The Atlanta entrepreneur community is invited to a sneak peek of TechSquare Labs, and to hear MITEF’s, “Build Something From Nothing.” Don’t miss this rare opportunity to gain insights from Jeff Arnold, Founder of WebMD and current Chairman and CEO of Sharecare. Arnold will share the story of WebMD and discuss what is coming next for Sharecare. He will be joined by serial entrepreneur Paul Judge and TechSquare Labs co-founder Allen Nance.
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859 Spring Street
Who’s Gonna be Speaking:
- Jeff Arnold, Founder of WebMD; Chairman and CEO, Sharecare
- Paul Judge, Co-Founder, TechSquare Labs; Exec. Chairman, Pindrop Security
- Allen Nance, Co-Founder, TechSquare Labs
What’s On the Agenda:
- Go Big or Go Home: Find out how to think big and achieve even bigger.
- Serial Success: They say lightening doesn’t strike twice, but you’ll hear how to achieve multiple successful exits with several different companies—in several different fields.
- Failure is Not an Option: Listen to how failures were an important part of the company’s ultimate success.
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