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With Hillary Mickell (Regional Dean & CEO, Northeastern University).
Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 04:00 PM   Absolutely Free
Silicon Valley Capital Club, 50 W San Fernando St
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The first Northeastern University Speaker Series in the Bay Area is here!

Our Speaker Series is packed with inspiring individuals for those that are looking to expand their knowledge on today's hot topics in various industries. Hear it from experts who bring years of experience in their respective fields.

We are kicking it off with Silicon Valley's favorite topic - entrepreneurship.

Launching Your Silicon Valley Startup: An Insider's Guide
with Hillary Mickell, Regional Dean & CEO of Northeastern University in the San Francisco Bay Area

Hillary is the Regional Dean & CEO of Northeastern University in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has spent 20 years bringing major consumer products to market & building consumer brands. Hillary started her career in advertising, & then quickly made the leap to technology marketing at Microsoft. Her interest in consumer brands eventually led her to senior marketing & channel management positions at Netscape, Shutterfly & Yahoo! where she met Foodily co-founder Andrea Cutright.

Chat with Hillary about:
Secrets to start up success
The startup journey
How to create & manage successful partnerships

Speaker Series Details:
What: Launching Your Silicon Valley Startup: An Insider's Guide
When: October 10, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Where: Capital Club - Vintage Room
50 W San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95113
Complimentary food & drinks will be served.

Parking & Dress Code

There is a parking garage located under the building & typically there is plenty of parking. The address for the garage is the same as the venue address. When you arrive, take the parking elevator to the lobby then one of the other elevators to the 17th floor where the front desk will greet & direct you.

As a reminder, the Silicon Valley Capital Club does observe a business casual dress code. No shorts, t-shirts, flip flops, hats or ripped jeans. Regular jeans are fine.
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