Maritime Global Technologies Innovation Center (MGTIC) will host a "Reverse Pitch" session at the SUNY Maritime College campus on Thursday, March 15, 2018.The Reverse Pitch will be composed of established maritime industrypublic/private firms & organizations seeking innovative solutions from emerging young companies.
Maritimefirms pitch to entrepreneurs the critical needs they have to address enduring pain points, challenges & potential ideas for change.The specific areas included:
SHIPPING - equipment, technology, design,insurance, finance, regulatory & legal compliance,commercial & passenger.
PORTS - terminal & site management, operations,cargo movement, warehousing, offshore activities.
LAND-BASED - documentation, law, brokers, freightforwarders, chartering, beneficial cargo owners,passengers, cybersecurity, blockchain initiatives,forecasting, automation, etc. additional topics?
This involves all aspects of the maritime ecosystem including digital & non-digital industries. Entrepreneurs gain insight into specific requirements & build networks with industry innovators. Maritime interests get to source solutions from startups with unique skills.
MGTIC'S Reverse Pitch Event at SUNY Maritime College is only 2 weeks away!
Buzz surrounding our March 15th Reverse Pitch, not to mention attendance, has been growing at an explosive rate! We're looking to connect & catalyze the New York Maritime Community, & who better to help than some of the most recent additions to our line up of reverse pitchers:
Anthony Patti is Vice President at Duff & Phelps in the global Cybersecurity Services Practice where he's responsible for business development & client relations. He'll be pitching on maritime CYBERSECURITY pain points.
Scott K. Parry is a Senior Marine Risk Consultant for Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty where he specializes in transportation, warehousing & cargo security risks. His pitch will cover MARINE RISK.
Matt Guasco is an International transport consultant with over 35 years of experience in ocean, air, & surface cargo. He creates & maintains supply chain programs for clients with both international & domestic freight. On March 15th he'll be looking at INTERMODAL PORT APPLICATIONS.
With hundreds of registered attendees, plenty of networking opportunities, & hosted at one of New York's premier maritime institutions, MGTIC is poised for a huge, solution-generating event. You'll want to be in the audience when our pitchers present their sectors' most pressing needs, pain points, & inefficiencies. Now's the time to register & remember, tickets are FREE.
For further information, please contact Dr. Christopher Clott at (347)842-1611 oremailat firstname.lastname@example.org