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Ever wondered what it takes to be an entrepreneur? The professional and personal challenges, the high and lows, the failures and the successes? Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs who are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. It is the largest community of passionate entrepreneurs, with events in over 100 countries and 580 cities around the world. All Startup Weekend events follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch…Find out more »
This highly interactive workshop will provide you with the tangible tools you need to turn your idea into a venture. By the end of the workshop you will have a deep understanding of your customers, their needs, how your idea creates value for them, and how to communicate that value.Find out more »
Please join us for the CIE Faculty-Student Ping Pong tournament on Friday, October 24th at 2:00 pm at the CIE building! RSVP Name(s)/Teams to email@example.com. Staff are welcome to compete!Find out more »
The 23rd Annual Kravis- de Roulet Conference is coming up soon! Join us to discuss the Future of Leadership with featured speakers Bruce Avolio, Richard Boyatzis, Barbara Kellerman, Richard LeBlanc, Mary Uhl-Bien, Anne Shen Smith, and many more! Please sign-up today, if you have not done so already! Want to learn more and/or register? Visit the KLI website: Click hereFind out more »
On Thursday, October 30th from 4:00 – 7:00 PM, the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will have Robert Ketterer and Mike Sekits, alumni and CIE Advisory Board members, hear student pitches and/or potential business concepts. The pitches will be fairly informal, with each student/team having 3 minutes to pitch, followed by 12 minutes of Q&A and feedback, for a total of 15 minutes for each student/team. This will be great practice for the ISA pitches and other upcoming pitch events and a great opportunity…Find out more »
Come watch Shark Tank, eat pizza, and learn about opportunities to get involved with CIE!Find out more »
IR Work-in-Progress Brown Bag Lunch, 12:00 PM MONDAY November 10th RN 102 Dr. Jonas Nahm, Brown University, will be presenting his work: Contradictory or Complementary? Indigenous Innovation and Manufacturing Policy in China’s Wind and Solar Sectors (http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2477466) Please join us for lunch and what promises to be an interesting presentation on how local and national policies combine to influence China’s green energy industry RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
On Thursday, November 20th, the CIE has arranged a tour of IdeaLab, a leading incubator out of Pasadena. We will arrange transportation for students, and will leave the CIE building at 9:00 am on Thursday morning, and will be back on campus by 12:00 pm. This event sign up is now closed. Read below for more information about IdeaLab: Bill Gross started Idealab in 1996 to create and operate pioneering technology companies. The structure of Idealab has allowed them to test…Find out more »
RSVP via Claremont Connect for info session and competition: bit.ly/5CideajamFind out more »
Special Free Tickets for Friday’s TechFire Ignite Summit for 7C Students, Faculty & Staff TechFire (led by CMC grad David Murphy ’04) is making available a batch of free tickets for our TechFire Ignite tech summit this Friday afternoon, featuring prominent entrepreneurs & venture capitalists from Silicon Valley and Los Angeles sharing expert advice on entrepreneurship, raising funding, marketing, international expansion, business development, building a team, legal issues, and lessons learned. Hear CEOs / Partners from: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers • Dollar Shave…Find out more »
The CIE would like to welcome the following CIE Faculty Researchers and Research Analysts: Professor Kristin Fabbe (Assistant Professor of Government) is working on her research with Tavin Olarn...
Congratulations to the following faculty / student teams for winning the CIE Ping Pong tournament! First Place: Jack Tao CMC’18 / Sebastian He CMC’18 Second Place: Professor Yaron Rav...