Place: The Columbia Center. Reid Hall. 0074, Paris
The ESADE Alumni France Chapter would like to forward you the invite to the upcoming Thunderbird Paris Alumni Chapter event, an International Entrepreneur Forum and Networking Cocktail: ''Once a Startup, Always a Startup?''. The event, to be held on March 23rd, has been forwarded to us by Roberto Abramovich (Design Thinking 14), Thunderbird Paris Alumni President
Three international entrepreneurs will discuss the ins and outs of building their businesses from the ground up, and growing them beyond local boarders.
Craig Carlson, creator of Breakfast in America diners, will reveal how he made the transition from film producer to restaurateur and author, by selling the concept of the 'American breakfast' to the French.
James Hammons will explain why Red Hat acquired FeedHenry, an innovative provider of a mobile application platform, and give insights into the process of integrating a startup and the benefits for both companies.
Cédric Monnier, co-founder of FlameFy, provider of an SaaS audience measurement platform to broadcasters such as TF1 and France Televisions, will explain how his company has grown beyond France and what it takes to achieve successful international expansion.
Panel discussions will be followed by Q&A and a networking cocktail with champagne tasting and much more.
Registration mandatory. Limited seats!
The Thunderbird Paris Alumni Chapter looks forward to seeing you there!