Imagine, Invent, Invest: Building for Innovation
Hear key players from different industry perspectives deconstruct Philadelphia’s booming innovation landscape, how the real estate industry has supported this activity and how to position our city and region for future growth:
Moderator: Brian Selander, Entrepreneur in Residence at SeventySix Capital, the venture capital firm that co-founded the Microsoft Reactor, shares what it takes to make it as an entrepreneur in Philadelphia and what investors are looking for.
Lindsey Scannapieco, Managing Partner, Scout, on the redevelopment of Bok Vocational Hub into an innovation “maker” space for creatives, small-businesses, non-profits and beyond.
Joe Reagan, Senior Vice President for Development from Wexford Science + Technology, on ucity Square’s evolution and plans for expansion as a hub of innovation. Home to the Science Center’s Quorum, Microsoft’s Reactor and soon to be home of Cambridge Innovation Center’s shared office and lab and Venture Café’.
Anne Papageorge, Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate Services, University of Pennsylvania, on the role of anchor institutions in creating innovation ecosystems, like the Pennovation Works ‘where ideas go to work’. Adjacent to the University campus, this 23-acre development provides facilities and amenities to bridge intellectual and entrepreneurial initiatives among University researchers, private sector innovators, and start-ups.
Stas Gayshan, Managing Director of the Cambridge Innovation Center on the CIC’s decision to locate at uCity in Philadelphia and the construction of CIC’s offices.
- 7:30 – Registration and Networking
- 8:30 – Program Begins
- 9:30 – Audience Q+A
- 10:00 – Adjourn
Special thanks to our event sponsors:
Interesting in sponsoring? Contact Laura Slustky: email@example.com
Continuing Education Credits Available On-Site: AICP: 3.0 Certification Management (CM) credits pending. ATTORNEYS: PENDING 1.5 Sub. CLE credits for separate charge of $50 per attorney, payable onsite by check or credit card to the Insurance Society of Philadelphia; no refunds/partial credit. ARCHITECTS: PENDING 2.75 AIA/CES (HSW/SD) Learning Units from AIA. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS: 3.0 PA CEU. REAL ESTATE BROKERS/SALES: PENDING 2.0 Real Estate CE credit hours pending through Temple University Real Estate Institute. PA ENGINEERS: 3.0 Professional Development Hours.