May
5

This is a multifaceted event, which will include successful student-company project presentations (these projects are presented as a template for other companies to join this innovative effort), faculty research presentations, faculty-led innovation factory sessions (A.K.A. knowledge brokering), and innovation driven networking.  In the past year, we have partnered successfully with many companies including Cloud Peak Energy, Walmart, Anadarko Petroleum, Apple, Black Hills Corporation, Cisco Systems, Health Reach, Bridger Coal, Ivinson Memorial Hospital, CPA Group of Laramie, Wyoming Business Council, Jonah Bank, etc.  Our innovative collaborations have resulted in accelerated solutions to fundamental problems these companies face.

 

 

Friday, May 5 Schedule
8:00 am Check‐in for Attendees (coffee and refreshments available)
8:45 am Welcome and Introductions
9:00 am Student-Company Presentations
12:00 pm Lunch for guests, faculty, students
1:30 pm Innovation Summit Group Discussions
4:30 pm Closing remarks – Corey Billington
5:00 pm Event concludes


Date:
Friday, May 5, 2017; All Day
Location:
University of Wyoming - College of Business
1000 E. University Ave. Laramie WY 82071
Region:
Southeast
Sponsor:
University of Wyoming - College of Business
Contact:
Barry Brewer
bbrewer4@uwyo.edu, Phone: 307.766.4244
Category:
Entrepreneur, Business, Education
Type:
Summit

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