Join us for a panel discussion and learn how to excite and engage prospects, as well as hear from entrepreneurs and business people abut what works and what doesn't. Presented by the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network and Suffolk University Law School's Intellectual Property Programs, our panel includes:
Moderator: Karen Katz, Esq., Director, IP Programs, Suffolk University Law School
Joshua Herzig-Marx, Head of Product, Alyce.com, Startup Founder for Company acquired by Google
Founder of a retail marketing technology company sold to Google in 2012. Now leading Product at Alyce, a pioneer in corporate gifting. Product, project, and large-client management in the marketing, computer software, international development and non-profit industries.
Kathleen Bellicchi, Founder, Bellicchi's Best Biscotti
Kathleen Bellicchi started her business with her husband Eric. With the help of Hope and Main, Rhode Island’s first haven for new food businesses,
James DiSabatino, Founder, Roxy's Grilled Cheese & Whole Heart Provisions
A budget-conscious, bread-and-cheese-filled tour of Europe inspired James DiSabatino to buy a truck off Craigslist shortly after he graduated from Emerson College. It became Roxy’s Grilled Cheese , which launched in 2011 as part of Boston’s first wave of food trucks.
Bryan Fuller, Founder, Power Rowing
After 12 years in accounting, Bryan put down his laptop and found his calling by bringing the sport of rowing to the masses. Bryan began rowing in 2011, joining a new Veteran outreach team at Community Rowing, Inc. in Brighton.
Questions? Contact Karen Katz, at email@example.com
or 617-935-9331 for more information.