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Speaker: Professor Mung Chiang
Topic: Where is Entrepreneurship at Princeton?
Come and join a conversation with Professor Mung Chiang, Chair of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee and the new Director of Keller Center at Princeton University. Tell Mung how you think Princeton University can enhance its own entrepreneurship programs and work effectively with the local entrepreneurship ecosystem.
7:00 - Arrival - Snacks, Pizza and Networking.
7:30 - Introduction / Announcements by the organizers.
7:40 - 7:45 StartUp Demo / Pitches (ONE MINUTE each)
Demo 1 - TosTis - Sebastien Blind
Demo 2 - Project Toe - Mike Bardi
Demo 3 - What Are Minds For - Michael Liguori
7:45 - Where is Entrepreneurship at Princeton? - Professor Mung Chiang
8:45 - Open Mic to quickly promote your business or broadcast a need that someone in the group might be able to ﬁll.
8:55 - Wrap-Up, discussion of Meetup, feedback and opportunities for improvement or future topics.
8:59 - End of formal part of meeting.
9:00 - Exit Venue and head to After Hours Party - Location: TBA
More about the Speaker
Professor Mung Chiang, Chair of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee and the new Director of Keller Center at Princeton University.
More about the Presenters
The site is about helping people to share/borrow/rent their books, movies and video games with each other.
Project Toe (http://www.projecttoe.com)
An iPhone app that helps those with self-harming issues. When you have the urge to self-harm, you tap Toe. When you want to help others get through an urge, you create a Help Schedule. If someone taps Toe and it's within your schedule, you'll get a Push Notification to chat with that person. Our vision is to empower average people to help one another. We think that we can disrupt the mental health industry by allowing people to use their past experience to help those who are currently going through it (depression, tragedy, addictions, etc). We call it "Social Therapy". We have 2500 monthly active members and slowly growing!
What Are Minds For (http://whataremindsfor.com/)
What Are Minds For, Inc. (WRM4) is the provider of Vognition™ a voice control platform. Vognition™ is a voice control software platform for the IoT, the connected home and consumer electronics. We provide the soft-microphone that goes into the app. From the consumer side they start the app, click on the micro-phone button, and say something like "heat my house", "lower it a few notches", "I'm coming home in an hour".