Events and Opportunities-Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Carnegie Mellon University


Sales and Marketing Strategies

Date: Friday, September 4, 2015
Time: 8:00 am to 9:30 am
Location: Project Olympus, 4620 Henry Street, Pittsburgh 15214

Feel like nobody gets what your product does? Need help simplifying your idea? Meet with Adam Paulisick, serial entrepreneur and adjunct professor of sales and marketing at the CMU Tepper School of Business, to bring commercial clarity to your efforts. Contact to schedule a half-hour appointment.

Legal and Insurance Strategies for Startups

Date: Thursdays
Time: 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: Project Olympus, 4620 Henry Street, Pittsburgh 15213
Find out what your startup should know about incorporation, contracting and insurance coverage from Sean Ruppert, Esq., a practicing business attorney and commercial insurance agent. Email for an appointment.


Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation (CTTEC) Office Hours

CTTEC provides critical services to the CMU research community for building and spinning out new ventures. CTTEC's licensing managers hold weekly office hours around campus. Locations for office hours may change. Visit the website for more information:

Chatham's Center for Women's Entrepreneurship Office Hours

Business Women: Need advice or have a business question? Call or e-mail Chatham's Center for Women's Entrepreneurship during our office hours every Monday from 12:00-2:00pm and one of our staff members will be available to talk with you about your business. Phone: 412-365-1253 Email: 

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CMU startup Rorus Inc. seeks an experienced lab microbiologist to help bring an inexpensive drinking water filter to the masses. The ideal candidate will conduct research to help quantify and optimize the use of silver nanoparticles for water purification of viruses, protozoa and bacteria. Rorus won first place in this year's McGinnis Venture Competition. If interested, send your resume to


Have a great technology concept? Want to commercialize it? Learn how by taking the same course taught to NSF I-Corps teams. The NYC Regional Innovation Node (NYCRIN) is offering an experiential learning program, which uses Lean LaunchPad pedagogy and the Business Model Canvas, to train academic researchers in hypothesis-driven customer discovery. Students and faculty may particpate in the training without being NSF-funded. Teams are required to attend a two-day course in NYC, attend five weekly webinars and a presentation of their discoveries in NYC. The course, which takes place October 5 through November 17, is free for admitted applicant teams. Apply by September 11, 2015.

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Become a Project Olympus PROBE

Have a startup idea? The Project Olympus incubator welcomes students, faculty and staff who are interested in exploring the possibility of creating a business. Find out more about the program and how to apply.

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