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Finding Success Through Failure

  • Mar 27, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Most highly successful people will be the first to admit that the road to achievement is not free of potholes, detours and other obstacles along the way. Quite the opposite. Some would argue that failure is the key to success and that the lessons we learn from our mistakes are what propel us forward and give us the competitive edge.  Please register with the U of M at the link below, $10 admission.

At this event put on by the U  of M OTC, 

Finding Success through Failure, you’ll hear from several entrepreneurs who experienced a difficult challenge, but turned their mistakes into breakthroughs and ultimately found success.

In addition to our panel of experts, you’ll have an opportunity to network with university researchers and learn more about university technologies and inventions you could turn into the next lucrative business opportunity.

Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served, with an opportunity for networking both before and after the event.

Click here to see a full agenda and register

We hope to see you there!  


Jay Schrankler, Executive Director

Office for Technology Commercialization (OTC), University of Minnesota

Back to our regular location next week,

Clyde Hanson, Host

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  • Clyde H.

    Learning from other's failures is always better than learning from one's own…I recommend all tech entrepreneurs learn about what the University of Minnesota has to offer in talent, services and equipment.

    1 · March 20, 2014

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