If you are interested in behind the scenes of establishing a start-up company or you want to know how this process affects one's scientific career - make yourself a coffee and tune in for the Innovator Cafe meeting - this time we have a panel discussion with Daniel Kvak and Esa Räsänen on June 22nd, 16-17 CET. This is a live interview, during which we have prepared time for the audience's questions.
During the Innovator Cafe, we bring experienced entrepreneurs and young CEOs together, talking about the Dos and Don’ts of entrepreneurship, and sharing their success stories and biggest failures. Get to know the people behind the company and learn from their experience. Use a unique opportunity to ask life-science entrepreneurs about all aspects of starting your own start-up and their story of transition from academia to business. Please do not hesitate to prepare your own questions, they may come in handy during the open part of the panel.
Daniel Kvak is a Ph.D. student of Masaryk University in Brno and CEO of Carebot, the start-up company developing a computer vision-based assistance system for healthcare and awarded by Forbes, Pfizer, Roche, and Deloitte.
Professor, Vice Dean for Education Esa Räsänen from Tampere University is a theoretical physicist, innovator, and solution creator. Esa has utilized his expertise in computational physics in creating novel solutions for analyzing cardiac electrical activity.
The series of webinars is open for all students and employees of SPARK-associated organizations (Nencki Institute PAS and International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw).
Registration for the webinar is required in advance. Please register at: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEudemqrz0jEteg8lYyi-tkBcovE4CUE_qW latest on June 21st. With later registrations, access cannot be guaranteed. There are a limited number of places available and they are filled in in the order of registration.