Jan 4 2019
Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum – BIG DATA: Today’s Supernova of Information and Opportunity
 

BIG DATA:  Today’s Supernova of  Information and Opportunity
Saturday, January 26th 8:00 AM Coffee & Networking 9:00 – 11:30 AM Program  Caltech Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics 1216 E. California Avenue Pasadena, CA 91106 REGISTER NOW
Big Data has exploded and engulfed us all.  It has led to a technology and business revolution. Every website, email, SMS text, mouse click, download, and Internet of Things (IoT), sensor input now predicts epidemics, calculates risk, understands consumer behavior and formulates public policies. Entrepreneurs are pursuing these Big Data opportunities in what is becoming the 21st century equivalent of the gold rush.
Join us as we kick off 2019 with this information-packed program.  Our speakers will share their views on the opportunities and challenges entrepreneurs face in building these new ventures, and give a clearer view of what’s coming our way.   Keynote Speaker:    Gil Elbaz Founder & CEO, Factual Inc. Co-Founder, Applied Semantics   Speakers:    Wes Nichols Board Partner, Upfront Ventures Independent Board Director Public and Pre-IPO Technology Companies   Dominique (Mike) Hanssens Distinguished Research Professor of Marketing UCLA Anderson Graduate School Founding Partner, MarketShare, a global marketing analytics firm   Producer/Moderator:  Stan Tomsic, Managing Director, Magna Point Group
Advance Ticket Sales: General Admission: $30.00 ($40.00 at door) Students: $20.00* ($25.00 at door) Caltech Students – No Charge* Advance Ticket Sales end on Friday, January 25th at 1:00 PM PST. *Current Valid ID required for all student admissions.  Full admission price will be charged without ID. REGISTER NOW
Upcoming Programs Quantum Computing – February 23, 2019 Blockchain – March 23, 2019 Equity Funding – April 13, 2019 AI/Robotics – May 11, 2019 Watch your e-mail or check our website for updates!  Calendar of Events
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