Thursday, November 12, 2015

MIT Enterprise Forum of NYC

ETF Global is a proud supporter of Adult Literacy and the MIT Enterprise Forum of NYC which has organized a $7M XPRIZE Kickoff Reception and Event for Social Entrepreneurialism and the use of technology innovation in an effort to solve one of the country’s biggest problems.

Use this Promo Code for Free Admission:  ETFGlobalfree

The first MIT - EF NYC $7 Million XPRIZE kickoff!


5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

The Cooper Union
7 East 7th St, NY NY

Reception and Event
The MIT-EF NYC is calling out to app developers, entrepreneurs, technologists, venture capitalists, literacy experts and educators to discover how to use technology as a way to solve adult literacy and change the world, while improving countless lives.

Come hear the panel of successful edutech entrepreneurs, leaders and investors to learn how to make a huge social impact with technology!

·         Byron Pitts, Keynote Speaker and Moderator, ABC News Anchor and Adult Learner and author of Step Out on Nothing
·         Stephanie Dua, CEO Homer
·         Paul Gollash, CEO Voxy
·         Jonathan Harber, Former CEO Pearson and Founder of School Net
·         Michael Preston, Executive Director, CSNYC
·         Jake Schwartz, CEO General Assembly

The winning team can make an impact and compete to win the big $7M XPRIZE or even launch a revolutionary company.

Join us for a chance to win--and maybe even to change the world. Anyone can participate and the MIT-EF NYC will facilitate team formation with the  
CYNK  powered ‘MIX and MATCH’ platform.

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