Austin AITP April Meeting Featuring the IC² Institute

This is a rare opportunity to get expert advice on how to write a business plan and how to present it to your board or prospective investors. Dr. Gary Cadenhead, Director of the Master of Science in Technology Commercialization (MSTC) Program at the IC² Institute at the University of Texas, will be speaking on the role of business plans in raising capital/funds from investors.


See the Austin AITP web site for more information.

Name Sales End Price
AITP member Ended $20
Non-member Ended $25
AITP Student member Ended $7

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