Artemis to lead student entrepreneur activity at CCSU, CAMPY-on-Campus

Artemis is proud to work with Jayne Douglas of Cardinal Coaching and Consulting to bring the world of Entrepreneurship closer to students.  On May 15, Jayne and Jean will lead a fun learning experience for students where they will have the opportunity to invent their own new product, learn about great entrepreneurs, and Google Earth.

In the spring of 1998, a group of teachers, parents, students, administrators and businessmen created the Connecticut Association for Mathematically Precocious Youth (CAMPY).

The CAMPY Website, an outgrowth of the meeting, was developed to help meet the needs of mathematically precocious students. The CAMPY Website will link students with information about math enrichment programs and opportunities. Parents, teachers and students will be invited to use the messages boards to establish dialogues for exchanging information and resources.  Teachers will be able to use the site challenge questions for enriching students or to dialogue with other districts about program modifications for gifted students.  Visit www.campy.org to learn more.

NEW TIME–seCTer’s SECT Entrepreneur Network/Emerging Business Council is pleased to announce a special event.

Entrepreneurship Today  with Bill Aulet, Senior Lecturer and Managing Director in the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan School of Management

Bill Aulet works around the world with both single entrepreneurs launching new ventures and with large corporations seeking to achieve their goals through entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and innovation. He also serves on the board of directors or advisors for a number of companies. Aulet is a regularly featured speaker at management leadership programs on entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, entrepreneurial marketing, technology innovation, creating sustainable and rapid profitable growth, financing strategies, and operational excellence. He also contributes to the business, life science, and technology blog Xconomy on these subjects.

Friday April 26, 2013 11:30-2:00PM

New London Union Station, Second Floor Conference Space

27 Water Street, New London, CT 06320

11:30 Registration and Networking

12:00 Keynote followed by Q&A

1:00 Reception sponsored by CohnReznick

 

Register to attend using this link: http://www.etouches.com/entretoday

Cost:  $15 Seating is limited, you must be pre-registered to attend.  Registration closes April 20.

Parking:  Water Street Garage @161 Water Street, New London ($2/hr, $6 daily max), website http://www.newlondonparking.com

For more information:  Contact Deborah Donovan, ddonovan@secter.org or Jean Schaefer, jean@artemis-startup.com

Bill Aulet Senior Lecturer and Managing Director in the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship Speaks in New London on April 26

Friday April 26, 2013 3:30-6:00PM Now 11:30-2PM

New London Union Station, Second Floor Conference Space

27 Water Street, New London, CT 06320

Register to attend using this link: http://www.etouches.com/entretoday

Cost:  $15 Seating is limited, you must be pre-registered to attend.  Registration closes April 20.

 

Parking:  Water Street Garage @161 Water Street, New London ($2/hr, $6 daily max), website http://www.newlondonparking.com

 

For more information:  Contact Deborah Donovan, ddonovan@secter.org or Jean Schaefer, jean@artemis-startup.com

Transformational US Healthcare Opportunities In the Decade Ahead


presents

Transformational US Healthcare Opportunities
In the Decade Ahead

Presentation followed by networking, refreshments & wine bar

Wednesday, January 23, 2013
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
at the
Anlyan Center
300 Cedar Street, New Haven

Presentation and discussion by Richard N. Foster, Ph.D., Senior Faculty Fellow at the Yale School of Management; Director Emeritus, McKinsey & Company; and Venture Partner, Lux Capital

Never before have there been more opportunities to change and improve the system. Dr. Foster will identify a few significant opportunities for change available to aspiring healthcare entrepreneurs, including: the Primary Care Office of the Future, Rationalized Electronic Data Exchange, Pricing Transparency, the Intelligent Hospital in the era of Team Care, Regenerative Medicine, next generation Care Planning, and Medical Education in the information technology era.

A senior faculty fellow at Yale School of Management, Richard N. Foster is an emeritus director of McKinsey & Company, Inc. where he was director and senior partner. While at McKinsey he founded several practices, including the technology and innovation practice, the healthcare practice, and the private equity practice. Dr. Foster’s research interests are in the relationships between capital formation, innovation, and regulation. A best selling author, Dr. Foster has written two books,Innovation: The Attacker’s Advantage (1986) and Creative Destruction (2001), as well as several dozen articles in research and popular journals.

3:30 pm Registration Open
4:00 pm Program
5:00 pm Networking, Refreshments & Wine Bar

Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Anlyan Center
300 Cedar Street, New Haven
Directions for parking
RSVP
Registration is free, but please RSVP in advance. E-mail to biohaven@yale.edu or call the Yale OCR:203-785-6209.

Next Scheduled BioHaven Event

January 30, 4:00 pm
C8 Life Sciences: Cognition Training for Children and Adults
Anlyan Center

The BioHaven Entrepreneurship Series features presentations designed to showcase regionally developed life science technologies that have progressed along the path to commercialization.  Speakers at the BioHaven events represent both the scientific and business side of the enterprises.

