Date: February 24, 2016
Location: RPI Heffner Alumni House* | (just south of the corner of Peoples Ave and 15th Street, Troy NY)
*Free parking is available next to the alumni house. Please note: Do not park in the lot directly behind the HAH, this is a staff lot only.*
Register to attend
(Free event open to the business community)
About Venture B:
The Venture Bplan Series is a collaboration of the Center for Economic Growth (CEG) and Rensselaer’s Emerging Ventures Ecosystem (EVE). This regularly-scheduled forum is designed for entrepreneurs to get visibility to the region’s angel and institutional investors, business service providers, advisers, students, faculty, alumni and the early stage business community.
We have two businesses showcasing their companies to a panel of investors, entrepreneurs, business leaders and the general public. Following a 15 minute Power Point presentation the panel will ask the presenter questions and provide feedback. For more information please call 518-465-8975.
Redfeather Green Energy Development, Inc.is a small woman-owned company that builds energy efficiency project portfolios, focused initially on the Caribbean hotel sector. Redfeather makes a development fee and/or takes a carried interest from the energy efficiency portfolios, which will be set up as individual limited liability companies or other special purpose entities.
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In 2010, Luke Evans went hiking with his friend and mentor Juan Gomez in search of the elusive Chaga mushroom. At first sight Luke understood the value of this remarkable superfood. While in college he and other UAlbany students Marc Iskandar and Adam Kaiser would forage in the Adirondacks. Quickly the team evolved from classmates and friends to business partners.
As they began to execute their plan, the ChugaChaga team reached many important milestones, including their acceptance into the highly competitive Food-X program, a NYC based accelerator for disruptive food businesses.
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Seeking Entrepreneurs for Upcoming Venture Bplan Series!
For more info contact: Ellyn Ford, Entrepreneurship Project Coordinator, Center for Economic Growth
(518) 465-8975 ext. 243 or firstname.lastname@example.org