Real Life Tales from Early Stage and Scaling Tech Companies…


Real Life Tales from Early Stage and Scaling Tech Companies…

What does it really take to bring your entrepreneurial idea to the next level? The discussion at 4 pm will be followed by a networking reception beginning at approximately 5 pm.

Register on this link electronically.

The event will be held in the Questrom School of Business’ Hariri building, room 410. Open to all BU students, alumni and executives.

The moderator is Steve Snyder from Gesmer Updegrove and here are the panelists:

Sponsorship provided by Gesmer Updegrove, LLP, the BU BUZZ LabBUVA, and the BU entrepreneurship clubs.

The place for the BU entrepreneurial community to meet online

Where community members can engage with BU Companies, Mentors, Organizations and faculty.

At the BUZZ Lab Hive, we are striving to create a supportive ecosystem of startups, mentors, current students and alumni. It is the go-to destination for entrepreneurial resources: such as mentoring, information about startups, job opportunities and internships in startups; and for connecting with other BU startups, finding partners for your new venture and many more.

For Startups:
Get connected with a mentor and schedule sessions
Get noticed in the BU entrepreneurial community
Add team members through Team Request feature
Post opportunities and hire candidates

For Mentors:
Help startups with your expertise
Connect with other entrepreneurs
Stay in touch with changing trends

You can sign up for The BUZZ Lab Hive at

Real Life Tales from Early Stage and Scaling Tech Companies…



About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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