The webpage you are looking for has been moved. If you are not redirected to the new CCEI website at ccei.business.uconn.edu, please click on this link. We apologize for any inconvenience.
CCEI Entrepreneurship Seminars
One of the missions of the CCEI is to provide information and to educate entrepreneurs on how to actualize their ideas. To achieve this goal, the CCEI will be presenting seminars that will speak to the different aspects of launching an entrepreneurial venture. These seminars will vary from broader general topical discussions to more specific "nuts and bolts" how-to sessions, and most will include a networking piece where entrepreneurs from different disciplines can interact and meet other like-minded individuals. If there is an entrepreneurial subject that you would like to learn more about, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate and gear sessions towards what the audience is eager to hear. We look forward to seeing you at the seminars!
click the seminar date to view flyer
IDENTIFYING & DEVELOPING ENTREPRENEURIAL IDEAS
presented by The CCEI and XcellR8
November 11th, 2010
- Christopher Levesque, Interim Executive Director, Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Foundations of Entrepreneurship & Product Development
- Lily Neff, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law, UConn IP Law Clinic
Intellectual Property Law for Entrepreneurs
- Kazem Kazerounian, Professor and Associate Dean, School of Engineering
An Entrepreneurial Perspective
On the morning of Thursday, November 11, 2010, a mixed crowd of UConn students, faculty, staff, members of the XCellR8 Innovation Cell and Connecticut entrepreneurs gathered together to learn about the process of actualizing entrepreneurial ideas. The crowd of approximately 70 participants networked before and after the lectures by Christopher Levesque (Interim Executive Director, CCEI), Lily Neff (Assistant Clinical Professor, UConn IP Law Clinic) and Kazem Kazerounian (Professor and Associate Dean, UConn School of Engineering). Presentation slides from the event are available for viewing and downloading by clicking the PowerPoint icons by the speakers' names.