InnoCoffee 2013 II

InnoCoffee: A conversation with Kimberly Weisul, Editor-at-Large at the prestigious Inc. magazine

12 February 2013 | 18h30 AM to 19h30 PM | Science14 Atrium

The European Young Innovators Forum and the United States Mission to the European Union are looking forward to welcoming you to InnoCoffee: A conversation with Kimberly Weisul, Editor-at-Large at the prestigious Inc. magazine.

About the Speaker:

Kimberly Weisul  is an award-winning journalist, communicator, and all-around media pro. She is currently Editor-at-Large with Inc., where she mentors reporters, heads up various special projects, and wrangles columnists. She is also a co-founder and editor of One Thing New, the email newsletter for crazy-busy professional women. Before co-founding One Thing New and joining Inc., Kimberly was Senior Editor at BusinessWeek, where she was responsible for all coverage of small business and entrepreneurship. In that capacity, she was also the founding editor of BusinessWeek SmallBiz, a bi-monthly publication for and about entrepreneurs. Under her leadership, SmallBiz won the Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Startup Publication and Best Single Issue. The publication received a Silver Award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors for Best Startup Publication. Kimberly is a regular guest on MSNBC’s Your Business and a frequent public speaker. She graduated from Brown University with honors. 

Inc. Magazine has for more than 30 years been the premier print publication for innovators and entrepreneurs, globally. It is the publisher of the highly-regarded Inc. 5000 entrepreneurs list.

Kimberly will talk about the topics closest to her heart – Innovation, Women Entrepreneurship and SMEs. She will focus on the latest global trends and issues on these topics.

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Background:

EYIF’s InnoCoffee is a “meet the expert” event by invitation only, held in an intimate setting for up to 50 participants interacting with an eminent speaker on innovation and entrepreneurship-related topics. The events last about 2 hours, including one hour of discussion and Q&A and are followed by a networking session.