Durance brings 10 years of leading, coaching and mentoring startup technology ventures and entrepreneurial support organizations to UNCW. She is currently president of MiQuest, a Michigan 501(c)(3) supporting early- and second-stage ventures across the state.
What can a small business do to create a valuable and engaging app without breaking the bank? On May 18th at the UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Senior Technical Architect and mobile app developer William Mansfield answered that question. Mansfield offers a three-pronged approach for small businesses developing apps.
The competition’s final event, held May 14 at UNCW’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), involved six teams of finalists from five area high schools: Topsail, John T. Hoggard, East Columbus, Duplin Early College and Coastal Christian.
Thursdays in June, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Learn more about business and technology through fun, informal sessions designed to simplify complex concepts. Experts will facilitate discussions on topics from big data and privacy to robotics.
Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Graduate Student Life for an evening of networking and learning about the services of the CIE. Food and drinks will be provided.