From Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs:
Join us, along with our partner the Foundation for Health Advancement for a free event, "Navigating the Path to Startup Success." Hear from founders and their investors who will share their lessons learned and successful steps in taking an idea from conceptual development through commercial launch, growth and eventual exit. Gain valuable insight on how to maximize resources and avoid common mistakes from our seasoned panelists who have experience in numerous business segments and stages of company development.
- John Frankel, founding partner, ff Venture Capital
- James M. Golubieski, president, Foundation Venture Capital Group
- Dr. Michael Johnson, CEO & cofounder, Visikol
- Brian Mulhall, entrepreneur & angel investor
- Ari Rabban, CEO & cofounder, Phone.com
Foundation for Health Advancement
The Foundation for Health Advancement (FHA) is a 501C(3) not-for-profit organization. FHA’s programs grow new science-based businesses in collaboration with New Jersey-based research institutions and inspire students to pursue STEM majors and careers. FHA, in partnership with its affiliates, New Jersey Health Foundation (NJHF) and Foundation Venture Capital Group (FVCG), provides funding and technical support to faculty and student researchers at six New Jersey-based research institutions: Kessler Foundation, NJIT, Princeton University, Rowan University, Rutgers University and Stevens Institute of Technology.
Innovate and Impact: Information and Education for NJ Entrepreneurs & Innovators is an ongoing series of programs supported by the Foundation for Health Advancement. These programs cover a variety of topics to provide education, share best practices and lessons learned, and offer opportunities to network with entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, researchers, students and businesses.
The Foundation for Health Advancement created Innovate and Impact because we believe that our mission extends beyond providing financial resources to the researchers and students we support. We feel that the entire innovation ecosystem in New Jersey would benefit from a forum where we can share our expertise and bring in external resources to support innovators and entrepreneurs as they develop their ideas into viable commercial enterprises.