Presenting a bigger, better entrepreneurship conference
Areas of Study , Entrepreneurship , Entrepreneurship Society , Featured Events Student Organizations & Clubs | Nov 01, 2011 | Nicole Gesualdo
TrepCon is coming your way.
Start picturing yourself as a business owner. Whether your vision for your business is luxury retail, investment management, accounting services, environmental consulting, imported carpets or anything else you can imagine, TrepCon — Fordham’s entrepreneurship week, enhanced and reborn — is the place to be.
This four-day series will bring in all sorts of experts on starting your own business and succeeding. It will be held around campus from November 14 to November 17, 2011 — and will feature a closing reception and networking mixer, with hors d’oeuvres, on the last night. Sessions will cover topics such as:
- What do investors look for?
- Serial entrepreneurs: Mastering multiple businesses
- How failure makes you smarter
- Strategies for making your existing business grow
- Using social media
If you’ve even thought for a few minutes about launching your own enterprise someday, check out one or more of the TrepCon sessions. Useful advice and fantastic connections await. And the general public is invited this year — so you may find yourself sitting in an audience next to business owners from across New York City and the metro area.
Follow this link to visit the TrepCon section of GabelliConnect. You’ll find the full agenda, a link to register, and information about Fordham’s Entrepreneurship Society, some of whose members already have started their own businesses.
Thanks to TrepCon’s sponsors: Summit Financial Resources, Inc., RedPost Consulting, the Gabelli School of Business and the Fordham University Entrepreneurship Society.
Photograph courtesy of Guillermo Fdez on Flickr’s Creative Commons.