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CSULB Regional Technology Center to Host Business Mixer for Technology Entrepreneurs

Published: March 2, 2009

The CSULB Regional Technology Center (RTC) will host a business mixer for technology entrepreneurs, students, faculty and business leaders on Tuesday, March 3, from 4-6 p.m. in the CSULB Studebaker location at 1000 N. Studebaker Road in Long Beach. The informal event is free and open to the public.

An affiliate of the Business Technology Center of Los Angeles, the CSULB Regional Technology Center is a virtual business incubator/accelerator organization designed to work with the university community and external partners in business and government to support entrepreneurial innovation in the Long Beach area.

The RTC assists faculty, students and community entrepreneurs with start-up and early stage technology companies with a focus on growth and prosperity. Members of the center have access to expert mentoring, business contacts, events and educational opportunities. The RTC committees include business owners, CSULB faculty, representatives from finance, law and accounting firms, local government, entrepreneurial specialists and angel and VC investors.

Mentors will be available to discuss how their business expertise and valuable contacts can assist entrepreneurs with growth plans and company problems. In addition, advisory board members will be available to explain how the RTC can provide critical assistance for early stage technology companies.

For more information about the RTC’s March 3 business mixer, contact Robin Moore at 562/985-2478 or e-mail rtc@csulb.edu. For more information go to the RTC Web site.