IEEE Cyprus EN Networking Meeting with Dina Pasechnik: June 19, 6:30pm

You are invited to the new Networking Meeting of IEEE Cyprus Entrepreneurs Network (EN) that is going to be held on June 19, 2014, at 6:30 pm, room 010 of Building XOD02 at the New Campus of the University of Cyprus, Aglantzia.
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Event’s Program:
18:30-19:00: Networking game
19:00-19:15: Presentation of Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Program by Christos Nicolaides, Owner / Managing Director at DEKAPLUS Business Services LTD
19:15-19:45: Speech by Dina Pasechnik, Business Development Executive at Eltoma Corporate Services, under the subject: “Start Up business – what is required, where to start and how to register your first company”.
During this talk the basics on how to start a company (what choice you have on jurisdictions) will be explained, as well as how to open a bank account, how to apply for a patent or other IP protection and how sell a successful start-up to a prospective investor.
19:45-20:00: Q&A
20:00-20:20: Elena Georgiou Strouthos is going to speak about her experience as Co-founder & Managing Director at Cocoon Creations.
20:20-20:30: Q&A and closing

RSVP: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-cyprus-en-networking-meeting-with-dina-pasechnik-june-19-630pm-tickets-11880237109

For more information contact us at: cyprusen@ieee.org or +35796343176

The coffee that is going to be served after the closing of the event is a kind sponsorship of Starbucks store at The Mall of Cyprus.

We would also like to invite you to attend an event that is going to take place in the same room an hour before our event, during which CleanLaunchpad, Europe’s largest business idea competition is going to be presented (Read details here: http://bit.ly/1hNDmaxhttp://bit.ly/1kZNbT0).

IEEE Cyprus Entrepreneurs Network (EN) was established in January 2013 and is a volunteer effort that aims to trigger entrepreneurship in Cyprus and help people interested in it to get networked and find valuable team members in order to create technological start-ups. More specifically it intends to bring together IEEE members and other professionals (non-members who are working or who are educated in an IEEE designated field – which are all fields of Engineering, Computer Sciences and Information Technology, Physical Sciences, Biological and Medical Sciences, Mathematics, Technical Communications, Education, Management, Law and Policy) in order to cooperate with electrical or electronic engineers in Cyprus and abroad, so that they come up with an innovative product or service that can be exploited commercially.