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Thursday
Jul 16, 2015
Biomedical Start-up Grand Opening
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

The University of Toledo LaunchPad Incubation Program is celebrating the grand opening of two groundbreaking biomedical technology companies, OsteoNovus, Inc. and Spinal Balance, Inc.

A grand opening celebration for the companies will take place from 4:30 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, July 16 in the Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex.

The program will be at 4:45 p.m. with speakers UT President Sharon L. Gaber; College of Engineering Dean Dr. Nagi Naganathan; Robert Holden, former Missouri governor and chairman of the Midwest U.S. China Association; and Robin Young, CEO of Pearl Driver, Inc. and publisher of Orthopedics This Week.

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Thursday
Apr 13, 2017
Series24 - Let's Talk About Money: Angel Investment
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Let's talk about money! Come and be part of the conversation around what every startup needs to know about fundraising. What are the options? Where do you start? How do you prepare? Learn about this and more at the second installment of Series24 – Let’s Talk About Money: ANGEL INVESTMENT. Our panel of experts will provide a look into what every startup needs to be successful in seeking out funding from angel investors.

The Panel Includes: Adam Salon, Managing Partner with SaBo Investments, Anand Agarwal, Research Professor of Orthopaedic spine surgery and bioengineering, President and Chairman of Osteonovus, Inc & Spinal Balance, inc., and Colin MCkillop Executive Director of WECAN – Windsor Essex Capital Angel Network.

This is an interactive event with opportunities to network with your peers and have one on one conversations with funders and our panel of fundraising experts.

There is no cost for this event. Lunch will be provided.

Wednesday
May 10, 2017
Series24 - Let's Talk About Money: Venture Capital
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Come and be part of the conversation around what every startup needs to know about fundraising. What are the options? Where do you start? How do you prepare?

Learn about this and more at the 5th installment of Series24 – Let’s Talk About Money: Venture Capital.

Our panel of experts will provide a look into what every startup needs to be successful in seeking out out venture capital investment.

Thursday
Jul 13, 2017
Series24 - Let's Talk About Money: Grants for Startups
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Join us for the FINAL installment of the Let’s Talk About Money segment of Series24! We have incredible panel of experts on federal and state grants with a focus on SBIR and Ohio Third Frontier funding opportunities.

Come and be part of the conversation around what every startup needs to know about obtaining grant funding. What are the options? Where do you start? How do you prepare? Learn about this and more at the 8th installment of Series24 – Let’s Talk About Money: Grants. Our panel of experts will provide a look into what every startup needs to be successful closing a deal from various types of investors

Thursday
Oct 18, 2018
Series24 - Bookkeeping & Taxes
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Series24 is helping shed light on what it takes to successfully maneuver tax season. Our panel of experts will discuss best practices and common pitfalls entrepreneurs encounter when dealing with bookkeeping & taxes, we will also identify what resources are available here in Toledo.

The Panel:

Tom Baird - CPA, Owner & President Toledo CPA's

Mike Hunter - CPA, Managing Member of APTUS Business Services

Christopher Falls - CPA, Senior Tax Accountant for Weber Clark

What are the options? Where do you start? How do you prepare? Our panel of experts will provide a look into what every startup needs to know when it comes to successfully preparing for and wrapping up tax season.

Lunch will be provided.

Thursday
Nov 29, 2018
Grypmat: Idea to Invention of the Year
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Come see University of Toledo alum and Founder of Grypmat, Tom Burden, speak of his experience taking his product idea to market. Hear of his experience landing a deal on SharkTank, building a team, and recently being listed as Forbes 30 under 30 and one of TIME's Best Inventions of the Year.

The event is based on the U. Toledo Engineering Leadership Institute's Crash Course: Bringing A Product to Market by Assessing Feasibility and Value.

Join for food & networking! The event begins at 6pm.

The will be held in the coworking space on the second floor of the Launchpad Incubation Center on UT's Engineering Campus.

Wednesday
May 29
Reporting on Information Security Risk to your Executives
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Times have changed. In the “old days,” Infosec was rarely asked to the table to report to executives on Information Security Risk. The ever-changing landscape around Cyber Risk has forced this issue to be front and center on the minds of Executives and Boards of Directors. While this recognition has been what security professional have been asking for, they often struggle on how to communicate to the business. They feel compelled to present fancy dashboards with lots of data. This type of approach often leaves their company’s leadership with low levels of understanding when it comes to risk. In this presentation, Ethan Steiger will demonstrate an effective way to communicate the business problems around cyber risk. He will highlight real examples of how he tells the story to gain the confidence of C-level and Board Level executives while at the same time ensuring that he is communicating on the significant risk that this audience needs to aware of."

Bio - Ethan Steiger is the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Domino’s Pizza. where his department is entirely responsible for the company’s global security program. Ethan’s background includes over 25 years of experience working with complex computing systems and at least 20 years of direct security industry expertise. Prior to joining Domino’s, Ethan worked as the Chief Security Officer of R. L. Polk & Co. where he designed a state of the art security program. In that capacity, he was able to achieve ISO 27001 certification for Polk. This represents the gold standard of security accreditation. Earlier in his career, Ethan was a Security Architect with RSA Security. While at RSA, he implemented cryptographic systems at a wide array of customers such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas City, Kerr-McGee, and Visa. He has also served as an IT Consultant with CapGemini and first cut his teeth as a network engineer at Bear Stearns & Co. Ethan Steiger is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison with a degree in History and Computer Science. With Cyber Security on everyone’s mind, Ethan has the significant challenge of leading his team in helping safeguard Domino’s business. Ethan and his team loose sleep occasionally but are rewarded by keeping hackers outside while ensuring that Domino’s data stays inside. When Ethan is not busy protecting Domino’s he is enjoying the good life in Ann Arbor with his wife, Simona and their three children