United States: Mintz Levin To Host Cleantech Open Northeast “2014 NYC Business Clinic: Go-To-Market Strategy”
Last Updated: July 16 2014

On Thursday, July 17, Mintz Levin will be hosting the Cleantech Open Northeast "2014 NYC Business Clinic: Go-to-Market Strategy." The event consists of a business clinic and mentoring session for current Cleantech Open semifinalists and alumni as well as a panel and networking session that will be open to the general public. Mintz Levin's Evan Bienstock will be moderating the evening panel, discussing go-to-market strategy, team building, and intellectual property.

During the event, semifinalists will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with industry leaders in go-to-market strategy, team building, intellectual property, and manufacturing. They will leverage these sessions to discuss various aspects of their go-to-market strategy. Mintz Levin's Brad Scheller and Joe DiCioccio will be hosting the session on intellectual property.

Through its one-of-a-kind annual business competition and mentorship program, the Cleantech Open has helped hundreds of clean technology startups bring their breakthrough ideas to fruition. Mintz Levin is excited to be a part of this effort.

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