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Global Entrepreneur Week Celebration
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 5 -7 p.m.
Council Chambers, City Hall, 300 Laporte Avenue.
Join local entrepreneurs, Colorado State University staff and the CEO of Rocky Mountain Innovation Initiative (RMII) for a lively discussion on entrepreneurship and the local support system that nurtures promising start-ups. Facilitated by Mike Freeman, Chief Financial Officer, City of Fort Collins. Sponsored by the Economic Advisory Commission.
Poudre River Library District GEW Events
Tuesday, Nov. 17, Main Library 6:30-8p.m. Two short films from PBS
FRONTLINE/World on Social Entrepreneurs--"Vietnam: Wheels of Change" and "Middle East, Inc.", a business plan contest for young entrepreneurs in Egypt. Discussion with Lucinda Kerschensteiner, MBA-GSSE.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, Council Tree Library 7-8p.m.
Documentary about famous entrepreneurs and the mothers who made them. Discussion follows.
Thursday, Nov. 19, Council Tree Library 7-8:30
Pursuit of Happyness,
Award-winning film starring Will Smith--rated one of the top 10 films about entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur.com.