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The event is co-produced by two of the most respected news organizations of their kind in the region: Potomac Tech Wire, the region’s source for technology news and Capitol Communicator, the region’s source for marketing and communications news.
The themes will focus on emerging technologies and trends in marketing communications. Topics will include: metrics, mobile, social media, multi-platform campaigns, online video campaigns, experiential advertising, B2B, and much more.
This summit will explore the disruptive technologies that are creating a major shift in how communications professionals reach their audiences and decision makers. You should attend if you are a CMO, advertising, public relations or marketing executive, entrepreneur, investor, technologist, brand marketer, creative director, researcher, media planner or publisher.
The 2015 ThurtenE Carnival will be held on the weekend of April 17th - April 19th, 2015. The hours of operation are below:
Friday (4/17): 4-8pm (facades will not be open this night, carnival rides only)
Saturday (4/18): 11am-8pm (both facades and carnival rides will be open)
Sunday (4/19): 11am-8pm (both facades and carnival rides will be open)
This app is all you need to navigate around the ThurtenE carnival. You will find program schedule, exhibits, a lot more.
The GW Business Plan Competition Finals are the culmination of an academic year-long series of educational events and active mentorship on new venture creation. Out of 100+ entries, only 10 teams have made it to the GW Business Plan Competition Finals. These finalists will present their business ideas to a panel of distinguished entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists, and GW alumni. In the later afternoon, the teams will also pitch their ideas to you, the audience, for a chance to win your vote and the Audience Choice Award. The Finals will take place in the brand new GW Science and Engineering Hall.
Watch the live presentations, and join the conversation @GWBizPlan! #GWBizPlanFinals
The newly established HBS/GSB Collaborative Alumni Angel Group (CAAG) is a cooperative initiative consisting of Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business alumni in the Washington/Baltimore area. Modeled on similar HBS angel clubs across the US, this is the first such program teaming both Harvard and Stanford alumni. The HBS alumni angel clubs around the US share deals and opportunities.
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