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VIRTUAL EVENT: TigerTalks Digital: How to Build and Sustain a Culture of Innovation

The Princeton Club of Washington is pleased to co-present this edition of TigerTalks Digital with the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.



Startups begin with an innovative idea. But, is the culture established in the early stages of a company’s life focused enough on innovation so that the business can pivot readily and invest effectively in products and go-to-market strategies? If the company then achieves market traction, can it sustain this innovation culture over time as it grows and extends its reach into the market? Companies, small to large, and across all sectors of business, are challenged with maintaining a culture of innovation or else face threats from nimble and creative new competitors. 
 
TigerTalks Digital (and its in-person counterparts: TigerTalks in the City and TigerTalks on the Road) are a series of PEC-sponsored educational programs featuring faculty and alumni entrepreneurs across a wide range of startup sectors. Previous panels of founders and investors have shared perspectives on topics including blockchain technologies, AI and fintech, water sustainability, smart cities, arts entrepreneurs in live theatre, autonomous vehicle solutions, computer vision applications, genomics, proptech, and female and black alumni entrepreneurs.
 
 
When: Thursday, June 11 | 5:00pm — 6:15pm Eastern Time
5:00 pm - 5:50 pm Panel discussion
5:50 pm - end Audience Q&A
 
Where: online — click here to register via Eventbrite. 
 

About the Speakers 

An esteemed panel of alumni startup founders – from early to late stage – will share their perspectives and insights on this topic, including Randy Altschuler ’93, CEO of Xometry (digital manufacturing); Tshaka Cunningham ’96, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at TruGenomix; (behavioral health) Roselle Safran ’99, CEO and Founder of KeyCaliber (cybersecurity); and Tim Hwang ’13, Founder and CEO of FiscalNote (global issues management). The panel will be moderated by Margarita Womack ’09, Founder and CEO of Mas Pandas (food tech).

 

Registered attendees will be emailed a link to the Zoom online panel discussion after the registration process. Please add it to your calendar for easy access. Please email donseitz@princeton.edu with any questions.


To request disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact Neal Bituin at pecinfo@princeton.edu at least 3 working days prior to the event.


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