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Early Registration Available for Univenture2015 2015大学风投研讨会开始接受注册报名

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2015大学风投研讨会开始接受注册报名
The Coller Institute of Venture at Tel Aviv University is proud to host Univenture2105, a workshop where academics and practitioners reflect and discuss the future of universities’ roles in a rapidly evolving world. The workshop will aim to create an initial understanding of the changing traditional roles of universities in view of the changes in the world of venture, and to trigger the thinking and discussion needed to further evolve this understanding after the workshop. Visit our event website for a detailed program and speaker bios.

The Workshop will be followed by a Symposium; a knowledge sharing event opened to the interested public. Early Registration ticket prices are valid until December 7th.

Visit our registration page to secure your ticket for #Univenture2015 REGISTER

 

 

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