Princeton entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem events

  • Tri-State Women in STEM Entrepreneurship Challenge

    Fri, Jan 31, 2020, 11:59 pm

    From American Women in Science, New Jersey Central Chapter:

    The 2020 Women in STEM Entrepreneurial Challenge is now open and accepting applications.

    Awards will be offered to Top 3 lucrative business plans submitted by Tri State area women in STEM. Up to four (4) additional awards of $500 will be offered to participating women led teams that are just embarking their entrepreneurial journey.

    Initial submission through the link provided below or emailed to .

  • BioNJ Inspiring Women in STEM Conference

    Fri, Dec 6, 2019, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

    From BioNJ:

    Join us at BioNJ’s Fifth Annual Inspiring Women in STEM Conference on Friday, December 6. This year’s conference focuses on women’s roles in innovation, women in the STEM and life sciences workforce, and reflections into the status of women and professional career development. The day will also include survey data presented by Korn Ferry and McKinsey & Company, and a career development workshop — all certain to be informative and enlightening.


  • TechLaunch BullPen #15 at Monmouth University

    Tue, Nov 19, 2019, 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

    From TechLaunch:

    See what a real investor pitch looks like and hear both Investors and Audience give their constructive criticism. Register now for your FREE participation and networking with investors, entrepreneurs and the regions startup ecosystem.

  • New Jersey Tech Council Leadership Summit

    Tue, Dec 3, 2019, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

    From New Jersey Tech Council:

    Leadership Summit is a unique gathering of tech executives, thought leaders and founders committed to several common goals: becoming better leaders, managing innovation and change, raising the bar for their brand and business and building valuable relationships and partnerships. This year’s summit will feature exclusive executive forums, a rockstar c-suite panel, future of work inspired startup pitches, and a keynote focused on the economic and political outlook for 2020 and how business leaders can best prepare to be ahead of the curve.

  • PA3 Annual Meeting & Dinner

    Wed, Nov 6, 2019, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    From Princeton Area Alumni Association:

    PA3 is pleased and honored to welcome 

    Rodney D. Priestley, Vice Dean for Innovation, Office of Dean of Research

    Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

    Associate Director of Princeton Center for Complex Materials

    Princeton University

    Professor Priestley will discuss: "Creating the Future: Innovation at Princeton"

  • Startup Grind Princeton - VictimsVoice

    Thu, Oct 17, 2019, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

    From Startup Grind Princeton: 

    VictimsVoice is a tool that aims to fix the legal documentation burdens victims face when recalling details for reporting acts of abuse, harassment, and discrimination. It is built to meet HIPAA and VAWA compliance, as well as the strict legal standards (Daubert Standard) of court admissibility and gives complete ownership and control to the victim - no one else.

  • #SH6 - The Silicon Harlem Sixth Annual Next-Gen Tech Conference & Job Fair

    Fri, Oct 18, 2019, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

    From Silicon Harlem:

    On Friday, October 18th at the National Black Theater, Silicon Harlem will convene luminary thought leaders of new technologies that will power our future. At our Annual Next-Gen Tech Conference we will think forward to life in the future and the economic opportunities being created.

  • Early Stage Investing in the Life Sciences

    Thu, Oct 24, 2019, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    From New Jersey EDA: 

    Join us for this panel session on Thursday, October 24 as biotech insiders share their insights on early stage life sciences investing.

    About this Event

    There is no cost to attend, but registration is requested prior to the event.

    Hosted in partnership with:

  • Africa's Climate Innovators: Drivers of Inclusive Green Growth

    Fri, Sep 27, 2019, 9:00 am to 11:00 am

    From Ghana Climate Innovation Center (via John Scicchitano '93):

    Africa may not be the largest contributor to climate change, but its population bears climate change’s worst impacts. African populations are vulnerable, whether to crop failure to households relying on subsistence agriculture, to flooding of urban residents in poor coastal communities, or to disease outbreaks through vector and waterborne illness.


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