Each class will consist of an initial presentation followed by a question and answer period. The following ten classes all relate to issues a company might face in getting itself started and operating productively in the modern technological and entrepreneurial landscape:
June 20 | 6-8pm
Paul Degnan. Head of Web Development, Marvel.
“The Development and Operations Practices Even Startups Really Really Cant Afford to Skimp On”
July 2 | 6-8pm
Jim Peiser. Attorney; Former counsel at Topps and Bryan Cave.
“Establishing Optimal Terms of Service and Privacy Policies”.
July 9 | 6-8pm
Matt Smalley. Analyst, Insight Ventures.
“So You’ve Built a Product/Created a Service, Now What?”
July 11 | 6-8pm
Peter Huh. CEO, Vimation.
“Software Development and the AdTech Landscape.”
July 16 | 6-8pm
Roger Knight. VP, Pacific Crest Securities.
“Corporate Development (engaging with strategic partners), Financials (within a due diligence context), and Deals (private financing, IPO, and M&A alternatives).”
July 18 | 6-8pm
Paul Manwell. Chief of Staff, Chrome, Apps, and Android, Google.
“Making Awesome Products”
July 23 | 6-8pm
Tony Coretto. Co-CEO PNT Marketing Services, Inc.
“How to Destroy Value: Surefire Tips for Investing in Failing Startups and Losing Money!”
July 25 | 6-8pm
Chris Lowney. Author Heroic Leadership
“Leadership lessons from the Jesuits, a 450-year old “startup” that changed the world”
July 30 | 6:30-8pm
Artie Minson. CFO, Time Warner.
Founded this past winter, the RTA primarily functions as a forum for Regis alumni to discuss and support tech-facilitated entrepreneurship. The newly developed Summer Academy is designed to demonstrate that support and to help entrepreneurs cultivate their business concepts. For more information, please e-mail email@example.com.