On March 28, the Asian American/Asian Research Institute and the Asian-American Entrepreneurs Network presented “The Next Big Thing: Economic Empowerment Conference” at CUNY Graduate Center. AABANY contributed a speaker, Julia Cheng, to the Monetizing IP workshop. Julia is the Founding Principal of her own firm, CyberlawStudio, and a member of AABANY’s IP Committee. She is among those interviewed in this Sinovision piece about the conference.

Competition THRIVE

New York City Economic Development Corporation View this email in your browser January 11, 2013
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Empowering and Rewarding New York City’s Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Enter Competition THRIVE – it’s a unique competition seeking original, innovative strategies and programs that help immigrant entrepreneurs succeed in business. Your submission could be a winner.
 

  • Round I: $25,000 awarded to five semi-finalists to pilot their program and create a business plan
  • Round II: $100,000 to one grand prize winner plus promotional services to further scale their program
     

Submission Period: Feb 1 – March 7, 2013

For more information and to download proposal guidelines, visit www.nycedc.com/thrive, email competitionthrive@baruch.cuny.edu or call Lendynette Pacheco-Jorge at 646-312-4799.  Additionally, an information session will be held on Feb 7, 2013 for potential applicants to learn more about the competition.
 

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