FedTech Fall Enrollment Now Open

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What do GPS, lithium batteries and a vaccine for Zika Virus all have in common? Answer: they were all initially funded by the government and then spun out into commercial products!

Want to find the next big commercial breakthrough? Join Fed Tech this fall and be paired with a cutting edge technology to build a new business. The Fed Tech team scouts opportunities from the $140B/year Federal R&D programs and puts them into the hands of entrepreneurs.

You’ll be paired with a technology and then conduct 50 plus customer interviews to develop a go to market concept. Each week you pitch your findings to the Fed Tech teaching team and mentors, all consisting of real entrepreneurs. In person attendance in Washington, DC is required for the opening and closing sessions but all other sessions can be participated in remotely. Fed Tech has worked with entrepreneurs from across the country. In person sessions for the class meet in DC from mid September to late November.

Want to learn more? Email program head Ben Solomon (benjamin.solomon.ctr@gc.ndu.edu) or click here to learn more.

INFAMOUS ROBOTICS EVENT MONDAY APRIL 18, 2016

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The Robotics Inventors Club All Stars

‘Start your own Robotics Company’ Competition

 

About:

The Robotics Inventors Club All Stars competition is the first of its kind business/technology innovation competition, where children (elementary ages thru middle school ages) face off in a ‘shark tank’ style pitch and demo competition.  The theme this year is to design and build a robot to address childhood obesity, developing something that will encourage a child to get outside and exercise while providing the gaming component that entices children.

 

The teams spent the last 8 months building their robots and their businesses around their project and are set to square off, head to head later this month.  This program was announced last year under the President’s call to ‘Educate to Innovate’ and Infamous Robotics LLC, the designers of this competition and unique STEAM curriculum, are pleased to offer the public an insight into the future of STEM education and robotics innovation.

 

 

 

Event date: April 18, 2016

Event time: 9:00am-11:00am

Event Location:

Three Flint Hill

3201 Jermantown Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

 

 

White House announcement of the All Stars Club:
https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/10/19/fact-sheet-white-house-astronomy-night-president-obama-announces-new

About the Robotics Inventors Club All Stars
http://infamousrobotics.com/club/

 

Contact:

Anthony ‘Mr Roboto’ Nunez

CEO, Infamous Robotics LLC

703-862-7955

Lessons Learned in Startup Operations

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Our recent event, Lessons Learned in Startup Operations, was a big success.   There was definitely energy in the room and lots of people glued to their seats.

The audience met James Quigley, CEO of Canvas, Cherian Thomas, Founder and CEO of Spotluck Inc. and Todd Walrath, founder and CEO of CareSave Technologies (Homecare.com). Each CEO presented their technology and company to the audience of MIT Alumni, entrepreneurs, MBA students  and service providers that cater to the entrepreneurial community in DC.

The CEO presentations were followed up with a moderated discussion by the Dean of the GW Business School – Linda Livingstone. Dean Livingstone used the audience questions to guide the conversation and Q&A with the audience.   Attendees gained valuable insights from the CEOs who shared lessons learned on the path from conception to viable business.

We hope you can make our next event!

Introduction

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Open to all since 1981, the MIT Enterprise Forum is a non-profit, volunteer organization with a long history of promoting the growth, education, and success of the entrepreneur and business community in the greater Washington & Baltimore area. The local chapter is one of a network of over 28 worldwide chapters of the Enterprise Forum, which was created as an outreach educational program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Its many programs are targeted at local start-ups, high technology businesses and investors and are designed to enable tech entrepreneurs to be successful by providing practical programing designed to educate and help them connect to mentors and experts.