“Accelerating Business Growth at the University of Bridgeport CTech IncUBator”

2 04 2011

Dr. Gad J. Selig, Associate Dean for Business Development at the University of Bridgeport, will be the guest speaker at the FINE Business Networking Group’s April 21st meeting at the Westport Country Playhouse. Dr. Selig will speak about The CTech IncUBator, a partnership between Connecticut Innovations and the University of Bridgeport. The IncUBator is Fairfield County’s first and only university based incubator for high-tech start-ups. Its mission is to create jobs and improve the economy of the region by developing markets for new technologies.

The IncUBator provides expertise in business, technology and University research and resources to enable the entrepreneur the opportunity to succeed at the very early stages. Additionally, fully furnished offices, shared support can be provided as well as pro-bono or discounted professional services such as legal, accounting, IP and technology are available.

The meeting is in the Lucille Lortel Barn at the Westport Country Playhouse on April 21, 2011 from 9 – 11am with time before and after Dr. Selig’s talk for networking. There is no admission fee, but a donation is requested, and the meeting is open to all those in business or hoping to be.

Dr. Selig has earned degrees in Economics, Business and Engineering and has authored five books and over 70 articles. He is a dynamic and popular speaker at industry conferences and corporate events. Dr. Selig has over 30 years of diversified executive, management and consulting experience with both Fortune 500 and smaller organizations.



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