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Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s Hamilton

Date: 09-29-2020

Time: 07:00 PM

Location: zoom

Who: Eric B. Schultz
What:Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s Hamilton
Where: Zoom
When: 7:00PM Tuesday, Sept, 29, 2020
Cost: Admission is Free
details: http://inventus.org

ABSTRACT
Please join us for an online presentation with author Eric B. Schultz featuring his latest book, Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s Hamilton (Greenleaf Book Group, 2019)

Written for both entrepreneurs and American history fans, Innovation on Tap captures three centuries of innovation in America through the eyes of 25 entrepreneurs--living and departed--who have gathered to "talk shop" in an imaginary barroom. Eric will present an overview of the book and feature a handful of stories and “mini case reviews” with an emphasis on New England-based inventors and entrepreneurs.

Speaker Biography:
Eric has a degree in history from Brown University and earned his MBA from the Harvard Business School. He is the former chairman and CEO of Sensitech and a former CEO-partner with Ascent Ventures. His nonprofit work includes chairing the Gettysburg Foundation. Eric is co-author of Food Foolish: The Hidden Connection Between Food Waste, Hunger, and Climate Change, and King Philip's War: The History and Legacy of America's Forgotten Conflict, and author of Weathermakers to the World, the corporate history of Carrier Corporation. His LinkedIn profile is at https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericbschultz/ and website is http://theoccasionalceo.blogspot.com/.

Related Web Site : http://inventus.org


For more information, contact Douglas Lyon / x3155 / dlyon@fairfield.edu