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.
This holiday season Artemis Startup Consulting joins you and the global innovation community in wishing for a world where our inventions create a multitude of economic benefits, where increased research and development leads to job creation, and a world where … Continue reading →
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.
How do you help entrepreneurs succeed? This short list was created after I spent 2 months working in my local community to build a network of entrepreneurs. I am sharing this list with the hope of engaging more people and getting some fresh ideas. Let me know what you think! Thanks, Jean
1) Build a community for them, Connect them to one another and to resource.
2) Use great examples to help them along the way, Inspiring people that I follow on Twitter include Guy Kawasaki, Vivek Wadhwa, Katie Rae, Bill Aulet , Brian Halligan, Robert Buderi, and there are many more. Everyday these people tweet amazing e-ship stories.