American Corner Debrecen organize a free online English-language presentation about the connection between education and entrepreneurship in the USA on Zoom on the 10th of February.
The first session of the American mindset step by step presentation series about the connection between education and entrepreneurship in the USA starts at 6 pm on the 10th of February. The event is free, but registration is required (link). The organizers will email you the Zoom meeting link the day before the event.
Entrepreneurial leaders have more than just the tools – they have the right mindset. How can we embrace and turn failure into opportunity and success? How can we have the “American mindset”?
Whether you are planning to enter the US market or are just interested in this topic, join the four-part online series of American Corner Debrecen and INPUT Program to learn from American entrepreneurs, startup experts, CEOs, young researchers, and innovators.
Let’s talk about the connection between education and entrepreneurship and meet Bogi and Tamás, both of whom have experience and insight in their respective field.
Boglárka Ecsedi of Hajdúböszörmény, is a young researcher and innovator, who specializes in artificial intelligence and computer vision. She is a Young Member of the New York Academy of Sciences and spent two months at the University of California Santa Cruz doing a research project.
Tamás Jávor started his career as an investment manager in Hungary, managing around 1.2 billion dollars for investment funds, pension funds and insurance companies. He earned his MBA from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where he also pioneered UMSL Accelerate, which is the innovation, and entrepreneurship resource on campus. Furthermore, he is an INPUT International Mentor and a member of Techstars.
The Cultural Affairs Office coordinates the US Embassy Speaker Programs, which organizes outreach opportunities for visiting US experts, Embassy officers, and Hungarian alumni of US programs. Each year, the Embassy arranges presentations on topics ranging from the history of American music to the role of volunteerism in American communities. These visitors and Embassy officers regularly meet their counterparts and audiences at academic institutions, government offices, professional organizations, and artistic venues countrywide, including the Embassy-supported network of American Corners.
In Debrecen, Budapest, Veszprem, Pecs, and Szeged, American Corners are public spaces working in cooperation with the Cultural Affairs Office to introduce the United States, its culture and history, and American English. They offer programs for both children and adults. What is more, they supply information to those interested in studying in the United States.
Register today and watch the presentation tomorrow!