CMU Entrepreneurship Experts at the inRes 2017 Workshops
The inRes 2017 Phase 1 workshops are underway, preparing the entrepreneurial teams for their immersion in the US and for the next steps of their businesses. The teams participate in four workshops with the presence of Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) resident experts as lectures and mentors.
Carnegie Mellon covered the preparations of the inRes program in the News section of their website, highlighting the role of its entrepreneurs in the CMU Portugal Program initiative. Robb Myer, entrepreneur-in-residence at CMU and founder and former president of NoWait, acquired by Yelp; Kit Needham, entrepreneur-in-residence at CMU and associate director of Project Olympus; Tara Brandstad, associate director of CMU’s Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation (CTTEC); and Reed McManigle, senior manager of business development and licensing at CMU’s CTTEC are the CMU mentors of the inRes initiative. Dave Mawhinney, executive director of the Swartz Center has also been involved with inRes since its beginning.
Read the full article at Carnegie Mellon University News section (July 28, 2017)