Atlanta BEST is hosting its One-Day Accelerator event run by KP Reddy, an author, serial entrepreneur, speaker and thought leader who’s sure to bring a lot of valuable insight to this event.
The One-Day Accelerator provides a fast paced version of a typical 6 week accelerator program for entrepreneurs into a single, high-octane workshop. This is sure to be a highly pragmatic, extremely focused day that will allow early-career professionals to experience intense coaching and understand steps required to grow ideas into scalable companies.
This workshop will help participants learn to think differently. With a renewed vantage point, one will have a better understanding of how to launch new products. Accelerators help create strong working relationships with a diverse group of people by sharing knowledge and experience.
How it works:
The One-Day Accelerator includes a full day of activities including lectures, team exercises, pitch practice and plenty of excitement. After a morning lecture, small groups are formed and will focus on hypothesis development, testing hypothesis and doing customer discovery. The day will conclude with teams competing for the best pitch in front of experienced leaders who judge the groups to determine the best idea.
Meet the coaches and judges:
- Sylvan M. Waller, MD, FACEP: Founder and CEO at Alii Healthcare
- Justin Barnes: Director at Justin Barnes Advisors
- Palaniswamy Rajan: Serial Entrepreneur & Investor
- Hans Utz: Partner at The Combine
- Tiffany Wilson Karp: Executive Director at Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI)
- Chris Hermann: President/CEO at Clean Hands Safe Hands
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Health Sciences Research Building Auditorium
1760 Haygood Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322
Be sure to register by February 11.
About Atlanta BEST: A NIH funded partnership between Emory University and Georgia Tech, the Atlanta BEST Program is designed to reshape the preparation of the biomedical workforce. Approaches include a career exploration and professional development programming for doctoral students and postdoctoral trainees.