Posts Tagged ‘MIT Workshop’

FYI Sign up now: MIT Workshop: 12-13 April in Stirling

Designing, Building and Leading World-Class Management Teams

Sponsored by Informatics Ventures, the workshop is free for companies that are technology/science based, high-growth and based in Scotland with under 250 employees and less than €50M turnover. For everyone else it is £495. Detailed brochure is at: http://www.informatics-ventures.com/teams.pdf

Monday 29th March: ELEVATOR Business Networking, 6:30pm at Why Not? (George Street)

A free monthly event from PSYBT, ELEVATOR is for anyone 18-30 involved in a startup or who’d like to set up a company. Mingle with like-minded people, learn from the evening’s presenter, shout out in the quick pitches, and enjoy free drinks and a light supper too! I’ve somehow never made it but hear great things from folks who have gone. For more info, contact Rosie Dowie on 0131 347 9831 or edinburghelevator@psybt.org.uk, but I think you can just show up from 6pm.


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Monday, 1st February: MoMo Edinburgh lunch, 12:30-2pm at Centotre

Mobile Monday Edinburgh’s monthly affair at Centotre, featuring good mobile discussions and a bit of prep as folks get ready for Mobile World Congress coming up in Barcelona. Buy a ticket online to RSVP, does cost £10.95 but that covers a pasta, glass of wine and espresso – a tasty deal.

Tuesday, 2nd February: Stanford’s Director of Technology Transfer, 6:30pm at Business School LT1

Hosted by E-Club, this talk looks at how to build an innovative and vibrant academic-industrial community. What does technology transfer and new venture creation at Stanford University look like? What practices make it successful, and what can we learn from its model? Why has it had such an impact on Silicon Valley? Come and learn from Katherine Ku, Director of Stanford’s Technology Transfer Office. No need to RSVP, and free wine and crisps from 8pm… (more…)

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