The programs focus on key success factors of each company, scientific or technological advantage, business model, and lessons learned in starting and developing the business. The series also provides social networking opportunities for scientists, researchers, and businessmen.

Lead sponsors: Wiggin and Dana and PricewaterhouseCoopers

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Special Event November 9 in Groton-Panel Discussion with Southeastern CT Entrepreneurs

Panel Discussion-Celebrating Entrepreneurship

Friday November 9, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM EDT

UCONN Avery Point

1084 Shennecossett Road

Marine Science Building – Seminar Room # 103

Register by email to mary_anne.rooke@uconn.edu

Lunch will be provided.  Please register in advance.


Panelists:

Andrew Banever, CEO & Founder, JobTarget  jobtarget.com

Dudley Molina, President, CEO & Founder, ePath Learning, Inc. epathlearning.com

Jerry Salan, President, CEO & Founder, Nalas Engineering Services, Inc. nalasengineering.com

Bob Volkmann, CSO  & Co-Founder, SystaMedic Inc. systamedic.com


Lecture and Networking-Yale&CURE Biohaven

The current state of healthcare and bioscience
from a business perspective

Two key lectures followed by networking, refreshments & wine bar

Thursday, October 11, 2012
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

at
Harkness Lounge
367 Cedar Street, New Haven

and

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
at the
Anlyan Center
300 Cedar Street, New Haven

For more info and to register, visit http://www.curenet.org/curenews/1209biohaven/

Carpooling to events in New Haven is a great way to network!

Email jean@artemis-startup.com if you want help finding a group ride.

 

SECT Entrepreneur Network Seminar Sept 18 and Co-working Poll

Seminar and Networking Lunch September 18 at UCONN, Avery Point Campus

Getting Started – The Foundation for Growth and Financing”

Speaker:       Frank Marco, Partner, Wiggin and Dana LLP 

Hear what entrepreneurs should consider in starting, growing & financing their business including:

  • The essentials for building a scalable business
  • When to create a legal entity
  • LLC vs. corporate structure
  • Basic intellectual property
  • Equity Incentives/ Stock Options
  • Allocation of Equity Among FounderS
  • Considerations in financing a business
  • Valuation – the theory and the reality
  • Sources of financing and what is best for the business models
  • Getting investors
  • Use of angel investors
  • Common early stage issues to avoid
  • The role of mentors, advisors and directors
  • How to work with outside professionals

10:00 AM    Seminar-Marine Sciences Building – Room # 103  - 1st floor

12:00 PM     Lunch-Marine Sciences Building – Board Room 3rd floor

 RSVP to Mary Anne Rooke marooke@aol.com

Co-working event planning underway please let us know if you are interested!

Any members interested in participating in a free co-working event, please indicate your interest with an email message to jean@artemis-startup.com

We have a few locations in mind but anyone who would like to suggest a venue please send that information to Jean.  A venue must have wi-fi and nearby access to food and beverages.

Check out CTiHUB

http://www.ctihub.com

CTiHUB is a centralized location to learn about news and information including programs and training for people who are seeking to start new ventures.

The purpose of the Connecticut iHub (CT iHUB) is to connect all innovation stakeholders to promote economic and business development. Innovation stakeholders are high tech small businesses, large corporations, research institutions, universities, federal and state agencies and citizens looking to get ahead.

 

Startup: What, Why, How, Who and Getting Started

The SECT Entrepreneur Network has hosted a series of events over the last few months.  On August 15, Diana Galer gave an excellent seminar about Career Change Considerations for Entrepreneurs.  The next event will be Getting Started with Frank MarcoGetting Started will cover topics from creating an entity to obtaining funding and will be held on September 18 at UCONN Avery Point in Groton (time and room TBD).

What has to take place between A) deciding to become an entrepreneur and B) getting started in your new business?  An entrepreneur needs to determine What-Why-How-Who, the 4 essential pillars for your new business.

1)   What?  What is your magic sauce?  What great thing does your company do?

2)   Why?  Why is your product important?  What problem do you solve?  For who?

3)   How?  What is your business model?  How are you going to bring your product to market, who is your competition, when are you going to break even, and what is your financial projection for the next 5 years?

4)   Who?  Who is on your team?  Why are they the best people to make your business a success?

These are the pillars for your new business.   To learn more from a successful entrepreneur, go check out Guy Kawasaki’s blog series about what entrepreneurs need to do to get from idea to cohesive business pitch.  His series can be found here:  guyk_pitch.  While Guy is walking you through a pitch deck preparation, he gives a comprehensive outline of how to define what, why, how, and who.  After you have your pillars in place, you are ready to get started in your new business.  Come to the September 18 Seminar to hear Frank Marco speak to that topic.  To receive updates and seminar invitations, please send a request to join the SE CT Entrepreneur Network by email to jean@artemis-startup.com and join our LinkedIn Group SECT Entrepreneur LinkedIn Group