The DEN organizes workshops, panel discussions, and conferences throughout the academic year for the Dartmouth community with the Tuck Entrepreneurship Club and the Entrepreneurship Initiative at Tuck.
DEN events are open to all Dartmouth, Tuck, Thayer, and Medical School students, faculty, staff, and alumni, and DEN friends, but registration is typically required.
Workshops and conferences are organized by the DEN, Tuck's Entrepreneurship Club, and the Entrepreneurship Initiative at Tuck with support and sponsorship from the Portman Fund/Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 2:30 - 4 pm
These 1:1 office hours offer a forum for discussions around reasons for pursuing patent protection, the process of securing patent protection and common pitfalls, with a focus on practical considerations for startups.
There are four 20 minute times slots available.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 4:30 - 6:00 pm
All Dartmouth students, faculty, staff, and alumni, along with DEN friends, are invited to join us for one or both of these events on Wed, 4/30, at Tuck. Both events are free, but registration is required. Here's how you register:Steps taken or not taken to secure patent protection at an
Intellectual property can be a significant asset of most startups, but especially a technology-based startup. Patents can provide a significant barrier to entry to competitors and demonstrate to investors that a company's ideas are being protected.
This workship will offer discussions on reasons for pursuing patent protection, the process of securing patent protection and common pitfalls, with a focus on practical considerations for startups, among other things...
This event is free to the Dartmouth community, but registration is required.
About Rob Jensen D'02, Th'02
Rob has 10 years of experience in the patent field. Current clients range from venture-backed startups and universities to large multinational corporations. Prior to entering the patent field, Rob earned a B.E. from Thayer School of Engineering and a MS from MIT in electrical engineering.
Prior to entering the patent field, Rob earned a BE from Thayer School of Engineering and a MS from MIT in electrical engineering.
Friday, September 5, 2014, 8 am - 5 pm
Dartmouth venture capitalists and tech executives from the Bay Area are hosting the Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum 2014 at the USF conference facilities in downtown an Francisco near AT&T Ballpark where the Giants play). This all day event will include two tracks of over a dozen Dartmouth start-ups presenting to Dartmouth VC’s and tech execs, along with main tent speakers of Dartmouth founders from successful tech companies. We are expecting an audience of over 200 alums affiliated with Dartmouth, including the College and and all its professional schoolsl. The Forum will have plenty of opportunity for visibility and feedback for all presenting Dartmouth companies, and there will be cash prizes for the earliest start-ups. And for all attendees, the Forum will offer unparalleled networking with other Dartmouth alums who are interested in tech.
Rules and more conference details to be confirmed this summer.