Erin Lewis, CFO at mTusker, will be speaking at the Boulder Public Library on Saturday, June 25, 2016 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM for a special discussion on Entrepreneurship for Teens.
This free event is open to any teen interested in learning about entrepreneurship! Throughout the day, attendees will hear stories from real life entrepreneurs about how they started their own business and how you could start your own! This will be an interactive, hands-on day facilitated by a successful entrepreneur. Participants will work in teams throughout the day to walk through the process of manufacturing a product, creating plans, learning about product differentiation and market strategy with changing market conditions, and how to set a price for a product or service. This program is sponsored my the Boulder Public library, the SBDC, and by mTusker.
About the Erin Lewis:
Erin Lewis holds a MS in Industrial Engineering and an Executive MBA. Being in a series of heavily male-dominated industries, Erin has often used additional formal or informal education to improve her skill-set but also to overcome the restrictions otherwise placed on promotions or new job opportunities because of age or gender. Erin was the youngest person and first woman to run a major railroad depot in the US, has worked on international business development deals worth over $500 Million for GE, and has been active in the startup community here in Colorado for the past 5 years. Currently Erin is COO and CFO of mTusker, a 2-year old international software start-up providing a CRM and ERP alternative to Small Businesses.