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Boston: Startup Institute Summer Talent Expo

Come watch our Summer 2017 part-time & full-time graduates pitch their skills, ambition, and hustle on the evening of Thursday, August 10th at District Hall.

Together with our network of founders, partners, and technology experts you’ll have the opportunity to watch each student give a 60-second pitch about what they can uniquely contribute to your team and what they have to offer the larger innovation community in Boston.

This is a great event to:

  • Find new team members that will make a big impact at your company
  • Connect with other leaders in the innovation community
  • Get more involved in the Boston innovation scene

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SCHEDULE

The presentation will start promptly at 6:30pm. Please factor in extra time for registration and check-in upon arrival.

  • 6pm-6:30pm Registration
  • 6:30pm Event Presentation begins
  • 7pm-7:15pm Keynote Speaker – Stefania Mallet, Co-Founder & CEO, ezCater
  • 7:15pm-8:00pm Student Pitches
  • 8:00pm-10:00pm Networking & Refreshments
Watch our video to find out why employers love hiring our students. #SITalentExpo

Please email [email protected] with any questions about this event.

ABOUT OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Stefania Mallett, Co-Founder and CEO, ezCater

Stefania is a highly effective operating executive and strategist. She is co-founder and CEO of ezCater, a high-growth online marketplace for business catering that has secured $70 million in venture funding and stands at over 200 employees. Stefania was named a 2017 EY Entrepreneur of the Year and one of Hospitality Technology’s Top Women in Foodservice Tech. ezCater’s many awards include Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work, Frost & Sullivan’s Customer Excellence Award, Stevie’s American Business Award for Most Innovative Company of 2017, and Gold Winner in the SVUS Customer Sales and Service World Awards.

Stefania also co-founded two other firms: carving out a market and building a well-oiled machine for one (PreferredTime); and selling the other for 14X (InSite Marketing Technology, now NASDAQ: KANA). Earlier, as an executive director, Stefania helped a dozen for-profit and non-profit firms devise strategy, raise funding, and strengthen operations. Her non-profit affiliations include Artists for Humanity, More Than Words, Social Venture Partners Boston, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. Stefania has a BS and an MS from MIT.

External Event Date: 
Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 2:00pm