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Princeton Entrepreneurship Council and Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network are pleased to invite you to TigerTalks in the City: “The Journey of 1,000 Books Starts with My Own”, a Fireside Chat with Jim Mustich '77.
Jim Mustich ’77 began his career at an independent bookstore just outside of NYC and then co-founded the acclaimed book catalog, A Common Reader, which he led for two decades before closing up shop as online giants Amazon and Barnes & Noble became formidable forces in the publishing industry. Jim then joined B&N where he worked for 13 years, his last role as Vice President of Digital Products. He just completed and released his first book, 1,000 Books To Read Before You Die: A Life-Changing List, published by Workman Publishing.
This fireside chat, moderated by Don Seitz ’79, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement at Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, will explore Jim’s publishing and digital media experiences and his entrepreneurial pursuits as founder and author.
The event is co-sponsored by Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) and Princeton Entrepreneurs’ Network (PEN). It will be held on Wednesday, November 13, starting at 6:30pm, at the offices of Def Method in New York City. Following the fireside chat, PEC and PEN will host a networking reception.
Please register early for this event to assure your seat.
6:30pm Panel discussion and audience Q&A
7:30pm Networking reception