Meet our community at info sessions, meetups, and networking events. Amp up your skills with our workshops and classes. Our events are an integral part of the LIU Entrepreneurship experience.
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Panel Presentation Groups 4: How does a company translate its offerings to different cultures?
LIU Brooklyn’s School of Business and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation hosts leaders of the New York City’s business community to discuss topics related to the rapidly-changing business world. Hear from a panel of 3-4 experts, moderated by LIU Brooklyn students.
How will we interact with machines in the future?
Join us as we learn from someone shaping that future: Dr Jinjun Xiong, the Program Director for Cognitive Computing Systems Research at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center.
Dr Xiong is responsible for defining the scientific agenda and strategic directions for advanced cognitive computing systems research across industries, academia and governmental agencies. His research interests include cognitive computing, big data analytics, deep learning, smarter energy, and application of cognitive computing for industrial solutions.
Dinner will be available.
The National Minority Business Council, Inc. (NMBC)
Organizer of NMBC 1st Annual Procurement Opportunity Forum & Mini Business Expo
The NMBC Procurement Opportunity Forum will be a program that will address the challenges, opportunities and future direction of public and private sector contracting. There will be corporate representatives from the private sector and the public sector to talk about the future trends and upcoming developments in small, minority, women and veteran-owned business enterprises. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch. There will be a mini expo where business owners can come and do business with each other.
Registration is required in advance.
Tickets for NMBC Member: $55
Non-NMBC Member: $65 Non-NMBC Member: $65
Click this link to register.
Undergraduate and graduate students of NYC colleges compete for their opportunity to win recognition and prizes at the New York State Business Plan Competition Finals in Albany.