013 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Paul Orlando (developer of the Hong Kong startup ecosystem) will be speaking on Dec 6th at 12:30 pm in Scripps CP&R Library on his experiences creating accelerators and startups. The event is 5C, so grab your lunch from the Scripps Dining Hall and get ready to talk business, startups, accelerators, and entrepreneurship! (The CP&R Library is in Seal Court, directly across from the Scripps Dining Hall)

If you are going, please fill out this survey so he knows what our interests are:…forms/d/1In_3UXBskOZu99ceTaao_YBy502smq6_N_wCr7l2AYU/viewform

Paul Orlando runs Startups Unplugged Lean Startup Bootcamp, which covers everything you need to know about growing a startup. He is also Co-founder and Director of AcceleratorHK, a mobile startup accelerator. Previously, he co-founded a startup in New York, developed new communication services and most recently helped Hong Kong build its startup ecosystem. He now lives in Pasadena, California.

More about Paul:

Hosted by:

Scripps Women in Technology Scripps Entrepreneurship Club Scripps Career Planning & Resources


For more info:


December 6, 2013
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


Scripps CP&R Library
CA United States


Scripps Entrepreneurship Club
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