Tickets still available for TrepCon—but not for long
Announcements | Feb 15, 2017 | Matthew Stratford
More than six hours. More than 10 speakers. More ideas and opportunities than can be counted.
It’s all coming up this Saturday at the sixth annual Entrepreneurship Conference, also known as TrepCon.
Joe Halpin, BS ’17, one of the event coordinators, says that “TrepCon is an incredible opportunity, not only for people who have a business, but for those who think that startups are particularly interesting, potentially want to work for one in the future, or want to learn something from the speakers, workshops, breakout sessions, or networking opportunities.”
Keynote speakers include Adam Besvinick, principal at Deep Fork Capital and a “Forbes 30 Under 30” for venture capital, Matt Brimer, co-founder of General Assembly and Daybreaker, and Troy Hazard, serial entrepreneur and former president of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization.
Visit the TrepCon website to see all of the speakers and full schedule, get more information, and even download the official Fordham TrepCon app.
Still not sure if you want to attend? Thanks to the sponsorship of Deloitte and Adobe, the conference is completely free for students. Space is limited, so reserve your tickets now.