Westminster’s Center for Entrepreneurship presents the 2018 Lectures in Entrepreneurship series. All lectures are Wednesday evenings in March and April in the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business Auditorium. The lectures are free and open to the public.

The Lectures in Entrepreneurship series is a cross-listed MBA and undergraduate class that brings successful entrepreneurs from the community to campus to discuss critical issues relevant to business. The series is sponsored by Rocky Mountain Power.

This year’s series includes:

March 21: The Power of the Pitch

6:30 p.m.: Abby Speicher (Honors ’13), DARTDrones

8 p.m.: Marti Wymer, Spoonful of Comfort

 

March 28: The Art of the Exit

6:30 p.m.: Patrick Mullen (’10), Arctaris Impact Fund

8 p.m.: Chris Anderson (MBA ’09), Handstands

 

April 4: The Power of Diversification

6:30 p.m.: Clark Witworth, Larry H. Miller Group

8 p.m.: Duane Millard, Allied Sign & Awning

 

April 11: Creating Circles of Influence

6:30 p.m.: Geralyn Dreyfous, Impact Partners

8 p.m.: Katie Holland, Illuminate

 

April 18: Power of Language

6:30 p.m.: Lelani Craig, Comm Gap International Language Services

8 p.m.: Brian Sather, Blackhawk International

 

April 25: Social Entrepreneurship

6:30 p.m.: Wendy Bird, Pearls with a Purpose

8 p.m.: Shawn Peterson, Urban Lunch Box

 

Visit www.westminstercollege.edu/entrepreneurship for more information about Westminster’s Center for Entrepreneurship.