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Upstate Founders Playbook | Upstate Venture Connect


Serial entrepreneur will meet with 12 startups on upstate New York tech tour
SciTech Panel at LeMoyne College
Steve Raines - UNY50 Leadership Network
Become a UVC Community Connector
Ryan Miller @ 2015 Upstate Venture Ecosystem Awards
13th Annual Frank Fernandez Dinner at Le Moyne College
Ecovative Founder at Cornell
Syracuse CoWorks Members
The Thrive Project Team
Cybersecurity Webinar #5: General Advice and Pointers @ Webinar
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

In this session, we’ll review the themes of the prior seminars and how to prepare and protect your business for working in the cyber threat environment that is a reality today. What are the key things you should have in place to inform and guide your organization and what practices should you employ to effectively defend your company?
Topics that are covered include: Internal training, employee handbooks, effective access control, and periodic review of your practices (audits). We’ll talk about those and additional resources available to help you get there including the New York State 2020 Cybersecurity Assistance- Self Assessment Training Cohort and Grant.

Invest NY: Health & Wellbeing @ Online
Jan 28 all-day
Invest NY: Health & Wellbeing @ Online

Innovation in the healthcare sector in New York is exciting and extensive. Please join us to meet startups, CEOs, investors and industry experts at Invest NY: Health & Wellbeing. The event will be held on January 28 online. You’ll have the chance to
– Meet innovative startups
– Hear from active investors
– Learn from industry experts
– Build your personal network

The Path Forward: A Proactive Approach To Business Continuity Planning @ Webinar
Feb 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

If the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed one thing to manufacturers, it’s how unprepared most of us were for such an event. Companies producing everything from PPE and ventilators to anti-bacterial wipes and toilet paper were forced to react with little to no warning. The best lesson we can all take away from this is that, going forward, we should all take a much more proactive and strategic approach to running our businesses.