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GIST TechConnect Facebook Chat Brings Entrepreneur Pros to Your Fingertips

September 26, 2018

 

This October GIST TechConnect is coming straight to your smartphones, with the GIST TechConnect Facebook Chat series. The new series is featured in a Facebook event, that lets people type in their questions for an immediate response from a panel of expert entrepreneurs.

There is no need to find somewhere to stream a live video or find a high quality internet connection. All you need is enough bandwidth to log into Facebook from your phone or computer, and you’re connected to GIST TechConnect experts.

The GIST TechConnect Facebook Chat series in October is called “Supporting Cleantech and Energy Startups.”

The growth of renewable energy is having a seismic impact on the energy industry and our environment. Startups in cleantech and energy sectors are developing new technologies around sourcing and distributing energy in an environmentally sustainable way.

These breakthroughs have the potential to change the economic, social and environmental landscape of our planet. As a result, supporting those startups and providing the investment ecosystem to nurture their growth is essential to their success.

Join the GIST Network on October 23 at 11:00 a.m. EDT for the first GIST TechConnect Facebook Chat. This new program will allow participants closer access to expert panelist, allowing them to answer more specific questions in real time and engage at a much deeper level.

 

 

Why Participate:

  • Follow as a group of experts discuss the importance of investment in cleantech and energy startups
  • Ask the experts your questions about how to support cleantech and energy startups
  • Learn how investing in cleantech and energy startups can strengthen your local entrepreneurial community

 

To join this GIST TechConnect Facebook Chat series, follow this link to attend the discussion. You can submit your questions directly into the Facebook event or on Twitter, using #GISTTechConnect.

This program will be conducted in English.

 

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